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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Restaurant Vauvert Restaurant Review: Vauvert is a French château thought to be inhabited by the devil. The ambience is built upon the legend which says that in a deal with the devil, Quebec fur traders (known as coureurs de bois) exchanged their souls for the chance to be transported from an isolated lumber camp to a "réveillon"---an extraordinary banquet---in Montreal. The devil delivered them in a flying canoe, seen represented in the angled black ceiling and tree stumps throughout the room. The menu delivers on the promises made---you'll gladly sell your soul as well for a chance to enjoy the creations such as scallops on cauliflower purée with horseradish cream, and then maybe the ostrich served on an apple-celeriac-lemon-hazelnut crumble with red wine glaze and fried parsnip and baby Swiss chard. At the small but very appealing bar, take in some Quebec microbrews, such as Maudit, with flavors and labels that tell of the unique and dark history. Or opt for a bottle of wine from the well-chosen list of old-world and new selections. Finish with a cheesecake flan---positively sinful.