Province of Quebec Restaurants

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Province of Quebec Restaurants

  • Schwartz's

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Montreal Restaurants

    Pouting, smoked meat sandwiches are on two huge menu boards in English and French. Cash only and people line up in front. Take out next door was pretty busy too. Best pouting I've had. Smoked meat sandwich was sweet and so soft and good. Communal tables, fast and friendly service.

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  • Aux Anciens Canadiens

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Quebec Restaurants

    The house this restaurant is in, Maison Jaquet, is the oldest house in Quebec City and dates to 1675. Before that, the property belonged to the Ursuline convent behind it. In the early 19th century, author Philippe-Aubert de Gaspé who wrote "Les Anciens Canadiens" (thus, the name of the restaurant) lived here. The house has been a restaurant since...

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  • Jardin Nelson

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Montreal Restaurants

    We enjoyed our crepes and fondue in a charming garden under over sized umbrellas with live Jazz in the heart of Old Montreal, Crepes, sangria's, salads and fondue were delicious, exceptional service, good music, people watching and an impressive variety of plants were special. The restaurant is seasonal and not opened in the freezing weather. The...

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  • Le Cochon Dingue

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Quebec Restaurants

    When I checked out of the bookstore with my travel guide of Quebec City, the cashier told me to make sure I went to the restaurant with the big pig on the sign. She couldn't remember the French name, but she definitely remembered the food! Shortly after my arrival in Quebec City, I stumbled upon the restaurant with the pig sign: Le Cochon Dingue...

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  • Ben's Deli - CLOSED

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Montreal Restaurants

    I like Bens for the atmosphere that hasn't changed there in ages. You might find some regulars sleeping on "their" table, waiters chatting about the "meaning of life" with "their" customers. It's quite an experience. Just walk around to see all the people that have sit in the restaurant...you're now part of the legend. Something also good at Ben's...

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  • Casse-Crepe Breton

    4 out of 5 stars

    Quebec Restaurants

    In case you're in the need for crepes à la Francaise, you should check out this place. Casse-Crêpe Breton offers a large selection of Breton-style crepes and this the whole day long! The food is good, service is alright. I had a sweet crepe which was so thickly covered with jam I could hardly swallow it... maybe I was too full already!?

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  • Chez Cora

    4 out of 5 stars

    Montreal Restaurants

    We went to Chez Cora for breakfast and it was so good we went back again the next day. There are multiple locations around Montreal. They have a large and varied menu, with everything from crepes, to waffles, eggs, crepe omlettes and panini's, granola, etc..in other words, something for everyone! There was so many delicious options I could go back...

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  • Chez Ashton

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Quebec Restaurants

    Ok, this is not exactly high cuisine but I hear so much misinformation about our "national dish". Yes poutine was invented in Quebec City and it is a combination of French fries, gravy and cheese curds. It may sound fattening and it is but most people will find it ..well tasty. To get the real poutine experience, there is only one place you should...

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  • Le Jardin de Panos

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Montreal Restaurants

    Jardin de Panos is a wonderful Greek restaurant located in the Plateau neighborhood. We were greeted warmly by the hostess and offered a choice of seating: inside or out in the open-air courtyard. Since it was a nice day, we chose the courtyard, with its lush setting of plants, vibrant flowers, and trees offering partial shade. The menu was in...

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  • Portofino Bistro Italiano

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Quebec Restaurants

    During a road trip, we stopped by Old Quebec to stay a few nights. That is how we got to tried this excellent restaurant. We actually walked from the hotel to the restaurant and took some time to appreciate the Old Quebec. I have to admit that finding a parking in this area looks pretty hard, I would recommend to park your car a bit further and...

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  • St. Viateur's Bagels

    4 out of 5 stars

    Montreal Restaurants

    St. Viateur's looks like a mini factory the second you walk in. There's a guy with an impossibly long paddle lined with bagels that he's either putting into a large kiln-like looking oven, or taking out of the oven and dumping them into a big wooden trough. They have a few token varieties such as plain, seseme and poppy seed (the classics!) and if...

