Discover JS Côté's favorite restaurants in Old Quebec, where history and fine dining come together.

Old Quebec, with its cobblestone streets and historic architecture, is a must-visit destination for food lovers. JS Côté, a connoisseur of Quebec's culinary scene, shares his favorite spots where history meets fine dining.

Le Continental

Located on Saint-Louis Street, Le Continental is a classic in Old Quebec. This restaurant offers a unique dining experience with its traditional French cuisine prepared tableside. The flambéed filet mignon and the lobster Thermidor are must-tries. The elegant ambiance and impeccable service make every meal a special occasion.


Nestled in the Old Port district, L’Échaudé offers French bistro cuisine with a modern twist. The menu changes with the seasons, highlighting local products. The beef tartare and seafood are particularly appreciated. The relaxed atmosphere and warm service make it an ideal place for a dinner with friends or family.

Chez Muffy

Housed in a former maritime warehouse, Chez Muffy blends history and modernity. The cuisine, inspired by farm and sea products, is refined and flavorful. Signature dishes include Charlevoix lamb and garden vegetables. The view of the Saint Lawrence River adds an exceptional dimension to the dining experience.

Le Lapin Sauté

For an authentic and picturesque experience, Le Lapin Sauté on Petit-Champlain Street is a must. Specializing in rabbit and duck dishes, this restaurant offers rustic and delicious cuisine. The duck confit and rabbit stew are not to be missed. The flower-filled terrace in summer adds an extra touch of charm.

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