A hip hangout offering Guatemalan and Ethiopian coffees, bites from bagels to banana bread, wi-fi and live music during the summer.
The kitchen at Les Complices demonstrates lots of dedication and love for the fish, produce and livestock of the wooded South Shore and Gaspé Peninsula. Salmon tartare mussels and frites, poutine in a bourguignonne …
This bright light on the Rimouski dining scene serves delicious savory and dessert crêpes. This is very much a favorite with locals and tourists, so expect a wait.
Set in a two-story house built in 1947, this is where locals go to pig out on burgers, pasta, pizza, smoked-meat sandwiches and other forms of Québec home cooking – cozy, stick-to-your-ribs stuff, and tasty to boot.