I love small places with good food and character . We stopped for breakfast. Cannot be on a hurry. But that is part of what i liked. I would definitely go again this trip.
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Off the mainstream, and more local in character. Order the "raclette." It's good and completely different from anything I've ever had. This is not a fancy place.
Stepped in for dinner at this quaint restaurant. It had a charming interior and the owner/chef is very generous and welcoming. We tried the wapiti and it was well cooked. Perhaps ever so slightly over cooked, but on the whole had a very satisfactory meal....More
This small, very French-style restaurant is the favorite haunt of Louise Penny's fictional detective, Inspector Gamache. My wife and I very much enjoyed our dinner here, but be aware that If you are English-only, you may struggle here: the solo waiter when we were there...More
Having read the reviews, we so wanted this to be a great place. Unfortunately it was a disappointment. Over the 5 days we were in Quebec we got into the habit of stopping mid-morning or mid-afternoon (or both) for a hot chocolate & treat. Of...More
I came in here on a Sunday evening for something sweet and was not disappointed. I had some tea and a really nice maple tart which was delicious. Friendly staff and great food. Wish I'd had dinner because it looked great.
What a find! A quaint cafe on Ste Ursule just off St Jean. We stopped for lunch and enjoyed it so much we came back a few days later for breakfast. The croque monsieur also featured tomatoes, onions, and mushrooms. It was great. The salmon...More
Wait staff was cordial. Atmosphere was quaint. We ordered the raclette. It was the first time, so not sure what I expected. Could have used more instruction. There was lots of meat. Very filling. Would pass on the desserts.