An 1822 maritime warehouse along the St. Lawrence River is the setting of Chez Muffy, which takes classic French and Quebecois cuisine and gives it its own modern twist. Vegetables are a big part of the menu—most ingredients come from the restaurant’s own farm nearby and show up in dishes like baby turnips with fried bread crumbs, white fish roe, and purple basil, or eggplant cannelloni with goat cheese ricotta and smoked tomato foam.

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