Domaine de l'Oie Toquée

Saint-Agapit • Lotbinière
Domaine de l'Oie Toquée
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Domaine de l'Oie Toquée

Contact details

234, route 116 Est
Saint-Agapit Québec, G0S 1Z0
List of itineraries

418 261-2226


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  • Number of interior places : 46

  • Type of cuisine :

    • Gastronomy and fine cuisine

  • Meals offered

    • Breakfast

    • Dinner

    • Lunch

  • Bring your own wine

  • Accommodation available

  • Banquet Service

In a few words

Country-style menu, highlighting our organically raised meat: veal, lamb, grain-fed chicken, duck, Guinea fowl, rabbit and goose.
Groups (10 to 34 persons) and single table reservations Friday and Saturdays.
Bring your own wine.
Catering, home chef or michoui services and cooking lessons.
Gaston Couillard - your host.

For Real!

Gaston Couillard, Domaine de l'Oie Toquée

Certifications et distinctions

  • Terroir et saveurs du Québec
  • Bienvenue cyclistes !™
  • Aliments du Québec au menu

    Articles (1)


    Curious Nature - En vedette [HIDDEN TREASURES] Jeff On The Road Discovers Lotbinière's Hidden Treasures

    Located just 20 minutes from Quebec City, the Lotbinière region, bordered by the majestic shores of the St. Lawrence River, offers a unique combination of rural charm and modern attractions. It's a destination seduced by both its natural beauty and its cultural heritage. These include historic gems such as the Domaine Joly-De Lotbinière, an exceptional site I've visited in the past, and one of the most beautiful gardens on the continent. During my most recent visit to the area, I had the opportunity to wander the picturesque country roads in search of must-sees for gourmets and relaxation seekers alike. Let's set off together to discover the hidden treasures of the Lotbinière region. By the end of this article, I'm sure you'll know all about this part of the Chaudière-Appalaches region!

    Arrêts Gourmands

    Gourmet stops

    Arrêts Gourmands The know-how of our gourmet stops - Domaine de L’Oie Toquée: from the land to the table

    Since 2003, in Saint-Agapit, chef-owner Gaston Couillard has invited you to his estate and concocts delicious dishes made from products from his farm. "I had horses boarding in Quebec and Beauce, and I was looking for a piece of land for them. I also thought more and more about reconciling work and family, "says the former co-owner of the renowned restaurant Le Galopin and ex-chef of Château Bonne Entente.

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