Go back in time as you dine in the palatial, oak-panelled dining room of the historical landmark that is the Château Frontenac. Tuxedoed waiters ... More
Go back in time as you dine in the palatial, oak-panelled dining room of the historical landmark that is the Château Frontenac. Tuxedoed waiters offer the highest standard of service. Each meal, prepared by renowned French chef Jean Soulard, is a real feast, and the menu is revamped regularly. Duckling, guinea fowl rolled in endive, or veal with ginger and green lemon are just some examples of the fabulous gourmet dinners. Some tables offer a view of the Saint Lawrence River and the Dufferin Terrace.
In the heart of old Quebec, the Le Saint Paul Hotel can be considered as one of the most charming
inn this city has to offer. Located in a fully restored and renovated XIXth century building, the ambience is ...
Boasting one of Quebec City's most attractive facades, this very affordable European style hotel is free of excessive frills but
reserves a friendly atmosphere. Hôtel du Vieux Quebec's rustic decorated rooms include all the usual amenities, with free local ...
This beautiful restaurant is located in a 19th century house on the Grande Allee, Quebec City's main entertainment street. Aside
from its delicious French and Californian cuisine, its Murder and Mystery Evenings on Fridays, when actors join guests in ...