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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.
Le Cochon Dingue represents a complete French bistro. A place for good food and drinks, this place is woven into the common thread of French influence on Quebec. Their menu ranges from pork to duck, and chicken to sea-food, they have it all. The interiors of this eatery ooze a feeling of home. It is a place for families to enjoy good French food. While at the restaurant, do not forget to have their very popular Sugar Pie!
Both locals and visitors throng this delightful French restaurant for an early wholesome breakfast. One of those places that believe in having an early start to the day, it opens its doors to hungry patrons at 6a in the morning. While their homemade strawberry jam and meat pie are a breakfast favorite, dishes like pea soup and veal liver rule the charts during lunch and dinner. A classic French fare, served in a cozy setting.
This cafe and bed & breakfast are named after the Canadian painter Cornelius Krieghoff, who became known for his paintings of native inhabitant Canadians and landscapes. Located on the avenue Cartier, this establishment is a short distance from the Plains of Abraham and the Musée du Québec. It is also among the oldest entities in Quebec City. It serves great breakfasts and simple meals, while the exquisite, homemade desserts are a specialty. With its picturesque location in one of the oldest parts of the city, this cafe makes the perfect getaway for a romantic date as well as family outings.
Satisfying and surpassing any and all crepe cravings, Au Petit Coin Breton is known for its succulent crepes filled with cheese, asparagus, mushrooms, seafood and more. Large salads and appetizers, like Parmesan fondue and shrimp cocktail, are also on the menu. For dessert, try crepes stuffed with pears, chocolate, whipped cream, strawberries, and other treats. To add to its typical Breton atmosphere, waitresses wear the traditional blue dress, white apron, and headdress.
Located in the historic neighborhood of Old Quebec, this little joint serves some of the best crêpe preparations for breakfast, lunch and dinner! Sweet and savory, these creations come with a range of innovative fillings like roast beef, Swiss cheese, berries and many more. You can even choose your own fillings and get a little creative. Apart from these very value-for-money dishes, Casse-Crêpe Breton offers fantastic beverages including a small selection of wines and beers. Open from 7a onwards everyday, Casse-Crêpe Breton is a must-try if French pancakes are your thing!
Open from 7a on weekdays, this expansive restaurant in Grande-Allee is a breakfast staple for the locals. The fairly large menu offers an extensive choice of French and Italian breakfast favorites. Patrons prefer to sit out at the spacious patio to soak in the morning sun or simply grab a take away on their way to work. As the day progresses, the restaurant gets busier, with the afternoon lunch crowd descending for their delicious salads, crab cakes, pizzas and more. Come evening, the place gets livelier, with the after-work crowd dropping-by for drinks and a good time. Dinner menu offers everything from pastas and grilled specialties to seafood favorites and more. There's a separate menu for the kids as well. The dining room is beautifully decorated with contemporary accents and offers a perfect ambiance for a lively dinner and conversation. Check website for more.