The Saint-Sauveur district is located in lower Town of Quebec, close to the famous Saint-Roch neighbourhood. Renowned for its shops, the area has also many restaurants, including Patente and Machin. People are talking a lot about it and I was looking forward to try the place so we went there one night with friends for dinner!
When you arrive in Quebec and you speach French, you feel safe because the province is francophone. But even if you master the language of Molière it is difficult sometimes to understand a Quebecer. Here are some tips to help you tame the Quebec language!
If you hang aroung on Saint-Jean street you will definitely pass by the St-Alexandre pub, an English pub.
You wonder why a poutine picture right? Just because I didn’t have another. The picture doesn’t represent the place at all but I went there during the poutine week, which took place in February, and during which many restaurants offer their original recipe. So I tasted the one from the Pub du Parvis, who had prepared a poutine recipe with lamb, and which was very good.
Welcome beer lovers !
Inox is one of the many microbreweries you can find in Quebec City but also in the province. Founded in 1987, the establishment is a real institution in the city. Continue reading
Île d’Orléans is characterized by its landscapes and local products. There you will find vineyards (wine, cider), honey and maple, but not only. During the sugar season in spring, when the maple tree sap begins, you can also enjoy a traditional meal around the maple syrup. Some maple syrup producers have restaurants, in that case you have the possibility to eat there.