Open Hours: Lunch: M-Sa 11:30a-2:30p; Brunch: Su 10a-3p; Dinner: Daily 5p-11p
This bistro-type French and Italian restaurant, which is quite popular with business people, is located on Cartier Avenue. The cuisine is delicious ... More
Restaurant Le Graffiti
This bistro-type French and Italian restaurant, which is quite popular with business people, is located on Cartier Avenue. The cuisine is delicious and impeccably presented. The Deer Medallion with cabernet and blueberry sauce, and the Salmon with Rhubarb and Red Currant Butter are worth a try. The Graffiti has the largest wine selection in the city—guests have 400 vintages from which to choose. The red brick and mahogany dining room is always inviting, while a private dining room can accommodate 20 people.
While in Quebec City for a weekend getaway, we tried out Le Graffiti for Saturday dinner. The table d'hote had a very good selection, so we choose that rather than a la carte. I started with a warm scallop salad and my husband had duck ravioli with duck confit. Both dishes were tasty and well presented. A mushroom potage followed, that was very flavourful. Entrees were next, my husband had a filet mignon with melted brie and I had duck served with a pinot noir reduction. Both were served with seasonal vegetables and both dishes were delicious. Coffee and dessert were included in the table d'hote.
The restaurant is small and space between tables are tight. I did not feel crowded in though. The wait staff are great, friendly, efficient and were helpful with menu and wine selection. The courses were served with plenty of time between, so we did not feel rushed through our dinner.
Our total bill with cocktails before, 4 course dinner, wine and tip came to $140.00 I think it was well worth it, and am looking forward to coming back again.
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