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A beautiful French cafe, Buade is has a cozy atmosphere, which seems perfect for a laid-back meal with loved ones. Located at Rue Buade, it lies in the Vieux Quebec area. The cafe has warm interiors, which reflect in their dishes and recipes. The service extended is attentive, while the menu on offer is elaborate, with special dishes for breakfast, group dining and lunch. Among all the delicacies on their menu, the ones that impress the most are, Fondue parmesan, Veggie ciabatta, Croque-Monsieur and Sole meuniere. The cafe is kid-friendly and also provides a take-away service.
Located in the heart of rue petit-champlain, Le Lapin Sauté is a home away from home for its visitors. It is a 32 seater restaurant that extends to a 52 seater terrace. The food is like a home cooked meal but only more delicious. Le Lapin Sauté is famous for its delicious rabbit. But they also work magic with a variety of chicken, duck, lamb and salmon preparations. The ambience is absolutely adorable and it is suited for anyone who wishes to enjoy a warm and cozy lunch or dinner. They also serve breakfast on weekends and holidays, from 9a to 2p.
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.
Located in the Old Port, Initiale offers a unique culinary experience. The chef uses the purest and the rarest ingredients to create such innovative French cuisine as sweetbreads with pumpkin and caramelized onions. High ceilings, large windows and subtle lighting radiate calm. The popular eight-course grand menu is recommended, along with the roasted lamb and the veal. The food, the decor and the service will enchant you, as will the very good wine list.
Cochon Dingue is a cozy Parisian-inspired bistro that offers a laid-back setting to enjoy hearty breakfast specials. This Lebourgneuf outlet is part of a city-based chain and has served a neighborhood landmark for quite a few years. Find an exciting menu that features decadent French desserts, succulent steaks, fries and other standards. The friendly hosts and an inviting milieu sets an idyllic tone for a memorable meal at Dingue.
Ginger is for you, if you happen to be a meat and fish lover. They have a take-out sushi menu that is quite good, but for the full experience you need to have a meal at the restaurant and order their shrimp-scallop tartar or calamari, along with a filet mignon or sirloin steak. Their Nordic cod and tomato salsa is delicious, along with a good range of salads, pastas and pizzas as well. Service could be a little leisurely, but the staff is very friendly and polite. Hit the dance floor in the late evenings and do not miss their Divine Mondays and Mix It Thursdays.