The Office québécois de la langue française (OQLF) said it may have been over-zealous in its attempt to promote French language in public places.
"The office will consider this restaurant's particular situation while taking into account exceptions relating to foreign specialties," said the OQLF in a release late Wednesday.
Massimo Lecas, owner of Buonanotte said he was contacted by the OQLF on Valentine's Day.
He said he was told the menu contains too much Italian.
And Quebec wonders why the rest of Canada is frustrated with them. A province that needs 'language police' is absolutely too arrogant for words. How is this acceptable in this day and age? Is this not prejudice?