9800 Boulevard Ste-Anne
Ste Anne de Beaupre, QC G0A 3C0
Phone: (418) 827-1570
Fax: (418) 827-1601
9800 Boulevard Ste-Anne, Ste Anne de Beaupre, QC, CA, G0A 3C0
- Phone: (418) 827-1570
- Fax: (418) 827-1601
Located near Mont Ste-Anne, about a half hour east of Quebec City, this restaurant offers some of the finest French and French-Canadian cuisine in the region. The dining room, set within a 300-year-old home, is bright yet intimate, the service unobtrusive but unfailingly friendly. Chef Philippe Robitaille, meanwhile, specializes in flamboyant presentation and a combination of traditional and foreign flavors. Entrees a traditional Quebec glazed duck breast with apples, cranberries, foie gras, and red cabbage. The homemade desserts are an event in themselves.
This welcoming sugar shack is located on Île d'Orléans, in a large log house. Guests may discover and enjoy traditional Quebec cuisine with dishes like pea soup, ham and eggs cooked in maple syrup, and maple crêpes at Cabane à Sucre L'Entailleur. After a generous meal, everyone goes outside to taste warm, sweet maple taffy snow which is warm maple syrup poured across clean snow to form a thick, sweet mixture. Then, guests can go for a walk in the sugar bush and tour the sugar shack's modern installation for making maple syrup.
Proudly standing atop a hill overlooking Montmorency Falls, the St Lawrence River, and Île d'Orléans, this famous Manoir Montmorency restaurant offers fine dining in breathtaking surroundings. Lamb fillet with braised vegetables and tomato fondue, smoked salmon and herb cream sauce with oregano oil and grilled pine nuts, duck lasagna and caramelized onions, and other creative dishes make for a memorable menu, which is accompanied by an interesting and diverse wine list.
This sugar shack is located in the heart of the Laurentian Mountains. Érablière du Lac-Beauport has its own Maple Museum, where guests learn about the history and evolution of the maple industry. There is also a Maple Shop where one can buy plenty of treats to bring home. Still, it is the homemade food that wins the most acclaim here. Simple, traditional sugar shack meals are prepared in front of the guests and served at very reasonable prices. The space can accommodate over 300 guests where traditional folk musicians play to brighten the evenings.
Le Maizerets is a family Italian restaurant is well-known for its pizzas, which are apparently the best west of Rome. Named after neighborhood streets, the pizzas are original and flavorful, with toppings ranging from traditional pepperoni and cheese to Peking duck. Soups, pasta, salads and calzones are also available should you choose to take a pass on the pizzas.
Yet another Subway restaurant, this one is located at Place d'Youville in the Vieux-Québec area of the city. The outlet has a casual ambiance, which seems perfect for a relaxed sit-down meal or take-away. Among their delicious range of subs, you must give a try to the Meatball Marina, Egg Salad and Chicken Pizziola Melt. Check website to have a look at the entire menu.
Quebec City is chock full of great French restaurants, Café le Saint Malo near the Old Port district has carved a niche for itself as one of the most popular restaurants in the city. Offering a brilliant menu of French favorites, this charming little place is known for dishes like duck confit, cassoulet, escargot among other delicious miracles that are conjured up in this here kithcen. Rare wines, imported from Europe, are also on offer to provide the perfect accompaniment to your splendid meal. Finish with a cheesecake or dessert of your choice, you'd soon be making your next appointment.
Located in Montcalm, near the port, Restaurant Asia predictably offers a delicious Asian fare. With a menu dominated by Thai and Vietnamese dishes, Asia serves signature dishes that involve Vietnamese vermicelli noodles topped with shrimp, meat or chicken preparations. Delectable to taste, easy on the stomach and pocket, Asia makes for a fab meal.
Located in the Vieux-Port, across from the market, La Cabane is known for its delectable fish and seafood creations. In a charming dining room reminiscent of a ship's interior, the restaurant serves Mediterranean seafood preparations. Mussels are a favorite menu item, offered in 14 varieties and served in a heaping bowl with fries. Opt for the all-you-can-eat if you have a huge craving or a healthy appetite. Steak, lamb, pasta and pizza are also on the menu, and Bouillabaise is a well-known specialty. There's a choice of beers and wines to accompany the food. Check website for more.
Located at Chemin de la Canardiere, this Subway outlet is frequented mostly by the neighbors of Old Limoilou area. Staying true to the chain's tradition, it serves a variety of fresh subs, which are made to order. A decent range of drinks and sides are also available to go along with the sub of your choice. Take-away and catering services remain available at this outlet. See website for more.
This chic yet very friendly bistro is located in the Old Port, a few steps away from the beautiful Place Royale, and is a must for anyone who enjoys eating mussels. Select from the 14 different varieties of the shelled seafood along with a refreshing accompaniment from the ample beer list, after all, what is a good plate of mussels without a good beer? But, of course, there is more to the menu than seafood. Steak tartar, steak-frites, salads, and pasta are also offered. The desserts at Môss Bistro Belge are exquisite, to say the least; especially the chocolate truffle cake.
This venerable Vieux-Quebec bistro exudes old world charm, creating an atmosphere in which everything from the impeccable French cuisine to the attentive but not-quite-formal service seems just right. The rack of lamb is something of a house specialty, but the kitchen also prepares excellent veal, beef, rabbit and seafood dishes, accompanied by wonderful appetizers, including soups and pâté maison. The terrace at Restaurant Le Vendôme in summer is as charming as terraces come, while the somewhat dated opulence inside is also strangely affecting.