Restaurants in Quebec

A plate of French fries heaped with cheese curds and gravy can be a recipe for disaster, but if the potatoes are twice-fried crisp, the curds squeaky-fresh, and the gravy from scratch, the Quebecoise dish known as poutine can be a cheap-eats feast. It is a specialty of casse-croûtes (snack bars) all along the roads of the province, where French fries are almost everywhere extraordinary. In fact, another colloquial name for a casse-croute is cabane a patates (spud shack). In these roadside drive-ins, you’ll also find “le hot dog Michigan” topped with Bolognese sauce and a bunned sandwich known as a guedille (like a fully dressed hot dog without the meat). Foodies flock to Montreal for its version of pastrami known as smoked meat and for chewy little bagels boiled in honey water and cooked in a wood-fired oven.

Quebec’s Most Famous Dishes

Freshly baked assorted bagels for sale, hung on wall pegs


Finely chopped pork and cole slaw piled in a bun

Barbecue Sandwich

Plated roast chicken in a pool of savory natural juices

Chicken Dishes

Quebec’s Best Restaurants

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