625 Boulevard de Comporte
La Malbaie, QC G5A 1T1
Phone: (418) 665-3733
Fax: (418) 665-7758
Located near Mont Ste-Anne, about a half hour east of Quebec City, this restaurant offers some of the finest French and French-Canadian cuisine in the region. The dining room, set within a 300-year-old home, is bright yet intimate, the service unobtrusive but unfailingly friendly. Chef Philippe Robitaille, meanwhile, specializes in flamboyant presentation and a combination of traditional and foreign flavors. Entrees a traditional Quebec glazed duck breast with apples, cranberries, foie gras, and red cabbage. The homemade desserts are an event in themselves.
Bistro Café Summum is the brainchild of Maxence Raymond and Benedict Morin. With its sleek industrial look and warm colors, it is an inviting space to dine for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Their menu is a fusion of Quebec specialties and other dishes such as burgers and pizzas. It also has influences of the French style of cooking. Freshly prepared, their creative food is delightful to taste. Complement your meal with wine or beer. They also host occasional live music.
This welcoming sugar shack is located on Île d'Orléans, in a large log house. Guests may discover and enjoy traditional Quebec cuisine with dishes like pea soup, ham and eggs cooked in maple syrup, and maple crêpes at Cabane à Sucre L'Entailleur. After a generous meal, everyone goes outside to taste warm, sweet maple taffy snow which is warm maple syrup poured across clean snow to form a thick, sweet mixture. Then, guests can go for a walk in the sugar bush and tour the sugar shack's modern installation for making maple syrup.
Proudly standing atop a hill overlooking Montmorency Falls, the St Lawrence River, and Île d'Orléans, this famous Manoir Montmorency restaurant offers fine dining in breathtaking surroundings. Lamb fillet with braised vegetables and tomato fondue, smoked salmon and herb cream sauce with oregano oil and grilled pine nuts, duck lasagna and caramelized onions, and other creative dishes make for a memorable menu, which is accompanied by an interesting and diverse wine list.
This sugar shack is located in the heart of the Laurentian Mountains. Érablière du Lac-Beauport has its own Maple Museum, where guests learn about the history and evolution of the maple industry. There is also a Maple Shop where one can buy plenty of treats to bring home. Still, it is the homemade food that wins the most acclaim here. Simple, traditional sugar shack meals are prepared in front of the guests and served at very reasonable prices. The space can accommodate over 300 guests where traditional folk musicians play to brighten the evenings.