Restaurants in Quebec

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If you think you love the New York bagel, your loyalty might be tested by Montreal’s small, dense, and sweet version of the boiled classic. The... Read More

One part restaurant, one part late-night bar, Garde Manger offers innovative seafood and a seat at the hottest party in town. Set in a historic Vieux... Read More

Hand-rolled gnocchi made with no potato, only ricotta, and Grana Padano cheeses, and osso buco with red wine risotto are chef Graziella Batista's... Read More

Quebec City’s only authentic ramen joint is run by two Japanese brothers (who also own an excellent sushi restaurant in Limoilou). Passing through the... Read More

Quebec City’s only authentic ramen joint is run by two Japanese brothers (who also own an excellent sushi restaurant in Limoilou) Passing through the... Read More

Our winters may give our wine producers a hard time, but they also allow us to create our specialty: ice wine. Ice wine is a type of dessert wine... Read More

A low-key member of the local fine dining scene, Initiale is a member of the prestigious Relais & Châteaux association. The chef, originally from... Read More

Chef-owners Frédéric Morin and David McMillan are the mavericks behind Joe Beef, a delightfully disheveled counterpoint to the city&rsquo... Read More

Located in the city's Mile End district, Jun-I serves fresh fish and inventive Japanese-style dishes from namesake chef Junichi Ikematsu. The menu... Read More

Opened in 1995, this sushi bar specializes in using imported fish from Japanese and other world markets. So fresh it's sometimes delivered still alive,... Read More

Just steps from the Jean-Talon farmers’ market, diners sit at a counter and watch chef-owners Mathieu Cloutier and Jean-Philippe St.-Denis cook up... Read More

A bring-your-own-wine restaurant, L’Atelier combines market produce with comfort food by chefs Patrick Garneau and Benjamin Fortier. The Mile End... Read More

Situated on an ancient cobblestoned street in the Old Port district, this casual French bistro is often packed with locals throughout the day. Inside,... Read More

L’Inox, which opened over 25 years ago, is one of the city’s oldest microbreweries. Located on touristy Grande-Allée, it manages to keep a casual... Read More

A block away from Place Royale, the city’s historic settlement, L’Oncle Antoine’s unique character invites a mixed clientele of both locals and visitors... Read More

The Poutine (fries with gravy and cheese) come in 25 varieties starting at $4.00. Read More

Off the beaten path on an outlying street of Saint-Roch, La Barberie is a laid-back spot visited by a diverse crowd, including hipsters, bar flies, and... Read More

This bakery is a favorite of local workers who line up at lunchtime to get a ficelle, an individual slender baguette garnished with classic or creative... Read More

A cheerful after-work crowd heads to this trendy wine bar for locally brewed McKeown cider and tasty bar snacks like grilled calamari and olives... Read More

This cafeteria-style lunch spot at the Old Port’s public market (Marché du Vieux-Port) serves dishes under $10 that are made with local ingredients... Read More

A newcomer in the arts district of Montcalm, La Fabrique makes “gastronomic poutines” its mission. The most popular variations feature confied duck, the... Read More

La Korrigane is a brewery that produces its beers in very small quantities and serves them exclusively in its lively pub. In addition to traditional... Read More

La Korrigane is a brewery that produces its beers in very small quantities and serves them exclusively in its lively pub. In addition to traditional... Read More

Set on one of the sweetest little streets in the city, next to a row of London-style terrace houses and across from an old-school convenience store, the... Read More

Just off the tourist path in the Lower Town, this unassuming restaurant is led by a young chef who crafted a menu inspired by Vietnamese, Thai, and... Read More

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