Foodie Guide to Québec City
Foodie Guide to Quebec City is an opportunity to discover the central neighborhoods of Quebec through their culinary landmarks. Allison Van Rassel, food columnist and renowned Quebec City foodie, brings you to meet the chefs, artisans and discover the flavors that animate the neighborhoods of Old Port, Montcalm and Old Quebec.
In this first episode, Allison Van Rassel makes you discover the Old Port neighbourhood of Quebec City. Meet the people behind the Laurie Raphaël restaurant, the Packwood boutique and lunch counter, Chez Muffy and Origyne bistros as well as the friendly Buffet de l’Antiquaire.
In this second episode, Allison Van Rassel introduces you to the Montcalm neighbourhood. In the heart of the arts district of Quebec City, you will meet the talented chef of the Tempera restaurant of the Museum of Fine Arts of Quebec, discover the Tuscan-style delicacies of Morena, Gaël Vidricaire’s refined pastry shop, gourmet bagels at Bügel, greasy spoon favourites at Frites Alors! and Irish traditions at the Galway pub.
In this last episode, Allison Van Rassel showcases Old Quebec. This tourist area is filled with foodie finds, including the famous Château Frontenac and its restaurants, the farm-to-table bistro Le Tournebroche, the Couillard et fils local delicacy store, the nordic Chez Boulay boreal café as well as the gastronomic St-Amour restaurant.