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A neighborhood coffee shop, Les Bruleries has a huge chain in Canada, with several outlets in the major cities. This particular branch located in the Saint-Roch neighborhood, is a favorite among locals, for hanging out with a bunch of friends. With a casual ambiance, the cafe successfully provides an environment, when you can work using their free WiFi, or simply laze around reading a book. Les Bruleries serves freshly ground coffee of different varieties, along with a nice menu of sandwiches and small-bites. Perfect for a laid-back break from routine, this cafe is definitely worth a visit, if you are in the area.
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.
La Galette Libanaise on Grande Allée Est enjoys an envious location. Offering delicious Lebanese wraps that include the traditional Lebanese pita bread with a wide range of fillings like chicken, spinach, thym, falafel and such, this little joint is easily one of the most popular take-out eateries in the city. The ingredients, like the pita, are always fresh and flavorsome, the dressings including traditional Middle Eastern favorites like baba ghanouj, akkawi, tzatziki and hummus making for a tasty yet healthy and wholesome meal.
Boulangerie Panetier Baluchon is a quaint bakery that probably bakes some of the best bread in the city. All of their products are organic, and sourced from their farms in Beauce, which also lies in the province of Quebec. Their breads are fresh and light, and one can also taste some sweet and savory pastries and desserts here. Try their almond cream and chocolate croissants without fail.
Eggsquis is a place for everyone. They have an extensive breakfast menu ranging from eggs, waffles, crepes and French toasts to yoghurt and beverages. Smoked salmon happens their breakfast specialities. Their lunch includes sandwiches and salads and some other lunch specialities. Its a place where little ones would finish their breakfast without any tantrums as they have a special kids menu. Eggsquis is a great place to start you day in Quebec City. Check website for details on menu.
La Perla Ristorante sits proudly in the neighborhood of Sillery in Quebec City. The menu here is crafted by chef Elio Cattiaux and everything on the menu will take one on a wholesome trip to Italy. The calmly lit ambience is very elegant and romantic. From the stylish wooden furniture to fine detailing of the interiors, everything makes La Perla stand out as a perfect place for a quiet Italian dinner.