1948-Au lutin qui bouffe, 753 St. Gregoire Street. Montreal, Canada À l'endos de la carte il est mentionné "The restaurant famous for its "little piglet" its fine foods and charcoal broiled specialties - Unique atmsphere - Air conditioned"
1948-Au lutin qui bouffe À l'endos de la carte il est mentionné "Choice wines -continuous musical program, organ and piano open 5 P.M. to 12 P.M."
1948-Low ceiling Normandie atmosphere at the Au lutin qui bouffe, Montreal. Quebec
1948-Mr. McAbbie Le patron with his famous piglet Au lutin qui bouffe, Montreal, Quebec
1948-Main dining-room, Au lutin qui bouffe, Montreal, Quebec
1948- Mr. McAbbie. Le patron at his oldstyle charcoal-broiler. Au lutin qui bouffe Montreal Quebec
1948-Charcoal broiler, Au lutin qui bouffe, Montreal Quebec
1948-Entrance hall, Au lutin qui bouffe, Montreal, Quebec On reconnaîtra d'ailleurs sur la première rangée en 3 ième position Antoine de Saint-Exupéry qui en mai 1942 a séjourné à Montréal à la demande de son éditeur Canadien Bernard Valiquette (recherche Delphine Lacroix).
1948-The art gallery at the entrance of Au lutin qui bouffe, Montreal, Quebec Monsieur Mc Abbie encourageait les artistes à exposer leurs œuvres dans le restaurant.
1948- The foyer dining-room, Au lutin qui bouffe, Montreal, Quebec
1948-Au lutin qui bouffe
1948- Au lutin qui bouffe, Montreal En l'endos de la carte il est écrit. "One of Montreal's most famous restaurant is Au lutin qui bouffe (At the little imp who stuff himself). When entering, you are invited by "Le patron" Mr. McAbbie in his Chef's attire to step into the kitchen to select your food which is displayed along the huge charcoal broiler. Such delicacies as Filet Mignon, steaks, Fried chicken and lobster carmelite, are but a few of the delicious dishes which, with some of the finest vintage wine out of "La cave de la maison" have made this the gourmet's paradise. Dinner is servedto the strain of organ and piano music in a low ceilinged and softly lighted air conditionned room. The furniture is italian 16th century created by "Le patron" A collection of paintings by members of the Royal Canadian academy adorn the walls conveying an atmosphere of fine arts. The most unusal and bizarre attraction is a curlycue little piglet which climbs on your lap and "oink-oinks" its way into your heart. A camera suddenly clicks and you are delighted with a photo souvenir of your charming evening
1948- Novelty counter, Au lutin qui bouffe, Montreal, Québec