Amazing nacho spots in Quebec City

Nachos may have been invented in Mexico, but they are enthusiastically embraced in Quebec City. Locals can't get enough! Whether you share them with a friend or keep them all to yourself, you can satisfy a case of the munchies with the delicious nachos available at these great city spots.

Casa Mexicana

1
853B, av Myrand, Québec, QC G1V 2V8

Experience everything Mexican cuisine has to offer at La Casa Mexicana as you enjoy the colourful atmosphere of a small Mexican village. The favourite nacho dish, Petit Nachos de la Casa, is topped with cheese gratiné, guacamole, sour cream, tomatoes, onions, olives and coriander. It comes with your choice of meat: chicken, beef, chorizo (sausage) or shrimp. The dish tastes even better when you pair it with a margarita!

Pub De L'Oncle Antoine

2
29, rue Saint-Pierre, Québec, QC G1K 3Z3

Sit on the patio or cozy up by the fire in this historic building, built in 1754, which was the former home of entrepreneur and merchant Marie-Anne Barbel. Sample a wide variety of scotches and whiskeys or local craft beers, and enjoy a nacho dish or two, served in a basket and piled high with melted cheese, olives and onions. Share a meal with friends for a memorable night out.

Pub Saint-Alexandre

3
1087, Rue Saint-Jean, Québec, QC G1R 1S3

Celebrating 25 years in business, Le Pub Saint-Alexandre is an authentic English pub in the heart of old Quebec. Enjoy live jazz and blues and folk music (eight shows a week) as you indulge in your choice of over 250 of the world's finest beers. The Nachos du Pub dish is covered in black olives, bruschetta, sautéed mushrooms, green onions, corn, bacon and melted mozzarella cheese. If you're very hungry, you can choose to add savoury smoked meat or chicken.

Bar L'Inox

4
655, Grande Allée E, Québec, QC G1R 2K4

Not just a place to eat, L'Inox lets you enjoy a game of billiards or foosball as you select your favourite tune on the jukebox, or you can sit outside and relax on the beautiful patio. The main nacho dish is covered in cheese, salsa, olives and sour cream. Consider pairing it with one of the many refreshing craft beers available.

Café Buade

5
31, rue de Buade, Québec, QC G1R 4A2

Established in 1919 and located in old Quebec, Café Buade has a casual yet elegant atmosphere. You can enjoy typical American fare in the proudly proclaimed oldest restaurant in the city, conveniently located just five minutes from Château Frontenac. The popular nachos dish consists of corn chips topped with salsa, red onions, green peppers, jalapeños, olives and sour cream, all smothered in melted Tex-Mex cheese.

Good things come in small packages. That's especially true when you consider how much flavour can be packed into that classic pub-food favourite: the chicken wing. Whether you like 'em hot and spicy or sweet and tangy, chicken wings deliver big taste in a compact form. When you're craving a pile of yummy, sticky, chicken goodness, here's where you'll find it in Victoria.
Tired of the same old same old? Switch it up a little and go on the hunt for a fabulous hot dog. This American street food is no longer just for ball parks and barbecues. Throughout Quebec City you'll find everything from the most basic steamed dog to gourmet hot dogs you never would have imagined.
If you need a bite to eat before heading home after a night on the town, there are plenty of restaurants from which to choose in Quebec City. Whether you're seeking a light snack or a full meal, the ideal establishment awaits in this city. Check out this handy list to find the place that suits you best.
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