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“Best French onion soup”
Review of Oncle Antoine Pub

Oncle Antoine Pub
Ranked #56 of 1,580 Restaurants in Quebec City
Certificate of Excellence
Cuisines: Fast food
Dining options: After-hours
Restaurant details
Dining options: After-hours
Reviewed 23 July 2018

Loved this pub for a quick soup and sandwich. The tuna was on a Montreal style bagel with onion and tomatoes. So good. The onion soup is made with beer so it is not as rich as a traditional wine based. And not salty either which is always a concern

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Reviewed 10 July 2018 via mobile

There were only a few other customers including us at the time of ordering. We waited a half hour for drinks, including water... it was 30 degrees outside and we were thristy. The water was room temp with no ice, even though ice was specifically asked for. The drink orders got mixed up. The wings are sauceless and the pizza is dry and overcooked... what you have in your freezer at home would be much better. I hope you like Lays potato chips because it comes as a side with everything.
Dont waste you time here!

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Reviewed 9 July 2018

Meandered our way through Old Town to find this hidden gem. Well worth it. Great for grabbing a drink and sandwich as it's located in one of the oldest homes in Quebec City. Croque Monsier was decent as well as the smoke meat sandwich. The euroopean hot dog was decent and had a spice to it. Very casual dining and limited menu but worth a visit.

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Thank Grace827
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Reviewed 5 July 2018

This was a great Pub for lunch. It claims to be Quebec's oldest bar; It is in a building built hundreds of years ago in the old part of town near the waterfront on Rue Saint-Pierre in the lower town. It was mid-afternoon and we sat at a table outside and enjoyed a local brew and a leisurely lunch. It was busy, but the service was excellent. I was a little concerned that when the waiter checked on us the first time, and we weren't ready, that we might not see him again for awhile; but, that was not the case. We each had a St Ambrose Red and we both had the onion soup for starters. The soup was "outstanding!" Then, my wife had the wings & I had the Croque Monsieur. We both enjoyed our lunch very much. The Croque Monsieur came with a small salad and was better than the last two I had had in Paris!!! L'Oncle Antoine will certainly be high on our list for any future visits.

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Thank Thomas M
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Reviewed 25 June 2018

During our recent Quebec excursion we encountered a very unseasonably cold and dreary day while touring the old city. After dodging rain drops while checking out the shops and galleries we stopped in the Oncle Antoine's to warm our bones. The French onion soup was delicious, cheesy, flavorful and filling. When paired with a Croque Monsieur and some stout it was a perfect lunch. The prices are reasonable and the service is friendly. Cheers!

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