Restaurants in Quebec

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Never tasted poutine before? This is the place to get acquainted with the concoction. A local chain, Ashton has 24 locations around the city, including... Read More

A hidden gem in the Saint-Jean-Baptiste neighborhood, Au Pain Grüel makes its breads using a wide variety of organic flours—wheat, rye, spelt and many... Read More

At this classic crêperie, locals line up for piping-hot cider. Read More

This lively restaurant, manned by chef Martin Picard, has earned a cultlike following both within the city and abroad for its obsessive (and inventive)... Read More

This quaint restaurant is found in the province’s oldest house, built in 1675 and located in the heart of the Old City. Although the restaurant caters... Read More

Aux Anciens Canadiens is located in one of the grandest houses in old Quebec—it was first built in 1675 as Maison Jacquet. The restaurant is full of... Read More

A literal hole-in-the-wall hidden in a small street of the Old City, Bar Sainte-Angèle is a cozy pub where locals and visitors mix to chat, drink, and... Read More

An actual “hole-in-the-wall” hidden in a small street of the Old City, Bar Sainte-Angèle is a cozy pub where locals and visitors mix to chat, drink, and... Read More

Bati Bassak’s enduring popularity doesn’t lie: locals return again and again to revel in the restaurant’s authentic Thai and Cambodian culinary fare,... Read More

Bistro Bienville opened in 2006 on a tucked-away, tree-lined residential street that’s a five-minute walk from St. Denis. The restaurant's dining... Read More

L’Atelier is one of a handful of Grande-Allée restaurants that is not only popular with tourists, but locals as well. We go for the impressive cocktail... Read More

L’Atelier is one of a handful of Grande-Allée restaurants that is not only popular with tourists, but locals as well. We go for the impressive cocktail... Read More

You will recognize Abu Elias, a large Lebanese takeaway grill and grocery, not by the name painted on the window but by its always-crowded corner... Read More

Boudoir Lounge is the St.-Roch district’s see-and-be-seen joint for New French cuisine, cocktails, and a late-night music scene. Marked by a black... Read More

If the aroma alone of coffee can lift your spirits up, Brûlerie de Café de Québec will be your paradise. They roast coffee beans in small batches daily... Read More

Sprawled over three tiny stories, this coffee shop attracts a diverse crowd who comes to enjoy reliably good coffee, inexpensive but filling sandwiches,... Read More

Stop for a latte and ham and cheese omelette at this café in a converted train station on the rail path. Read More

This large Old Port restaurant on the second floor of the cruise terminal boasts the neighborhood’s best view over the river. With the casual and rowdy... Read More

This café has long had a reputation as a den of intellectuals, perhaps because of its location in the heart of the Montcalm arts district. Regulars do... Read More

Ask for a table on the shaded patio and order a bowl of vegetarian chili and a hearty sandwich. Read More

The casual café of award-winning Auberge Saint-Antoine is a lounge situated in the hotel’s beautiful main hall. Leather wing chairs, plush sofas,... Read More

Set in Montreal’s Little Italy, home to a large Italian population since the 19th-century, Caffe San Simeon has been making espresso, lattes, and... Read More

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