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Un restaurant de qualité à Québec

 

Où dîner ou déjeuner à Québec (Canada), et surtout où dénicher un restaurant ? Néanmoins, tous les établissements ne seront pas à la hauteur de vos exigences : il sera alors nécessaire de faire le tri entre les vrais bons restaurants, et les établissements moins authentiques. Pour éviter les déceptions et les mauvaises surprises, pensez à vous renseigner au préalable. Laissez-vous guider : le Petit Futé a été conçu pour vous faciliter votre recherche et pour vous proposer des établissements qui en valent la peine. Il est particulièrement agréable de savourer un délicieux repas, lorsque l'on est en déplacement à Québec. Décoration ou atmosphère globale, l'ambiance est un élément qui sera abordé par nos pages dédiées aux restaurants. Si vous avez l'occasion de visiter Québec (Région De Québec Québec) vous y trouverez de nombreux points d'intérêt expliquant la recrudescence d'établissements. Votre repas au sein de ce restaurant vous a-t-il satisfait ? N'hésitez pas à nous le dire en écrivant un avis afin que votre expérience puisse profiter à tous. Menus, plats proposés, prix, vous aurez en votre possession toutes les informations nécessaires pour passer un bon moment. Il est souvent possible de réserver en ligne : ce service est présent pour une grande partie des établissements que nous vous présentons. Quoi de plus judicieux, pour mieux connaître un lieu, que de consulter les commentaires des internautes étant déjà allés dans ce restaurant en particulier ? Les gourmands seront bien lotis à Québec, qui propose au total 13 restaurants italiens, 4 crêperies, 122 restaurants, offrant la faculté à chaque gastronome de trouver son bonheur. Afin de gérer la planification de votre déjeuner ou dîner, jetez un œil aux infos de base, où vous trouverez quelques éléments dont vous aurez besoin (téléphone, horaires et jours d'ouverture ou réseaux sociaux...).

Restaurants Québec : 132 Results

Practical information : Eating out Québec

TimetableTimetable

There are no more variable schedules than those in the restaurant world. Not only do they vary according to the season, but also several times during the same season. Restaurants in large cities such as Quebec City tend to have a relatively fixed schedule throughout the year, while in the regions, some establishments even close their doors out of season. And as everywhere, weekends and holidays are synonymous with great crowds, especially for the famous brunch served until 2 or 3 pm. It also means that Quebecers eat earlier than Europeans. Therefore, the opening hours of the kitchens are not very late, except for pub-type restaurants.

Budget & TipsBudget & Tips

You can easily eat on the go for less than $10-15 CDN. The minimum charge is $20.00 CDN for lunch and $30.00 CDN for dinner. The daily lunch menu and the table d'hôte in the evening allow you to save some money and include the starter, main course, dessert and coffee. More upscale restaurants also often offer a multi-course tasting menu. The cost can range from $60 to $150 CDN or more, and a pairing with selected wines is offered in addition.

All methods of payment are accepted, but smaller restaurants sometimes limit themselves to cash and/or debit card.

In Quebec, you can also take home the rest of your meal or bring your own bottle of wine - or beer - to the restaurant. The "Bring your own wine" concept is indeed quite common, especially since there is no corkage fee to pay.

What costs extraWhat costs extra

As a general rule, prices on menus are always exclusive of tax. Not only do you have to add the taxes (14.975%), but also the 15% service charge. To find out what you have to pay, you have to add almost 30% to the price!

The local wayThe local way

Eat a poutine at 3am, when leaving bars or after a drunken evening with friends at home. You can almost always find a 24-hour snack bar to satisfy your cravings, anywhere in the region.

Set aside a large table in a sugar shack in the spring to make you bomb until you're hungry.

Getting used to the often gigantic North American-style portions, especially in pubs and sports breweries.

To be avoidedTo be avoided

Just because we're in America doesn't mean we have to be like the Americans! So please avoid the big fast food banners and opt for local tables to savour Quebec.

KidsKids

Your kids are welcome in most restaurants, except in sections where a bar license applies. Extra chairs are often available and several restaurants offer a menu specially concocted for the little ones.

SmokersSmokers

Smoking is not permitted in the restaurants and on their terraces. Smoking is also required 9 metres from the door of the establishment, although some people do not respect this distance.

Tourist trapsTourist traps

In areas popular with visitors such as Old Quebec City, take the time to compare restaurants and menus, as many tend to boost their prices to take advantage of the tourist boom.

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