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  • Au Petit Coin Breton

    4 out of 5 stars

    Quebec Restaurants

    This restaurant in located on one of the bustling tourist streets in Old Quebec but once you enter, you lose sight of that fact. The waitresses dress the part and the food also sets itself apart of the usual wanna-be restaurants that you tend to find in tourist traps. Crepes...of all kinds are the main dish there and they cook them to perfection....

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  • Hard Rock Cafe - CLOSED

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Montreal Restaurants

    It's my quest to seek out an HRC whenever I'm on travel. I collect pins and sometimes I might buy a shirt. The menus an HRC are almost exactly the same all over the world. I find that amazing. It's great food but when you're on travel, eating American food is not something I prefer. Some HRC's are more like a club atmosphere with a DJ and dance...

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  • Buffet de l'Antiquaire

    4 out of 5 stars

    Quebec Restaurants

    Buffet Antiquaire is not a buffet restaurant, first of all. Second of all, it looks like a somewhat run down diner but don't let that put you off. Thirdly, The street contains many antique shops which is where the restaurant gets its name.. There is a lot of traditional food on the menu in addition to a good all day breakfast as well. A lot of...

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  • Basha

    4 out of 5 stars

    Montreal Restaurants

    i beleive this is yet the best lebanese restaurant that i ever had the pleasure trying it's food the shawarma and the shish taouk are juicy and fresh it's salade bar is wonderfull and the restaurant decor is unique shawarma and shish taouk combo the best in town

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  • Le Lapin Saute

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Quebec Restaurants

    There are many, many great restaurants in the Petit Champlain area, but my personal favourite is Le Lapin Saute. First, I really like the atmosphere: Le Lapin Saute is located in a small and cosy historic home at the heart of the Petit Champlain shopping district. As soon as you step in, you get the feeling that you've gone back in time and have...

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  • Marche Movenpick - CLOSED

    4 out of 5 stars

    Montreal Restaurants

    Le Marche is a unique market-style restaurant run by Movenpick. It consists of a series of "food stations" offering every kind of cuisine you can imagine: Seafood, pasta, poultry, stew, pizza, soup & salad, Asian incl. sushi, crepes, and more! When you enter the restaurant you're given a "passport", which is a long narrow piece of paper that you...

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  • Au Parmesan

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Quebec Restaurants

    In the array of restaurants, shops and cafes -- Au Parmesan is a small one comparing to some others. They offer a good variety of authentic French cuisine, namely escargo (snails) and crepes. The guys are very hospitable and will make you feel like visiting a friend's place. It's also a good place to sit, talk and sip the tea. The three things I...

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  • Information & Sources

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Montreal Restaurants

    This is not a particular restaurant, but a concentration of restaurants. It is a pedestrian, cobblestone street and all the restaurants have outdoor seating. Very old European feel. On a nice summer day it is the perfect place to spend the afternoon people watching. The area is on Rue Prince Arthur between Blvd. St. Laurent on the west and Square...

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  • Le Cavour

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Quebec Restaurants

    A reasonable meal in a restaurant placed in a classified building, right in the historical quarter. Being in a group, the meal was previously ordered by the guide, and that doesn't allow a serious evaluation of the service and price. But the food was tasty and with good presentation.

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  • Nickels Deli & Bar

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Montreal Restaurants

    Nickels may seem like a typical "American" diner, with the 50s decor, and all of your American favorites, but there is a certain Canadian twist. At Nickels, besides having all of your typical dishes for breakfast, lunch and dinner, they also have some Quebecois specialties, like smoked meat sandwiches, cretons (meat spread), baked beans, poutine...

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  • Le Saint-Amour

    5 out of 5 stars

    Quebec Restaurants

    When making a reservation, make sure you request a table in the greenhouse area. I have yet to be disappointed when I go to the Saint-Amour but prices go in accordance. For the discerning Epicurean, their wine list is a work of art. Just ask the sommellier Blaise for suggestions and he will always come up with something interesting within your...

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  • Café Santropol

    4 out of 5 stars

    Montreal Restaurants

    What makes the notoriety of this cafe/sandwich joint is the unexpected sanwich mixes and its fresh torrified/ground coffee. One will find a great assortment of surprising sandwiches made with only fresh and original ingredients, such as buckwheat, mint, hazelnuts or pecans. The extremely wide variety of coffees, herbal infusions and teas are what...

