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6 expert recommendations
The menu focuses on solid, and excellent, traditional dishes, many featuring game: bison stew, red deer filet and grilled stag, bison and wapiti tenderloins. Full review →
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. Full review →
Small windows, low ceilings, checked tablecloths, and servers who dress in period costume add warmth and a smidge of whimsy to what is otherwise a fine dining (and expensive) night out. Full review →
Housed in one of the oldest houses in Quebec, this hugely popular restaurant serves large helpings of delicious Quebecois fare. Full review →
Traditional dishes featured on the menu include bison bourguignonne in cream and blueberry wine sauce, duckling in a maple-syrup reduction, Lac St-Jean meat pie, and wild caribou filet mignon. Full review →
The service is fantastic, friendly, and thoughtful, while the menu is traditional but beautifully executed. Full review →