The Sagamité opened its doors in 1999, and ever since then, people from all over the world have been invited to discover Indigenous culture through gastronomy. The place is named after the plate that has nourished the nation for centuries: the sagamité soup, consisting of corn, squash and beans. The restaurant is located in downtown Wendake.
The house specialty, Yatista (fire) commonly called the «Gallows». was created to illustrate the importance of fire to us. Our ancestors communicated with the Creator through fire, discussed, shared and enjoyed meals around. That is why traditions, culture and gastronomy are a real experience at the Sagamité.
Catering, game speciality (potence)