Vegetarian destinations in Quebec City

Whether we like to enjoy it from time to time or while following a diet, vegetarian cuisine, which has become more and more fashionable, is making its way onto the menu of a significant number of Quebec City restaurants. Here are a few of them that stand out.

Qui lu crü

1
1700 1er Avenue, Québec, QC G1L 3L7

Dedicated to living food – vegan, organic, gluten-free and raw – all while focusing on regional products, this small restaurant located on 1st Avenue in Charlesbourg offers a unique take on familiar food such as spaghetti (made from zucchini) and caesar salad (made with romaine lettuce and zucchini bacon). Enjoy on-site dining in their sleek, bright environment or take your meal to go.

Le Clocher Penché

2
203, rue Saint-Joseph E, Québec, QC G1K 3B1

On the menu of this renowned bistro on rue Saint-Joseph East, you can find, during both lunch and dinner, excellent vegetarian dishes that you will not regret ordering. While the menu changes according to the chef's inspiration and what he discovers at the market, the quality and flavour are always excellent.

Le 65=Soixante Cing

3
78, Côte du Passage, Lévis, QC G6V 5S7

In a minimalist and refined environment along Passage à Lévis, Le Soixante 5 serves simple and tasty vegetarian and vegan cuisine, with a lunch menu that changes daily. They also offer also vegan beers and wines.

Galerie Art'chipel + L'Îlot

4
7 rue St-Louis, Québec, QC G6V 4E2

Still on the Rive-Sud (south shore), on rue Saint-Louis in Lévis, L’îlot adjoins the art gallery Galerie Art’chipel and is dedicated to "crusine" (preparation of uncooked food) and to slow food. In the summertime, you can enjoy their raw food dishes on the beautiful garden terrace. Note: breakfast is also served here, along with a nice selection of Camellia Sinensis teas.

Crudessence

5
5445, av de Gaspé, Montréal, QC H2T 3B2

On Rue de la Concorde in Lévis, the health supermarket Avril hosts a Crudessence counter that features organic product-based living cuisine (vegan, raw and gluten-free). You can also fill up on small takeaway dishes.

Becoming a parent is often synonymous with "brunching often." When you have kids, it’s just that much easier to go out for lunch than for a three-hour dinner! Here are are a few places where the brats are welcome, without skimping on quality or ambiance for mum and dad.
Coffee fanatics will tell you: to test the talent of a barista (or "master of the coffee machine"), nothing beats an espresso. So, prepare your small cups, because the following establishments will give you quite a caffeine boost!
From April 12 to 24, gourmets and foodies of all kinds will flock to Quebec restaurants as part of the sixth edition of food festival Québec Exquis! 2016. For the occasion, 20 chefs are paired with 20 food producers to offer lunch menus ($20) and dinner menus ($40 or $50), balanced with Beaujolais wines. Here are the duos.
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