The original wooden structure which stood on this site was built in 1650 then purchased by Claude Chasle in 1669. Destroyed in the great fire of 1682, Claude Chasle immediately rebuilt his home, this time out of stone. The building has seen many owners and housed many different businesses since then. The most famous owner was Louis-Alexandre Taschereau who was Premiere of the Province of Quebec from 1920-1936. Between 1928 and 1962 the ground floor housed a barber shop with his living quarters on the upper floors. Then the years 1962-1982 saw a printer and his presses occupy the building. Now it is the stoves, ours ovens but most of all your presence that keeps the spirit of what is now known as Chasle house alive.
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" If I could give 10 stars, I would! The service was absolutely EXCEPTIONAL! We were received like royalty. The atmosphere is warm and the food really excellent. Only positive comments for this restaurant. We can't wait to go back! "- Nadia Pettigrew
" Very good service. Good quality and tasty food. A very warm terrace. A place to visit! "- Alexandrine Collette
" Excellent food. Courteous and efficient service. "- Katleen Rousseau