Le Cochon Dingue
Outside the Château Frontenac, along the riverfront, this 425m-long promenade is a marvelous setting for a stroll, with dramatic views...
Patinoire de la Terrasse
A kind of ice rink gets set up here every winter and is ideal for families and children to putter around on. Skate rentals on-site.
Dating from 1688, Our Lady of Victories Church is the oldest stone church in North America. It stands on the spot where Champlain set up...
Various theater productions take place here in the summer. During the rest of the year this is a great place to see Québec’s most...
Le Lapin Sauté
This cozy, rustically set restaurant brings a breath of the French countryside into the Old Town. Naturally lapin (rabbit) plays a...
46 Blvd Champlain · interesting places nearby
Le Cochon Dingue information
Since 1979 this ever-popular choice has been serving visitors and locals straight-ahead French standbys, from café au lait en bôl to croque monsieur, sandwiches, steak frites, salads, mussels or quiche. It’s all good day-to-day food and a kid-friendly place to boot. There’s outside seating in warm weather for crowd-watching.