Where to eat during Festival d’été de Québec

When Quebec City’s Festival D’été is in full throttle, the city’s downtown core is bursting with music lovers from all over the world. But, no matter how good the music is, you’re stomach is bound to scream its desire for food. Fear not festival goers, Foodie in Quebec City has got you covered with a list of must-eats (and drink!) during Festival d’été de Québec. … Continue reading Where to eat during Festival d’été de Québec

Where Desert Tastes Like Unicorn Tears

Limoilou is one of Quebec’s most popular neighbourhoods for locavore enthusiasts. Everything one needs is at walking distance: butcher, bakeries, cheese, chocolates, pastries and coffee. In the summer, Limoilou even has its own farmer’s market. Limoilou is home to a unique array of artists and their workshop: ceramists, painters, musicians and Québec City’s jewelry school. And after a few visits to Limoilou, the effervescent 3e … Continue reading Where Desert Tastes Like Unicorn Tears

Cuisinez St-Roch 2

How wonderful was this second edition of Cuisinez St-Roch? Magnificent! The day started off with uncertain temperature and rain showers. By the time we had decided to leave, somewhere around 1pm, the rain was falling down pretty hard at my place. I live a 20 km drive from downtown and strangely enough, even for a relatively short distance, there’s a change in temperature between my … Continue reading Cuisinez St-Roch 2