Le Café du Monde
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Le Café du Monde information
This Paris-style bistro is the only restaurant in town directly on the St Lawrence River, although actually getting a table with a view can sometimes be a challenge. Bright, airy and casually elegant, it swears by bistro classics like steak frites and duck confit, but there’s also a great choice of other dishes, from grilled salmon to deer stew.
Gourmet breakfasts ($14 to $20) are served on weekends, and local Québec produce is featured throughout the menu.