This candy store is a feast for the eyes as well as the taste buds. Its window on St-Jean Street, filled with candies and ... More
Confiserie C'est Si Bon
This candy store is a feast for the eyes as well as the taste buds. Its window on St-Jean Street, filled with candies and wooden toys, is so attractive that almost everyone stops or at least slows down to take a good look. The small establishment, Confiserie C'est Si Bon, is stacked with a large assortment of candies, chocolates, toys, teas and coffees; just like a treasure chest! "Wow!" is the expression most often heard from those entering, especially grown-ups who feel like they have just become kids again.
My first trip to Quebc and C'est Si Bon is already my favorite store! I've been in 3 times and plan to go back for more! The help is friendly and the ambiance is that of a classic candy store. Along with the delectable sweet treats is a great selection of vintage style tins, hangings, mugs and more. They also have an array of spices, rubs and marinades.
The beautiful Museum of French America (Le Musee de l'Amerique française) offers many multidisciplinary insights into the history of North
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