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  • Le Cafe du Monde

    4 out of 5 stars

    Quebec Restaurants

    Our group was hosted for dinner at the Cafe du Monde, located on the north bank of the St. Lawrence River in the Vieux (Old) Quebec part of the city. As with everything in the city, if you are staying in the downtown core, it was a pleasant evening walk in the warm summer air (25 C) through streets bustling with happy tourists. It is a happening...

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  • Eggspectation

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Montreal Restaurants

    This is a great breakfast place with the biggest menu. It takes just as long to go through the menu as it does to eat your food. I've been to two so far (Laurier and Laval) and the food at both is fantastic. The one on Laurier has a big patio. I did find it a little expensive for breakfast food, but not enough to stop me from returning. It's a...

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  • Pub Saint-Alexandre

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Quebec Restaurants

    Yet another pub in Québec's old town that I can really recommend. This one is pretty crowded at night and the crowd is really international - I heard like 5 different languages when I was there. This might mean that it's basically a tourist place, but nonetheless I was very satisfied. I enjoyed a great pasta dish (all' Arrabiata)

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  • Buffet Maharaja

    4 out of 5 stars

    Montreal Restaurants

    Nicely Designed Interior, central location, and the food is exceptionally good. Not too pricey either , especially at noon on weekdays. Personally, I love the butter chicken and the tandori chicken; the latter, you can grill yourselve, if you wish. There really is a wide choice here, beef, chicken, lamb as well as lots of salad for vegetarians. 100...

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  • L'Echaude

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Quebec Restaurants

    L'Echaude is my favourite "fine cuisine" restaurant in Quebec City, mostly because of the great quality/price ratio. It is located about halfway between the Petit Champlain and Old Port areas, in a beautiful stone building. The place is quite cozy and the staff is always friendly, proving that it is possible to serve delicious cuisine in a relaxed...

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  • Dunn's Famous

    4 out of 5 stars

    Montreal Restaurants

    Montreal is famous for smoked meat which is kind of like pastrami only a bit spicier and very nice, and the most famous place to get it is Schwartz's but real Montreallers say that Dunn's, established in 1927, is by far the better place to get your smoked meat fix. Schwartz's is good, don't get me wrong, but it's thronged with tourists queuing to...

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  • Restaurant L'Astral

    Quebec Restaurants

    The Restaurant L'Astral is a revolving restaurant located atop the Loews Le Concorde Hotel. It clearly offeres the best spectacular view of the city and like the Calgary Tower and other revolving tower restaurants expect to pay the price for the view!! I was going to just have a coffee to keep my budget down but it doesn't open until around...

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  • Une Crêpe?

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Montreal Restaurants

    From all of their ingredients here, you can choose your own personal crêpe at Une crêpe. From the batter types to the fillings, from the sweet to the savoury. They also have a menu of their own crêpe specialties. A Mediterranean crêpe includes sundried tomatoes, pesto, parmesan and goat cheese. A Paysanne crêpe includes chicken, mushrooms and...

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  • L'Entrecote Saint-Jean

    4 out of 5 stars

    Quebec Restaurants

    L'Entrecote Saint-Jean is a large restaurant with a nice sized patio. We chose to sit inside. We had heard that you should get the specialty at this restaurant, and when all we could see the waitresses walking by with was plate after plate of the same thing, we went for it. The Specialty consists of their soup of the day, green salad with walnuts,...

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  • Combined Suggestions

    5 out of 5 stars

    Montreal Restaurants

    I stayed one block from here, so cut thru here on my way to the Metro station a couple times a day. Along with Atwater Marche, these are the two biggest. There are about 50 vendors, a building with about 20 more, and it’s backed up to rue Jean Talon with about 6 more vendors. You can find pretty much anything you need here. You can get plants of...

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  • Au Bonnet d'Ane

    4 out of 5 stars

    Quebec Restaurants

    Looking for a restaurant that is not too far out of the way, but you can't stand being surrounded by crowds of tourists anymore? The Cafe Au Bonnet d'Ane might just be the place for you. This restaurant has been a favorite with locals for many years now - they've even had to open a second one in the Sainte-Foy area! It is located in the...

