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Quebec offers some of the best dining choices in Canada. Don’t miss out on these fabulous culinary experiences. Get a reward card today and begin earning points, discounts and rewards toward wining and dining in one or more of the following five recommendable restaurants in Quebec.
Le Cheval de Jade
One of Quebec’s most loved restaurants is Le Cheval de Jade. Located on Saint-Jovite steet in Mont Tremblant, this charming, 1926 ancestral cottage restaurant is the perfect place for a romantic dinner or special occasion. Specializing in French cuisine, this restaurant offers candlelit dinners consisting of 300 year old registered recipes. With dishes like duck roasted in pear and port wine, grilled Alberta beef filet mignon or seared scallops in savoury sauce accompanied with a fine wine choice, diners will not be disappointed.
For the best in Italian cuisine, Quattro is the place. Located at Notre-Dame West in Montreal, Quattro offers a relaxed, contemporary atmosphere, good wine selection and scrumptious dishes. From the buffalo mozzarella to the grilled octopus to the chocolate souffle dessert, diners can all agree that Quattro is one of Montreal’s best.
Quite simply, it is the food that rates Chalet Bar-B-Q one of Montreal’s most popular restaurants. Specializing in flavorful, succulent chicken with perfect barbecue sauce and a variety of good side dishes, Chalet Bar-B-Q encourages diners to come with an empty stomach. Leave room for the delicious Boston cream pie or chocolate cake.
Big things come in small packages and that could not be more true for the Toroli restaurant. A small building off of St. Denis in Montreal, Toroli pleases in a huge way making it one of Quebec’s popular restaurants. Offering a clean, elegant setting, Toroli specialized in delicious Japanese and Asian fare. Diners can enjoy beautifully presented dishes such as white tuna in yuzu sauce or duck in caramelized apples completed by a delightful black seed ice cream dessert.
Le Grain de Sel
Situated on Saint Catherine street in Montreal is the highly recommended Le Grain de Sel restaurant specializing in French cuisine. A cozy, comfortable ambiance, attentive service and superb food where every plate is unique and fresh is what keeps diners coming back again and again. Begin with freshly made bread and an appetizer of escargots in garlic cream followed by smoked organic pork shoulder and topped off with a lemon mousse dessert.