Foodie Guide to Québec City

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Foodie Guide to Québec City

Year: 2018
Genre: Food

Foodie Guide to Quebec City is an opportunity to discover 4 central districts of Quebec through their culinary landmarks. Allison Van Rassel, columnist and foodie of Quebec, brings you to meet the places, the people and the flavors that animate the neighborhoods of Limoilou, St-Jean-Baptiste, St-Sauveur and St-Roch. Your mouth will water.

Episodes

Episode 1

In this first episode, Allison introduces you to Limoilou. In this popular and family friendly district you will discover the rotisserie OS, La Récolte, Le Nektar Caféologue, La Taqueria and finally, discover the signature cocktails at Le Cendrillon. 

Episode 2

Discover St-Jean-Baptiste, in Uptown Quebec, with Allison. Through the small steep streets, she will take you to La Buvette Scott, Cantook, J.A. Moisan, Billig and finally, discover the wine cellar of Moine Échanson.

Episode 3

Allison brings you to the St-Sauveur district this time. This popular area of lower Quebec City still has real authenticity. Allison will take you to Pied Bleu, Borderon et Fils., MA Station café, and Asian grocery store La Montagne Dorée, before finishing the day with some Griendel beers.

Episode 4

To end this season in style, we discover St-Roch. A trendy district, a symbol of the revival of the lower city of Quebec, the reputation of this district can hold its own. Allison is pleased to take you to Tora-Ya Ramen, Camelia Sinensis, Ateliers et Saveurs, Battuto, and finally Maelstrom.

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