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  • Toque!

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Montreal Restaurants

    Before visiting Montreal this past week with my boyfriend, we researched the best restaurants in the city and one name that kept coming up in every guidebook and website we consulted was Toque. We knew it was expensive, but we wanted to have a speacial meal and thought it would be worth it. Let me tell you- It was NOT worth it at all. We ordered...

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  • L'Astral

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Quebec Restaurants

    Service was very good and the atmosphere and view was fine. My wife and I had the buffet for dinner. Food was good not great. I would rate the food 3.5 stars out of 5. We certainly would go back again. You are paying for the view but when all is said and done, it certainly worth it.

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  • Les 3 Brasseurs

    4 out of 5 stars

    Montreal Restaurants

    We were looking for good food and locals recommended 3 Brewers. Delicious French Bistro, micro brewery on two levels with side walk cafe and a rooftop restaurant. They were found over 100 years ago in France when 3 brewers joined forces to found a brewery that would become one of the most important French breweries. The beers are visible and brewed...

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  • Cosmos Cafe

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Quebec Restaurants

    A rather trendy / lounge atmosphere and a very good place to eat. The crowd is most often filled with twenty somethings, but it's not rare to see families either. A unique place for filling your stomach with great food, filling your ears with good music and your sights with good looking people. Certainly a place to discover !

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  • Restaurant Bonaparte

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Montreal Restaurants

    This was one of the best dining experiences I have ever had! The ambience is amazingly quaint and upscale. Located very close to the Notre-Dame Basilica in the district of Old Montréal with it's coblestone streets. I started my meal with a green vegetable soup. It was unlike what I expected. A lentil and split pea puree just slightly seasoned,...

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  • Pizza Mag

    5 out of 5 stars

    Quebec Restaurants

    Pizza Mag opened its first restaurant back in 1984 and since then, no other place has been able to match the quality and taste of Pizza Mag pizzas! The crust is thin (but thicker than European-style pizzas) and the ingredients are all carefully selected to create delicious combinations. With its 30 different varieties, Pizza Mag is sure to please...

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  • The Keg Steakhouse & Bar

    4 out of 5 stars

    Montreal Restaurants

    While The Keg is not the most reknowned restaurant in Montreal for steaks (that would be Moishe's), it is a very good restaurant for steaks and seafood. There are two locations in Montreal. The one we went to is in Old Montreal in Rue St. Paul. The other is in Place Ville Marie on Blvd Rene Levesque E. The Keg is a national chain of restaurants but...

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  • Pub Saint-Patrick

    Quebec Restaurants

    This pub is a great place for lunch and a great place for a beer or a cider at night. Located conveniently in the middle of Québec City's old town, you can enjoy your stay on the outside terrace or inside in the nicely decorated rooms. The food is good, but even better is the location which allows people watching par excellence! some of the light...

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  • La Milsa

    5 out of 5 stars

    Montreal Restaurants

    All you can meat Brazilian Churruscaria (translated: BBQ) This is how they do it in Brazil! If you chose to go with the All you can Eat Meat platter, be prepared for a feast! There are almost 10 different meats to sample, from thinly sliced sirloin to juicy pork to tender lamb. The filet mignon comes in chunks, the pink interior sealed by the...

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  • Tutto Gelato

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Quebec Restaurants

    My trips have taught me something: in most of the places I've ever been to - including Mexico City, my hometown, itself - there's at least one ice cream parlor that claims to serve "genuine italian ice cream". Of course, I've never tasted a real Italian ice cream outside of Italy, but there have been places where I've been really pleased with the...

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  • Boccacinos - CLOSED

    3 out of 5 stars

    Montreal Restaurants

    A close comparison to what you would find in the US would be BJ's, Chili's or Applebees. I wasn't too hungry so I had the Brie cheese in pastry appetizer and a cafe au lait. Both were good. My boyfriend had a Philly cheeseteak sandwich which was tasty. Prices were reasonable. Atmosphere was comfortable, sports bar, waitress was friendly. There are...

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