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Lunch Spots

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Lunch Spots

Hey,

I will be heading to QC this coming weekend and I was looking for some recommendations on lunch spots.

We are looking for something more the on the light side (sammy's, salads, etc) as we will be going out for fancy dinners and don't want to be full. Any suggestions?

We are staying in Old Quebec so preferably something walkable.

Also, anything with a patio maybe?

Thanks!

k

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1. Re: Lunch Spots

http://www.lepetitcochondingue.com/ Is a great spot for a light lunch, nice little terrasse and good prices too. In the Lower Town.

http://www.paillard.ca/en/company/ Is on Rue St Jean in the Upper Town, great food, salads, sandwiches. Lots of imagination.

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2. Re: Lunch Spots

Perfect!

Just what I was looking for.

Thanks.

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3. Re: Lunch Spots

You can have lunch/brunch at Café du Monde in the Maritime Terminal.

Crepes could be another kind of lunch/brunch option, 3 or 4 places around for that, but really central Le Petit Chateau next door to Chateau Frontenac on Saint-Louis Street.

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4. Re: Lunch Spots

Au Petit coin breton, across the street from McDonalds on St-Jean. Very good crepes (desert or entrées) and salads, convivial and quite cheap actually.

In St-Jean-Baptiste neighbourhood (St-Jean St west of the western wall) : bistro Billig for crêpes, 526 St-Jean St. Also you can order fresh sandwiches at the Italian-owned Épicerie Européenne, 560 St-Jean. While you,re there, do not miss a visit to J.A. Moisan, the oldest grocery store in the country still in operation - a real stepback in time, breads, cold cuts, cheeses, and a LOAD of delicacies.

If you find yourselves in Lower Town: nouvo St-Roch neighbourhood: La Boîte à pain, 289 St-Joseph St. Deli sandwiches made to order, and on Saturday they bake a mean blue cheese and nuts bread....; antiquaries neighbourhood: Buffet de l'Antiquaire, 95 St-Paul St.

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5. Re: Lunch Spots

Thank-you!

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