Restaurants and dining options in Quebec

Montreal and Quebec City offer old world charm right at home. highly cultured, zesty, and historic. The St. Lawrence River and the Gaspe delight those looking for rural charm on the seashore. The Eastern Townships are a Garden of Eden for nature lovers! Hiking, cycling and horseback-riding trails abound in this holiday haven. The boreal forests of the Far North provide wilderness adventures, hunting and fishing. The Appalachian mountain chain is a hotspot for hikers and skiers.

Quebec has numerous golf courses, and enormous lakes, perfect for swimming or boating, are everywhere you look! Here and there, long rivers flow under old covered bridges. Picturesque villages with Anglo-Saxon charm flourish with theatre, art galleries and antique shops. Victorian-style houses have been converted into quaint inns and bed and breakfasts. Country-style restaurants, sugar shacks, vineyards and cider houses are everywhere in this land blessed by nature. Vacation this year in the Belle Province, Quebec!

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Chic-Alors est une pizzeria à Cap-Rouge dans la région de Québec. CHIC ALORS! joue astucieusement et délicieusement la carte des saveurs, de la créativité et de l’ambiance urbaine.

Established in May 2012, KINTON RAMEN is the first authentic Japanese ramen bar in Toronto. Focusing deeply on the ramen in the kitchen, executive chef Aki Urata is uncompromising in his pursuit to serve the best quality noodles and broth. Our chefs prepare each and every topping, using only the freshest and highest quality ingredients. At KINTON RAMEN we invite you to experience a variety of exceptional ramen bowls, right down to the last drop.

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