Now the list below is a mix of high end and low end but simply a summary of our favorites. Those that we try to hit every visit to Quebec City.
Easily one of our favorites. The head chef, Chef Boulay is a legend. The trick is to go for lunch as it’s actually one of the best deals in town. For 25-35 dollars you get a three course meal that is consistently sheer perfection.
Quebec’s own five Michelin star restaurant. Expect quality from the food to the restaurant to the preparation. The service is impeccable.
Sadly it’s closing soon so hurry in while you can.
Chez Boulays more mainstream place has a northern taste to it. When we say north I mean far north. Boreal forest type of north
A higher end standard of Quebecois /French bistro food that is still family friendly. You must have the ribs!
Burgers burgers and well other stuff. Good juicy burgers! In our review you’ll see we tried things beyond burgers like the tartar that went well.
Traditional quebecois food brought into the 21st century and beyond. If you want to try local traditional cuisine this is the place to go.
The best brunch we’ve ever had in the world. You pay one price and can eat everything from sushi to Beef Wellington. Please leave room for dessert!
Le Petit Chateau
Located adjacent to the Chateau Frontenac Come for the fondue (dinner) and stay for the fondue (dessert)
Le Casse-crepe Breton
As the name implies, it’s crepes- good crepes that are very reasonably priced. Don’t let the line intimidate you- it moves quickly.
Not specific to one region in Asia, they have high end Asian meals and a great table de hote
A high end Italian place on rue Cartier. If you’re exploring this neck of the woods it’s a great hit. We actually met one guy here who comes every week.
La Galette Libanaise
It’s pitas. Yes pitas but the quality is out of this world. It’s fresh ingredients and has a line out the door.