Where to go in Quebec City for a Sunday brunch

Starting at 10 am, Quebec City is full of good restaurants where you can go for Sunday brunch. While many of these restaurants do not offer breakfast during the week, they offer a kickin’ brunch come Sunday. Whether as a family, a couple or with friends, here are some great ideas that will be real treats for your taste buds.

Le Clocher Penché

1
203, rue Saint-Joseph E, Québec, QC G1K 3B1

The reputation of this restaurant is second to none. Its gourmet cuisine has conquered the heart of Quebec City residents who often come here for the gourmet breakfast menu. Many of their dishes circle around eggs, a star breakfast item, but for the more adventurous, you also have the opportunity to try salmon tartare and grapefruit emulsion, semi-cooked albacore tuna or even boudin noir (black pudding). Their breakfast is truly sensational!

Chez Boulay Bistro Boréal

2
1110, rue Saint-Jean, Québec, QC G1R 1S4

The restaurant Chez Boulay is recognized for its excellent boreal (northern) cuisine, brilliant put together by the chef. The egg is again in the spotlight, but we’re not referring to the classic "eggs, bacon, sausage and potatoes”; here, the menu is original. You can choose between crêpes and breakfast poutine, or even between meat and fish – there are so many choices! Of course, everything is served in the spirit of breakfast.

Bistro B

3
1144, av Cartier, Québec, QC G1R 2S5

You've surely heard great reviews about Bistro B's evening menu. They also offer a Sunday brunch menu that, like their evening one, is rather unique and changes every season. In the autumn, for example, it is possible to enjoy French toast and salmon gravlax for breakfast.

Ciel! Bistro-Bar Tournant

4
1225 cours du Général-de Montcalm, Québec, QC G1R 4W6

The breakfast menu of Ciel ! is served as three-course meal. The first course allows one to fill up on fruit before tackling the second course, which is the "plat de résistance." During this main course, you are offered a selection of omelettes, crêpes, smoked meat or semi-smoked salmon. The final course is made up of a dessert or a sweet morning treat. The breakfast menu at Ciel! proves to be a great selection of delicious dishes.

Le Pied Bleu Charcuterie

5
179, rue Saint-Vallier O, Québec, QC G1K 1J9

Le pied bleu is recognized for the quality of its homemade cured meats, and its breakfast menu is no exception. There are a variety of ways to enjoy their cured meat, or you can opt for a slightly more traditional breakfast with eggs, ham, and bacon or crêpes.

Billig Le

6
481, rue Saint-Jean, Québec, QC G1R 1P5

If you fancy a crêpe or a traditional Breton galette (pancake), this crêperie will satisfy your desires. The sweet and savoury breakfasts are served with fresh fruit or a salad. And if you wish, you can have your crêpe flambéed.

Café du Monde

7
84, rue Dalhousie, Québec, QC G1K 8M5

If you fancy a more classic breakfast, Café du monde is the perfect restaurant for you. It offers Quebec classics, eggs Benedict and delicious omelettes. A small bonus: all of the breakfast selections are served with fresh fruit.

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