The top Asian bring-your-own-wine restaurants in Quebec City

Grab your favourite bottle of wine and head to one of these Asian bring-your-own-wine restaurants in downtown Quebec City for a meal sans headache. Each place has a little something that makes it charming and a specialty that will keep you coming back.

Bati Bassak

1
125, rue Saint-Joseph E, Québec, QC G1K 3A8

Don’t take chances – reserve ahead of time! The Bati Bassak is always full, a sure sign that the menu is worth seeing. Fans of spicy flavours succumb to Thai shrimp and curry soup, and know that the General Tao chicken is one of the best in Quebec City.

Thao Louise Luong

2
1668, 1Re av, Québec, QC G1L 3L6

What sets Pho Saigon apart are their hearty soups and the care they take in the presentation of their dishes.

Restaurant Soria

3
145, rue Saint-Vallier O, Québec, QC G1K 1J9

One feature of Soria is that they offer fried spinach that fans will find very little of these days. In addition to that speciality, they offer the usual Vietnamese dishes to satisfy your craving.

Restaurant Shogun

4
98 Rue Saint-Vallier O, Québec, QC G1K 1J8

Completely renovated after being heavily damaged by a fire a few years ago, Shogun came back strong! You can find something for everyone here, including a selection of sushi and tartare.

Restaurant Jardin du Vietnam

5
260, rue Saint-Vallier O, Québec, QC G1K 1K2

At the Jardin du Vietnam, you should know that the owner is talked about as much as the menu! A menu must-try is "la danse autour du flambeau" ("dance around the torch"), a dish for two people that warms the taste buds.

Restaurant Kim

6
441, rue Saint-Vallier O, Québec, QC G1K 1L1

Chez Kim is the steakhouse of Asian restaurants! Featured on the menu: filet mignon and lobster. For those who prefer to stick to Asian specialties, opt for a bento box to share.

Restaurant Thang Long

7
869, cote d'Abraham, Québec, QC G1R 1A4

A tip: dress lightly to eat at Thang Long! The tiny restaurant fills up quickly, offering, as a result, a warm atmosphere, not to mention the food alone is spicy enough to raise the temperature.

Chez Soi La Chine

8
27, rue Sainte-Angèle, Québec, QC G1R 4G5

Fans of Chinoiserie, such as dumplings or chicken in five flavours, will find their happiness in this small restaurant, a well-kept secret in Old Quebec.

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