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    The "best" restaurant is probably the St-Amour (http://www.saint-amour.com/). A visit of Old Quebec is the main attraction. You should also see the Moulin à images, the story of the foundation and evolution of the city told with an impressive projection system on an old grain silo in the Old port. almost 7 years ago

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    Le St Amour is excellent but the very best is L'Initiale. Note that this is a restaurant for foodies and is very expensive, but very much worth the splurge in my opinion. It is a member of the Relais et Chateaux group, so it is definitely fancy (some might call it snobish) although no need to wear a jacket. My wife and I have eaten there 3 times and have had some of the best meals in our life, and we have eaten in some of the best restaurants in Canada, the USA, and France. Another excellent restaurant is Le Bistrot du Clocher Penché. Relaxed upscale bistro. Other very good choices, Le Graffiti, Le 47e Parallele, Toast, Panache, and le Laurie Raphael. If you read French, I recommend checking www.voir.ca, their reviews are usually spot on. almost 7 years ago

    Answered by Yves via Site_iconWorldNomads.com
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    We always like Cafe du Paix or Pais...food is fab there almost 7 years ago

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    Le Veau d'Or is certainly not the fanciest (I would call it more down-home), but if you want an authentic Quebec restaurant, the food here is tremendous and the prices are very reasonable. The last time I was in Quebec, I visited it twice it was so good and the place is always full. Try their homemade soups...fantastic! almost 7 years ago

    Answered by Lori Bosworth via Site_iconTravellr.com

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