Lynn and I shared the goal of finding some good poutine. The common variety is a dish of French fries with mild white cheese curds, melted with gravy. We received a recommendation from a lovely woman at Le Chateau Frontenac for Quebec's best poutine.
Off we went to Le Chic Shack, where instead of fries, large wedges of potatoes are fried then hand smashed allowing better absorption of the delicious black pepper gravy. Comfort food at its best, however we passed on the black beer milkshake.
Apologies to the vegetarians for the rest of this post. Across the street from out hotel was a Van Houtte Cafe, only found in Quebec. A cross between Starbucks and Tim Hortons with really good food. We had the autumn special of a pulled pork, brie, spinach and sliced apple sandwich with your choice of two sides. I chose the quinoa and the jardiniere salads.
Our last dinner of the trip was at the amazing le Clocher Penche (the leaning tower) for local filet of piglet and prawn and octopus linguine.