5 days in Quebec City. What must we eat. (Children in tow.)
Thank you to Oliver and all respondents as that string of posts has helped. I'm not so adventurous as to try sweet meats and will have a teen and a little one in tow (but not EVERY night). Husband and my mom too who lived in QC during her teens. We're staying in Old Town and come from a small town in BC with Boston Pizza as the main stay. Please don't cry anyone. Chowhound helped me out a few years back on a trip (with same Mom) to Chicago. We're looking for breakfast, brunch, light lunch, dinner and wine bar recommendations.
For breakfast or brunch, L'Omelette (64 rue Ste Louis; Old Town) is excellent: pleasant atmosphere, huge menu for picky eaters, inexpensive, delicious, and good service. Breakfast is served all day.
For traditional Quebec food, I love Aux Anciens Canadiens (34 Rue Saint-Louis; Old Town). The lunch menu may be more suitable and affordable with a young child: http://www.auxancienscanadiens.qc.ca/.... Be sure to try the specialty drink, Chicoutai, a cocktail made from cloudberry liqueur (chicoutai), vodka, and spruce beer.
Aux Anciens Canadiens
34 Rue Saint-Louis, Quebec, QC G1R3Z1, CA
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