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Paillard Le Café-Boulangerie cafe and bakery on Saint-Jean Street also offers ice creams apart from the freshly baked products. The European ambiance within, complete with huge wooden tables, is juxtaposed with electronic menus displaying the various items available. Choose from amongst sandwiches, croissants, salads and more. So what are you waiting for? Go ahead and grab your grub!
With a bistro style menu that combines Nordic flavors and rich ingredients, Chez Boulay pays a culinary tribute to Canadian cuisine. Local produce is used here to produce gourmet delights of international standards. Various ingredients like Bison, elderflower, canola oil, mackerel and elk feature across the menu. While mains like bison cheeks and confit wildfowl leg can be extremely heavy and decadent, light desserts like Creme Brulee help to maintain that perfect balance.
A classy gastropub, La Planque is located in the Old Limoilou area of Quebec City. With a chic and contemporary ambiance, the restaurant successfully impresses in the first look. The staff is courteous, and humbly accepts all your requests. With a menu that focuses on French cuisine, they have some delicious dishes like Thon albacore, Huîtres canadiennes, Cochon bio de Damien and Poulet des Voltigeurs. A range of fine wines and beverages are also available to accompany the order of your choice. In the list of desserts, the Fromage québécois and Carré aux dattes are a must try. Call ahead for reservations or visit their website to know more.
A beautiful restaurant, Mezze Taverna Grecque is known to serve an eclectic range of Greek delicacies. Located in Vieux Quebec, it is often filled with locals and tourists in the area. The place offers a cozy ambiance, along with a warm service, which will make you at home. The food is fresh, delicious, and has its Greek flavors intact. Perfect for a casual meal, this restaurant will give you a memorable dining experience. Reservations are highly recommended, as the place is small, and tends to get filled fast.
Tucked away in a corner of Old Quebec, this charming, old cafe has been around for ages. Offering a simple and wholesome menu of European favorites that involves delicious preparations of duck, chicken and other meats, the place was established in 1974. This hidden gem serves some of the best coffee in the neighborhood, drop in for a taste of the quintessential home-cooked meal; dont forget to try a delicious pie and finish with a refreshing coffee, you'll surely be coming for more!
Located a near Château Frontenac, Le Petit Château is a charming crêperie in Old Quebec. Serving a great range of fillings inside tender and savory French-style pancakes, the restaurant is a favorite for breakfast as well as supper! Housed within a vintage stone-n-brick building, Le Petit Château features a pretty terrace that is usually full of lively guests and lovely musical entertainment. Try their signature fondues or try the fowls, everything on the menu is delicious. Brunch is highly recommended; drop in with a hearty appetite!