Quality Inn & Suites
1 Boul. Arthabaska est.
Victoriaville, QC G6T 0S4
Phone: (819) 330-8888
Fax: (819) 330-8889
1 Boul. Arthabaska est., Victoriaville, QC, CA, G6T 0S4
- Phone: (819) 330-8888
- Fax: (819) 330-8889
Garnering ravishing reviews and strong recommendations from all quarters, Poivre Noir impresses with an innovative menu of French specialties and and extremely elegant setting. Sitting literally at the banks of the river Saint-Laurent, the restaurant has a location to die for. If an open-air setting with stunning views is what you're looking for, make sure you book a table on their outdoor terrace. The airy space is smartly decorated with natural elements and is as romantic as it can get. If you're more a fan of indoor setting, you'll fall in love the exquisitely-styled interior featuring a good mix of traditional and contemporary decor for an elegant ambiance. The menu has a definite focus on French food, but with an innovative touch. Chef José Pierre Durand lends his expert skills to fuse the predominantly French flavors with others like European, Asian and South American with delightful results. The extensive wine list crafted by the sommelier is nothing short of spectacular. In love with the food? You can spread it and impress guests at your party with the catering service on offer. Check website for more information.
Calling itself, a restaurant with a bistro ambiance, the casual eatery on rue Des Forges has a very 'pub' feel to it. As the name suggests, the restaurant serves a wide variety of fast food ranging from burgers and nachos to sandwiches, paninis and bagels. Belgian fries make for great accompaniments to your burgers and sandwiches while the delectable 'square' pizzas on offer feature an extensive choice and are a must-try. The drinks list has an excellent variety with wines, beers, cocktails and even alcoholic coffee featuring on the menu. Apart from this, there's also a good range of coffees, hot chocolates and other beverages to go with your food. An excellent option for a quick-bite and light meals. Check website for more information.
Housed within a villa that was built in 1757, La Piazza will manage to make you believe you're in a bistro in Italy. The wrought iron signboard outside, the chalkboard displaying the menu, the exposed brick walls, all lend a very Italian feeling to the place. Patrons will be spoiled for choice with the wide selection of antipasti, pastas, pizzas and calzones. During summer, the back of the restaurant gets transformed into a lovely outdoor dining place, with creepers hanging out of pots from the wooden beams above. Diners will also enjoy the occasional live band.
If you are craving for your daily fix of meaty Angus beef burger, then head to this branch of the famous chain of steakhouse called Le Steak Frites St-Paul. Located on rue des Forges, you can either dine inside the cozy setup or relax at the terrace that spills out on the street and munch on decent portions of delicacies like Filet Mignon, Filet de Saumon and Confit de Canard. Although the restaurant does not serve alcohol, you can get your own bottle of wine or beer and enjoy the delectable treat. Visit their website to know more.
A delightfully urban restaurant located centrally in the city, Mondo is as striking as it is elegant. The contemporary interiors and decor are head-turners and give the place a sophisticated feel. Creative use of lighting and elements such as the exposed brick walls, elongated red lanterns and the large Buddha statue make for an extremely elegant setting. The food menu is comprised primarily of Italian specialties with a fantastic selection of pizzas, pastas and salads. Apart from this, there's an excellent selection of Asian favorites ranging from Sushi to other Japanese and Thai preparations. The wine list comprising of no less than 50 careful selections makes for a great complement to your meal. The drinks menu also has a fine selection of beers, cocktails and martinis. The restaurant's upscale setting is quite popular with the business crowd for formal dinners. There's also a separate room for holding private functions. Check website for more information.
Yet another location of the famed fast food restaurant in the city, this one sits in a pedestrian area lined with a good mix of restaurants and other establishments. Understandably, most of the patrons are from areas in and around the little street. Owing to the area and the size of the location, the Drive-thru feature is not available, though you can still take away your favorite burgers. The menu is no different than the standard one filled with a delightful mix of burgers, sandwiches, snacks and much more. Although fairly small when compared to some of the huge locations elsewhere in the city, this one offers excellent alfresco seating on the sidewalk and has a charm of its own.
Serving slices of heaven since 1972, Bravo Pizzeria is one of the places in the city where pizzas are served fresh and with a smile. The exposed brick walls are adorned with lovely black and white photographs. Bite into any of the pizzas and your taste buds will be flooded with a blast of flavors, coupled with a creamy cheese layer. The crispy onion rings are a must-try!
A cozy little Asian restaurant on rue Badeaux, Paradis d'Asie delights with an excellent menu of Cambodian, Vietnamese and Thai specialties on offer. The little restaurant is a hit with the local crowd and has a following of its own thanks the well-prepared specialties and quick service. To top it, the restaurant lets you bring your own wine, something that finds many takers. The restaurant interiors are standard fare and not much to write home about; hearty, inexpensive food is the focus and it's what gets the crowds here. So the next time you're craving for some spicy Asian fare, you know where to go.
Located smack in the center of the city, Chez Lotus is an unpretentious Thai restaurant. Get drawn in by the exotic aroma that spills out onto the street. The decor is simple and cute, with long bamboo sticks lined up against the wall to give it an Asian feel. As the restaurant isn't too big in size, it might be difficult to accommodate a group. It can be easily located as it's right across the road from Revenu Québec.
You'll always find a festive air about at Los Cactus, the Latin restaurant and bar on rue des Forges. The boisterous restaurant has gone all out to give the place a relaxing atmosphere right from the bright and airy interiors to with Mexican inspired decor to the excellent outdoor patio. Interiors features a good mix of classy and colorful. Latin-themed paintings adorn the wall while huge cactus installations feature run throughout the restaurant. The iron chandeliers add a nice touch. The menu has a great selection Tex-Mex favorites with patrons getting the option to choose the spice level for most preparations. The Tex-Mex inspired pizzas are an instant-hit with the crowds. Come evening, the atmosphere gets livelier with the beats of salsa and other Latin forms flowing. Dancing is encouraged and more often than not, the entire crowd joins in the fun and revelry. What's more, if you're alien to Latin dance, you can also take lessons here.
Established in the year 1997, Angéline has a very French bistro feel to it; right from the wrought iron tables and chairs to the art on the wall. Come for the mouth-watering dishes like Antipasti and their heavenly pizzas and stay for the friendly service and cheery vibe. In summer, get a chance to enjoy their fresh cocktails out on the terrace, under the cool shade of over-sized umbrellas. For further details about reservations or their menu, visit the website.
Get ready to experience poutine like never before at Planète Poutine et Cie. The humble fast-food preparation that originated in Quebec gets loads of flavorful twists at this eclectic restaurant in Trois-Rivières that started with a simple aim; to reinvent the way people look at at eat poutine. One look at the menu is enough evidence that they've been fairly hard at work with their recipes from never before heard preparations like Poutine au filet mignon, Poutine duck confit, Poutine fajitas and even a vegetarian poutine. The innovative streak runs throughout the menu and is also evident on the host of other options like burgers and tapas. Wildly popular in Quebec, Planète Poutine et Cie is a scrumptious delight for anybody who loves poutine and doesn't mind experimentation.