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Dinner menu for the Dominion train from 1946 Canadian Pacific Railway Company. Dining Car Service 1946

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 Painting by MARIUS HUBERT-ROBERT
The
Chateau Frontenac
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THE DOMINION
TABLE D'HOTE DINNERS
$1.00
Puree Mongol       or       Tomato Juice or Apple Juice
Grilled Pacific Coast Fish Baked Salmon with Dressing
Steamed Potatoes Hubbard Squash or Diced Beets Mashed Potatoes
Apple Pie Diplomat Pudding
Chilled Melon or Cantaloupe
Vitamin "B" White and Brown Bread Rolls (Hot or Cold)
$1.25
Celery Green Olives
Puree Mongol       or       Tomato Juice or Apple Juice
Baked Chicken Pie
Roast Ribs of Beef, Natural Spanish Omelet
Assorted Cold Cuts with Potato Salad
Steamed Potatoes Hubbard Squash or Diced Beets Mashed Potatoes
Apple Pie Diplomat Pudding
Chilled Melon or Cantaloupe Canadian Cheese with Crackers
Vitamin "B" White and Brown Bread Rolls (Hot or Cold)
•   The following beverages may be ordered for additional charge of Ave cents:
Tea Coffee Cocoa Milk Instant Postum
2 D.E., 1 D.W., V-18-46     3-4-7-8 s
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Celery,  2 0
A  la  Carte Suggestions
RELISHES
Queen Olives, 2 0 Tomato or Apple Juice,  15
SOUP,   (Cup)    15,   (Tureen)   25     (See  Table  d'Hote  Menu)
FISH,   50   (See  Table  d'Hote  Menu)
EGGS,  OMELETS,  ETC.
Boiled   (one)   15,   (two)   2 5 Fried   (one)   15,   (two)   2 5 Scrambled,   3 0
Shirred,   3 5 Poached  on   Toast   (one)   20,   (two)   3 5
Omelets:—Plain,   3 0        Asparagus,  Jelly,  Cheese or Parsley,   40
Boiled   Potatoes,   15
Sugar  Corn,   15
VEGETABLES
Wax Beans, 15
COLD DISHES
Mashed   Potatoes,   15
Green   Peas,   15
Canadian Sardines,  2 5 Roast Beef,   5 0
(with Potato Salad, 10c extra)
Chicken,   5 0
SALADS—WITH  FRENCH OR  MAYONNAISE  DRESSING
Combination,  40 Lettuce and  Tomato,   3 5
Chicken,   5 5
Fruit.  40
DESSERT
Pie, 15 Pudding, 20 Grapefruit (Half), 20
BREAD AND ROLLS, 10
CHEESE, 2 5
TEA, COFFEE, ETC.
Coffee, Cup,  10, Pot, 20, served with Hot Milk or Cream Instant Postum, 20 Tea, Pot, 2 0
Cocoa,  Pot,  20 Malted Milk,  20 Individual  Bottle Milk,   15
•  Half portions served at half price to children under 12 years of age if ordered on special meal
check. "No check issued for less than twenty-five cents per person."
T. M. McKeown, Manager, Sleeping, Dining and Parlor Cars, Montreal.
/W^Nv
STATION   LUNCH   ROOMS VANCOUVER,   CALGARY,   MOOSE   JAW  AND   WINNIPEG GOOD   MEALS,   LIGHT   REFRESHMENTS   AT   POPULAR   PRICES Chateau Frontenac
in Friendly Old Quebec
The majestic Chateau Frontenac, one of the show places of the world,
dominates the sky line of Quebec, the only walled city in North
America. This magnificent Canadian Pacific hostelry was the scene
of two Churchill-Roosevelt meetings to determine world strategy.
Commanding a delightful vista of the St. Lawrence River, the Chateau
Frontenac stands on the site of the ancient Chateau St. Louis, residence
of the early governors of New France. This famous hostelry, built in
the style of a sixteenth century French chateau, is the centre of the
social and recreational life of Quebec.
Plan a holiday in Old Quebec. Enjoy dining, dancing and gracious
living at the Chateau, at moderate cost. Explore the quaint, historic
city, shop for handicrafts and homespuns, ride in a caleche, golf on
the Royal Quebec course at Boischatel, fish in the Laurentide Park,
visit He d'Orleans, Montmorency Falls and the world-famous shrine
of Ste. Anne de Beaupre.
The attractions of the Chateau Frontenac for summer vacations are
only equalled by its winter sports. Ski in the nearby protected Lac
Beauport Snow Bowl or enjoy cross-country skiing at Valcartier,
within bus reach. The Chateau's Ski-Hawk School offers expert
instruction in the popular Parallel Technique. Then there's curling . . .
available to guests of the Chateau. Snow-shoeing, ski-joring and
skating.
For further information, reservations, etc., communicate with hotel
manager or your nearest Canadian Pacific representative. The Sleeping
Car Conductor will be pleased to wire ahead, without charge, to any of
the Company's hotels for your hotel reservations.
CANADIAN PACIFIC HOTELS
HOSTELRIES OF BEAUTY AND EFFICIENCY
Noted for Hospitality, Service and Cuisine at moderate rates.
Printed in Canada, 1946

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