On the menu in Quebec City: local food and skilled craftsmanship
The new partners in Quebec City bring market cuisine inspired by ancestral techniques.
Le Griendel, Craft Brewery
When at the craft brewery that is Le Griendel, there’s a good chance you’ll overhear some good old-fashioned French drinking expressions, like “Aubergiste, à boire!” Don’t wait for a cue to choose from among 24 taps, including beers that are brewed on site, local microbreweries, and fizzy drinks like kombucha, the homemade lemonade, or the iced tea. You’ll also discover several seasonal options and a simple and bistro-inspired menu, all under the three watchwords of the house: quality, innovation and amazement.
Crédit: Etienne L'Image, via Griendel, Brasserie artisanale's Facebook page)
OS, neighbourhood rotisserie
Neighbourhood rotisserie OS brings you organic chicken from Quebec cooked in a rotisserie imported from France—right to the heart of the popular Limoilou neighbourhood. You’ll find a laid-back atmosphere that warmly welcomes both local families and small groups of friends. Just the homemade Garam Masala barbecue sauce and the apple quarters fried in chicken cooking juices alone are said to be worth the detour.
Crédit: Elias Djemil, via Os, rôtisserie de quantier's Facebook page)
Le Bureau de poste
Located in a 100-year-old building in the Saint-Roch neighbourhood, Le Bureau de poste serves up a big menu of options all at a small price: $4.95. The concept was imported from Vancouver, where the owners operate several restaurants, including The Capital. The same Quebec-native skaters who left for Vancouver 20 years ago are back in town to bring you a range of dishes, ranging from mac ’n’ cheese burgers to meal salads and pierogi. The vibe’s friendly and laid-back—perfect for after-work or après-ski drinks.
Crédit: Bureau de poste, via Bureau de poste's Facebook page)
[Cover picture via Griendel', brasserie artisanale's Facebook page]
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