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Chez Muffy
9
$$$
French
7 reviews
Chef Louis Pacquelin’s brigade de cuisine is a well oiled machine that revisits the classics while pioneering the use of local seasonal produce - both simple and sophisticated. — Afar Magazine
Laurie Raphaël
8
$$$
French
Downtown Quebec City
6 reviews
Local, seasonal ingredients transformed with French culinary techniques. — Gayot
Le Clocher Penché Restaurant
8
$$
European
Downtown Quebec City
4 reviews
A busy, friendly bistro that’s a staple of Quebec City's once-again bustling downtown with its solid seasonal cuisine and wine list. — Gayot
Restaurant Le Saint-Amour
8
$$$
French
Downtown Quebec City
4 reviews
Foie gras is a specialty (seared, in terrine) and though the chef has long embraced the meats, his kitchen turns out incredible meatless options, especially when requested in advance. — Frommer's
Paillard
8
$
Bakeries
4 reviews
This bright and buzzy space has high ceilings, huge windows looking onto the street and long wooden tables down the middle where diners tuck into tasty gourmet sandwiches. — Lonely Planet
Échaudé
8
$$$
European
Downtown Quebec City
4 reviews
A classic French bistro in the Old Port area with a solid wine list and a bustling crowd of regulars. — Gayot
Restaurant Légende
8
$$$
Deli
3 reviews
Set on the ground floor of the Hôtel des Coutellier, in the Old Port area, Légende is set in a large wood and stone room with plush banquettes and an elegant bar. — Fodor's
Aux Anciens Canadiens
8
$$
Downtown Quebec City
5 reviews
There's a more modern menu and a good wine list, but people come for the authentic French-Canadian cooking, like Lac St-Jean tourtière (meat pie) and maple-syrup pie with fresh cream. — Fodor's
Le Cafe du Monde
7
$$
Cafe
Downtown Quebec City
4 reviews
Next to the cruise terminal in the Old Port, this massive restaurant has a spectacular view to equal its food. — Fodor's
Ciel Bistro-Bar
7
$$
European
3 reviews
The food is unfussy, creative, and delicious (try the pan-seared scallops with mushroom gnocchi and celery emulsion), and service is friendly and well-managed. — Fodor's
Chez Boulay-bistro boreal
7
$$$
French
3 reviews
The menu is Nordic-inspired with deer, duck, mackerel, Labrador tea spice, wintergreen, and birch syrup among the traditional ingredients. Portions are generous. — Frommer's
Le Cafe Krieghoff
7
$$
Cafe
Montcalm
3 reviews
This café has long had a reputation as a den of intellectuals, perhaps because of its location in the heart of the Montcalm arts district. — Travel + Leisure
Restaurant Le Graffiti
7
$$$
European
Montcalm
3 reviews
This classy eatery focuses on classic Québécois ingredients such as deer, duck, salmon and shellfish served with exquisite sauces and fresh vegetables. — Lonely Planet
Chez Temporel
7
$$
Cafe
3 reviews
This modest, nine-table cafe covers the basics like coffee, quiche, and salad very well. — Frommer's
Le Renard Et la Chouette
7
$$
French
2 reviews
An interesting concept located just off the beaten path, Le Renard et la Chouette—named after a classic fable—combines coffee shop with buvette (small bar) — Travel + Leisure
Patente et Machin
7
$$
French
2 reviews
That’s how the menu is divided: Machins are smallish: oysters, bisques, and such, while Patentes are main courses like red deer with juniper berries or giant roasted scallops. — Frommer's
La Planque
7
$$$
French
2 reviews
Globe-trotting bistro fare from a celebrity chef. — Gayot
Brûlerie Saint-Roch
7
$
Cafe
2 reviews
Get your caffeine fix the way hipster locals do, at this coffee bar in the heart of the St-Roch neighborhood. — Frommer's
Le Lapin Sauté
7
$$
European
Downtown Quebec City
2 reviews
Warm European ambience rules at this historic Old Quebec-style building. — Gayot
Ristorante Il Teatro
7
$$
Italian
Downtown Quebec City
2 reviews
Actors, musical performers, and theater staff from the adjoining Le Capitole theater and other nearby arts venues often stop in after their shows. — Frommer's
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