Comfort Inn Airport
7320 boul. Wilfrid-Hamel
Ste. Foy, QC G2G 1C1
Phone: (418) 872-5038
Fax: (418) 872-1905
Douceurs Belges is a charming restaurant better known for its wonderful Belgian cuisine, complemented by an enormous selection of imported beer. Located near the junction of the Henri-IV and de la Capitale autoroutes, a few minutes west of Quebec City, the diner is especially noted for its unbeatable lunch specials. Start with warm goat's cheese soup or seafood mousse, choose from a selection of main courses, enjoy a freshly-made dessert and coffee and then be on your way at a price you won't believe. This is a real hidden gem.
This relaxed restaurant in the heart of Sainte-Foy features a varied menu and a great view of the Laurentian Mountains. Simple yet flavorful dishes are served at affordable prices. From lamb to pasta and roast beef to seafood, there is something for everyone. Every month, the chef selects a theme to spice up the menu and designs dishes accordingly. Their discovery menu is quite a highlight, which includes a complete meal and a bottle of wine.
Known for his artisanal confections, Eric Borderon is a renowned French-Canadian patisserie chef. His boulangerie in Sillery is much sought out for various fresh baked country breads and pastries. Apart from a great range of baked goodies, this little joint also serves sumptuous luncheons, salads and gourmet sandwiches. Open all week, Eric Borderon makes for a nifty lunch spot.
Create some sweet memories with your loved ones at Érablière le Chemin du Roy, where you get a chance to relish maple sugar based meals. One could also enjoy cultural events and shop for some fine quality maple syrup here. Their ‘Breakfast of Yesteryears’ package offers not just a delicious buffet with maple infused dishes, but also an opportunity to learn about the process behind making maple syrup. Check website for more details.
Ginger is for you, if you happen to be a meat and fish lover. They have a take-out sushi menu that is quite good, but for the full experience you need to have a meal at the restaurant and order their shrimp-scallop tartar or calamari, along with a filet mignon or sirloin steak. Their Nordic cod and tomato salsa is delicious, along with a good range of salads, pastas and pizzas as well. Service could be a little leisurely, but the staff is very friendly and polite. Hit the dance floor in the late evenings and do not miss their Divine Mondays and Mix It Thursdays.
Located in Ste-Foy, Restaurant Momento is located on Chemin Ste-Foy. Besides offering a range of Southern Italian delicacies, this restaurant boasts of a warm, friendly service and a great ambiance. Everything on the menu, from the appetizers to entrees to desserts, is exquisite and made using freshest, seasonal ingredients available. Drop in soon for a great meal.
This restaurant, located in the incomparably-stylish ALT Hotel Quebec City in Ste-Foy, features eclectic post-modern décor and impeccable service. The menu at Bistango offers a variety, one would expect from a hotel restaurant, but of far superior quality. Intriguing appetizers include the Tuna Tataki with asparagus tips and blue potatoes. Main courses include pastas like fusilli with lobster, pine nuts, roasted peppers, pesto and tomato, a variety of steaks and seafood like salmon with spinach, goat's cheese and vinaigrette. The wine list is also a definite point of pride.
Flash Cafe is a perfect restaurant for those who miss the '50s, or for those who want to know what the decade was like. This restaurant is located in the Place de la Cité mall in Sainte-Foy. The 24-hour restaurant serves burgers, poutine, sandwiches, shakes and other such specialties of the '50s. Kids will also love the place. Some businessmen even bring their colleagues and clients here for fun and change of atmosphere.
Cactus is one of the few Mexican restaurants in Quebec City. Located in the suburb of Sainte-Foy, near Laval University, this welcoming restaurant is where business people go for lunch and university students go to have fun at night. Fajitas, chicken wings, potato skins, Burritos and Quesadillas are among the most popular items. Summer finds most folks on the popular terrace, perhaps sipping on a margarita or putting a dent in a pitcher of sangria.
Named after a traditional Aboriginal dish, this is city's only Native Canadian restaurant. Located on the Wendake Indian Reserve, about 20 minutes from the Old City, the specialty here is game meats like buffalo, deer, and caribou. The dining area is furnished in traditional decor. Guests enjoy dishes like buffalo stew, flambéed deer with brandy, and conserve of duck pizza. If you are in the mood for something different, Sagamité is definitely the place to go. Other simpler choices are on the menu for those not quite ready for the complete Aboriginal culinary experience.
A gastropub, Québec Broue has two branches, of which this one is located at Vanier. With a hip and cool ambiance, the bar is often filled with youngsters from the neighborhood. Along with the wide range of beers on offer, it also serves an elaborate menu of burgers, pizzas, and other stand-out dishes like Filet mignon de boeuf and Moules et frites. A good range of desserts like Framboisier and Avalanche a l `érable are also served, to end your meal on a sweet note.
A chain of restaurants, this one specializes in serving different varieties of sushi and Japanese delicacies. Located in at Chemin Sainte-Foy, it lies in the Saint Sacrament neighborhood of Quebec City. With an unpretentious ambiance, the place seems a great option for a casual lunch or dinner. Fresh ingredients, authentic flavors and friendly service, is what makes them so famous. While here, don't forget to try their Shrimp Tempura, Salmon tatare maki, Nigiri Syake and Tonkotsu Soup. Prices are pocket-friendly and take-away service remains available.