There is something special about Chez Boulay – Bistro Boréal. Besides being a foodie heaven and providing the best restaurant experience in the entire Quebec Province, it has a pure and honest philosophy. In fact, not only ingredients are sourced locally and crafted out from the boreal forest but the restaurant also has a social commitment to charities.
Île d’Orléans – also known as the “Garden of Quebec” – is a perfect destination for cyclist or families for a day trip from Quebec City. Located in the Saint-Lawrence river, Île d’Orléans is an enchanting island where you can experience agri-tourism, scenery and heritage. The island has many breathtaking viewpoints, including one over the Montmorency Falls.
What a better treat than going to one of the most beautiful areas of Quebec to celebrate its national day? Located only 3 hours drive away from Montreal, Le Massif de Charlevoix is a perfect destination for the long week-end of “La Saint-Jean”. The number of activities to do in the area are endless, which is a good excuse for renting a chalet with friends for a couple of days.
Do you sometimes feel like going back in time? Or like eating at one of those restaurants that you used to see on cheesy American movies such as Grease? If your answer is yes, then look no further than Zak’s Diner in Ottawa.
In March, we visited Ottawa and went for dinner at Fauna which is awarded 4th best restaurant of the capital city and 65th best restaurant in the country as per Canada’s 100 best restaurants 2017 list.
Oh My God! Such a pity Gargantua is just a myth and can’t get a chance to try the bottomless meal from the fantastic sugar shack Labranche. Needless to say that this is an opportunity for us to actually play that role for a few hours by stuffing ourselves with yummy dishes from Quebec and tons of maple syrup.