A Foodie Guide to Québec City Now Online

Foodie Québec’s food series A Foodie Guide to Québec City is now online!

A Foodie Guide to Québec City takes you on a unique culinary journey of my favourite places in Québec City : restaurants, boutiques, coffee houses and bars where you’ll either enjoy a good meal, travel through flavours and relax with a cup of tea, coffee or cocktail.

Québec City has the highest ratio of people to restaurants in all of North America, making it hard to find unique experiences. I create A Foodie Guide to Québec City in order to help you find your way to the most authentic, farm-to-table places in Québec City. All of it sponsor-free and hosted by renowned Canadian food journalist Allison Van Rassel.

A Foodie Guide to Québec City lets you discover Québec City’s unique culinary culture in local-friendly neighbourhoods as well as tourist-friendly destinations.

The first season is dedicated to Limoilou, Saint-Jean-Baptiste, Saint-Roch and Saint-Sauveur.

WATCH A FOODIE GUIDE TO QUÉBEC CITY ONLINE HERE

You can also watch A Foodie Guide to Québec City on Bell’s TV1 channel across Canada.

The first season is dedicated to Limoilou, Saint-Jean-Baptiste, Saint-Roch and Saint-Sauveur.

Foodie Québec is currently filming season two of A Foodie Guide to Québec City which will also be aired on Bell TV1 across Canada and available on our Youtube channel this coming winter. Find out which neighbourhoods will be featured by following us online via Facebook and Instagram.

Foodie Québec is an independent, sponsor-free food blog dedicated to highlighting Québec City’s culinary culture.

 

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