Café le Sultan
Located in the St-Jean-Baptiste neighborhood, this place rents and repairs all sorts of bikes. It also has lots of high-quality...
Located in the St-Jean-Baptiste neighborhood, this place rents, makes and repairs all sorts of bikes. It also has lots of high-quality...
This colossus completely dominates its area on the southwest end of Rue St-Jean. The first church was built in 1842 but was destroyed by...
It's been around for over 10 years, but this watering hole has taken off in a big way recently and night owls start or end their revelry...
This Breton-owned eatery excels at crispy galettes (buckwheat-flour crepes) with traditional fillings such as ham and cheese, along with...
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Lonely Planet review
This warm, cozy café is head and shoulders above the normal, soulless Lebanese fast-food restaurant. There are hookah pipes in the windows, music playing in the background, oriental tapestries and tiny tables. The service isn’t particularly friendly but the atmosphere is terrific. Try the merguez (spicy lamb sausage), falafel or the leg of lamb.