Sagamité Restaurant


La Sagamité opened its doors in 1999, and since then, we have been welcoming people from all over the world who wish to discover Aboriginal culture through gastronomy. The place is named after the dish that has fed the Nation for centuries: the sagamité soup, made up of the three sisters (corn, squash and beans). The restaurant is located in Old Wendake* near the Kabir-Kouba falls. In order to enjoy the view of the river and the sound of the waterfall, a magnificent terrace is located at the back of the restaurant.

The house specialty, Yatista (fire) commonly called the “ Gallows ”. was created to illustrate the importance that fire had for us. The native ancestors communicated with the Creator through the fire and the natives discussed, shared and enjoyed meals around it. This is why traditions, culture and gastronomy are a real experience at La Sagamité.

Proud of their reputation, the owners recently opened a second branch in Old Quebec. This other address offers the same unique food and atmosphere.

Directly around the Sagamité restaurant you will find the Notre-Dame-de-Lorette church, the Kabir Kouba waterfall, the Fresco of the Wendat people, the Onywahtehretsih square and two craft shops (Le Petit huron moc and Le huron).

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Catering, game speciality (potence)

Sagamité Restaurant

10, boulevard Bastien,
Wendake (Québec) G0A 4V0
68 ½, Rue Saint Louis
Québec (Québec) G1R 3Z3

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