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French
8 reviews
This restaurant, inside the museumlike Auberge Saint-Antoine, has attractive wooden floors and exposed beams from the building's warehouse days. — Fodor's
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European
Downtown Quebec City
5 reviews
Clocher Penché has laid-back European sophistication down pat. — Frommer's
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French
Downtown Quebec City
7 reviews
Dinner at this fabulous restaurant is très expensive, but Chef Daniel Vézina is a local star, and the inventive menu emphasizes fresh ingredients. — Concierge
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French
Downtown Quebec City
5 reviews
Game dishes, whether deer, caribou or duck, are especially well-done. Even a soup becomes a full-fledged dish, with a vegetable cream heightened by a touch of rabbit confit and a morel sabayon. — Gayot
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Bakeries
4 reviews
There might be a line while the locals buy their lunch, but it's well worth the wait. — Fodor's
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French
4 reviews
This restaurant presents its own, casual version of Nordic cuisine, using “boreal” ingredients such as venison and game meats, foraged vegetables and seasonings, and locally made oils and syrups. — Travel + Leisure
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Downtown Quebec City
6 reviews
The service is fantastic, friendly, and thoughtful, while the menu is traditional but beautifully executed. — Travel + Leisure
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European
Downtown Quebec City
5 reviews
A classic French bistro in the Old Port area with a solid wine list and a bustling crowd of regulars. — Gayot
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Deli
4 reviews
Seasonal cuisine and fine wine pairings are the name of the game at this classy newcomer under the direction of renowned restaurateurs Karen Therrien and Frédéric Laplante. — Lonely Planet
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Cafe
Downtown Quebec City
5 reviews
This Paris-style bistro is the only restaurant in town directly on the St Lawrence River, although actually getting a table with a view can sometimes be a challenge. — Lonely Planet
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European
Downtown Quebec City
3 reviews
As the name suggests, rabbit is the focus at this local gem of a restaurant. — Travel + Leisure
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Cafe
4 reviews
Some of the city's best coffee, croque-monsieurs (open-face French-bread sandwiches with ham, tomato, and broiled cheese), gazpacho, chili, tuna sandwiches, and soups. — Fodor's
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Cafe
Montcalm
4 reviews
This busy, noisy restaurant with patios in front and back is a popular place with the locals. — Fodor's
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French
3 reviews
Enjoy natural wines by the glass and interesting Quebec beers at this casual, youthful bar on the steep Scott Hill in Quartier Saint-Jean-Baptiste — Condé Nast Traveler
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French
Montcalm
3 reviews
New menus are improvised daily based on whatever ingredients are freshest at the Halles du Petit Quartier market down the street. — Lonely Planet
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French
3 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
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European
Montcalm
3 reviews
Classics such as steak frites and hanger steak with shallots anchor the menu, along with a regularly changing lineup of other dishes inspired by Italian or Californian cuisine. — Gayot
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French
3 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
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European
3 reviews
French fare with a view at Hotel Le Concorde Quebec. — Gayot
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French
2 reviews
Inside, the chef whips up magic like duck magret or scallops with celeriac purée from a kitchen that makes an Easy Bake Oven look like a six-burner Viking. — Frommer's
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