Poutine is Québec’s national dish, whether we like it or not. Poutine is a highly caloric combination of fries, cheese and gravy. It is the Quebecois favourite comfort food where every génération has an opinion about quality. Its origins are debated (Victoriaville or Drummondville?), its ingredients questioned (It’s a heart attack on a plate !?!) and part of many-a-drunken adventures. Above all pleasures or disgraces … Continue reading Quebec City’s Best Poutines
The Cruffin has finally made it to Québec City. And consumers are going head over heals for it!
I am a fan of pastry artist Gabrielle Rivard-Hiller. The interest began after tasting her delectable pastries at the Au Pied de Cochon Sugar Shack in 2013.
As part of Foodie Québec’s 5th anniversary celebrations, Foodie Québec is launching Brewing Québec, the very first English-language web-documentary series highlighting the talent of some of Québec City’s best craft brewers.
Québec City’s latest coffee house called Mayflower recently opened on Avenue Myrand in Ste-Foy and it just might be the geekiest coffee-centric place in town. Head coffee geeks behind the Mayflower are owners Louis Roy-Couture and Florence Lahoud-Douville, two young entrepreneurs in their 20s and …full-time students at Laval University!!! I use the word “geek” in a very positive way here. I’ve coffee crawled … Continue reading Québec City’s Geek Coffee House
From Beauport to Sainte-Foy, here’s a quick list of my favourite Mexican joints in Québec City.
From Malaysia to Toronto by way of Montreal, rolled ice cream has made its way to Québec City. Made from fresh cream, fruit and a variety of sweet, sweet flavours like cotton candy and Oreo, rolled ice cream is ready to be the frozen treat of your summer.