Translation:I like it when we can eat lunch early.
Le dîner. Sometimes, you will also hear "lunch." :) The French "dîner" is "(le) souper in québécois—and also parts of Swiss and Belgian French and in regions of France. As one authority put it, eating-time terms are a "véritable casse-tête" (a real headache) for French people visiting Québec (and vice-versa for québécois going to France. The English "supper" comes from Middle English "super," which comes from Old French "soper" or "souper," and English "soup" also comes from this, because the evening meal was often soup. Bon appétit!