Places to discover in Québec City during your stay
Nina pizza napolitaine
Nina worked its magic on us within seconds. That dough! That cheese! And we keep going back since we’re always torn between the Funghi (mushroom heaven) and the Greenpoint (the freshest lemon mozzarella).
410, rue Saint-Anselme
Are you more surf or turf? Why choose! Head to Grande Allée to enjoy Ophelia’s chic surroundings. The new kid on the block has everyone talking and is a great place to spend an evening.
634, Grande Allée Est
You’re going to the Château Frontenac on a weeknight? Why not! Charcuterie platters to share, sought-after cocktails, and a selection of Québec cheeses and fresh produce make Le Sam the perfect bistro for a girls’ night out or after-work drinks.
1, rue des Carrières
Poutine for everyone! There’s no resisting Chez Gaston, a typical, honest-to-goodness snack bar in the Lower Town that’s open all hours.
332, rue Dorchester
From his tiny Lower Town restaurant, Battuto, young chef Guillaume St-Pierre takes guests on a culinary trip to Italy. The homemade focaccia is incredible. Enjoy a great meal in a modern, intimate setting. Reserve ahead.
Le Battuto, récemment nommé meilleur restaurant au Canada selon le magazine EnRoute
527, boulevard Langelier
Chez Victor has been keeping burger fans happy since 1991 and has quickly grown into a local chain. Its staunchest supporters prefer the original restaurant on Rue Saint-Jean.
8 adresses à Québec
Ever since Ciel! opened, the instantly recognizable revolving restaurant on the 28th floor of Hôtel Le Concorde has been as popular as ever. And not just for its 360° panorama of the city—it's also thanks to chef David Forbes's creative fare.
1225, cours du Général-de‑Montcalm
Written by Caroline Décoste, with the collaboration of Annie Lafrance and published in Magazine Y No 1
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