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A pride of the Saint-Roch neighborhood, Le Clocher Penché is a charming bistro that serves a brilliant contemporary European fare. The daily-changing menu comprises of French classics prepared with innovative, modern flair, using locally sourced, artisanal ingredients. Everything offered on the menu here is exquisite and the service, friendly and warm; yet this beautiful place eliminates the unwanted pretensions that one usually associates with such establishments. Worth trying here is the prixe fix brunch, something of a super power of Le Clocher Penché; drop in for a truly wonderful meal.
Started in 1984, Restaurant L'Echaudé was a dream conceived by five travelling friends who had a passion for food. From inspirations which they gathered from Paris and New York, Restaurant L'Echaudé was born. The theme of the restaurant is, fine dining experience at an affordable price. The menu here is seasonal and local organic ingredients form the base of every dish. Their wines are also sourced from selective vineyards only. Good food, classy atmosphere and meticulous service all sum up as a reason for their loyal customer base. The bistro is open 7 days a week, brunch starts at 10:00a on weekends, lunch starts at 11:30a from Monday to Friday and dinner starts at 5:30p. They offer a 21 percent discount on their menu after 9:00p.
Quebec City is chock full of great French restaurants, Café le Saint Malo near the Old Port district has carved a niche for itself as one of the most popular restaurants in the city. Offering a brilliant menu of French favorites, this charming little place is known for dishes like duck confit, cassoulet, escargot among other delicious miracles that are conjured up in this kitchen. Rare wines, imported from Europe, are also on offer to provide the perfect accompaniment to your splendid meal. Finish with a cheesecake or dessert of your choice and mark the end of your meal on a high note.
Located in the beautiful Place Royale, Le Café du Monde is an inviting bistro facing the docks. Both customers and staff seem to be in a constant state of good cheer, perhaps the result of the warm atmosphere and food. This cafe serves excellent French cuisine. Let's not forget the exquisite creme brûlée and the cheesecake, the inevitable happy ending of a meal at Café du Monde.
Located in the Best Western Aristocrate Hotel in Sainte-Foy, this restaurant is lit by large picture windows. Even if very elegant and classy, the ambiance is relaxed, and the service impeccable. Salmon is one of the house specialties, served poached, or roasted. Tables d'hôte can be constructed from any main course to suit most palates. There are separate breakfast, lunch and dinner menus available, along with a good wine list.