The wait at beginning seemed a bit long before we saw a waiter/waitress but once food was ordered it came out at a good pace. The fried noodles were the best I've had.
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Walking in to Apsara we were immediately fixated upon the beautiful Southeast Asian decor. Everything was so clean, decorated beautifully and romantically lit with a pleasant elegance. We were then greeted by the owners who were so warm, welcoming and happy to discuss all of...More
I visited Quebec City on a business trip with a limited allowance for dinners. Although the food here was tasty and fresh, I left hungry. I ordered the shrimp and pork cold roll, and was surprised to get only one roll for the $5 price...More
We couldn't help but notice this place as it is on the same block a our hotel. I wondered whether it would be worth visiting, since it seemed to have a fairly extensive menu, but the hotel staff recommended it so we went. We were...More
After reading Apsara's posted menu, I had to return for dinner. This restaurant specializes in Thai, Vietnamese and Cambodian cuisine. I haven't eaten the latter since visiting Cambodia years ago and I really hoped that Aspara could come close to the wonderful dishes I had...More
Apsara is the BEST Cambodian restaurant I've visited throughout all my travels to Southeast Asia, Europe and North America! The service is very personable and attentive. I recommend the following: Flower of Pailin (vegetables rolled with rice papers); Mou Sati (pork satee); Tom Yam soup...More
My wife and I dined here our final night in Quebec City during our driving tour of the 'route of flavor' along the St. Lawrence River northeast of the City. Our hotel recommended it highly. Spot-on!
Food was excellent, very flavourful. Service was excellent. Very good value and food was fresh. There was nice atmosphere and staff were friendly
The restaurant serves a variety of Cambodian, Thai, and Vietnamese foods. The restaurant is located in Old Quebec but on a quiet street. The receptionist was very accommodating and assured us that she would have a place for us if we waited.As soon as you...More
Ate the Tridara from the set menu. My wife is Cambodian and said the food was authentic and the best she has eaten outside of her home country. Friendly family run restaurant with a great story written in the menu of 12 family members escaping...More