Next to the port area where tour boats depart, this waterfront restaurant focuses on local seafood, including the specialty cod tongues in sea urchin butter. Menu highlights include lobster, snails, salmon tartare, snow crab, grilled ocean perch or catfish, mussels, shrimp and delicious maple wood-oven pizza. Home-style pies and cakes are made on the premises. The owner maintains a caged reserve of fresh lobsters on the sea bottom off the shores of Perce. An overhead walkway allows diners to view historic graffiti inscribed on the ceiling, in the late 1960s, by Québec separatist squatters who occupied this former fisherman's hut.