Top Choice Pizza in Chicoutimi

La Parizza

Pizza, objectively, is awesome. The Québec obsession with terroir ingredients is also awesome. When these two culinary concepts collide, you get La Parizza, which features such brilliant creations as margherita pizz…
Fusion in Tadoussac

Chez Mathilde

The stellar chef at this cute little house utilizes plenty of local produce in his creative, though limited, menu. The innovative dishes, cooked to perfection, are served up alongside a view of the port from an airy…
Diner in Tadoussac


Despite its truck-stop-like appearance and attached line of generic motel rooms, Chantmartin is a good, rapid stop for everything from poutine and pizza to crab, prawns and roast chicken, and some damn fine truck-st…
Burgers in Chicoutimi

Rouge Burger Bar

This build-your-own-burger bar has got a good thing going when it comes to meat on buns. There's a tonne of poutines and burger component options, from lamb to salmon to veg to good old beef, as well as a ridiculous…
Cafe in Tadoussac

Café Bohème

The village's hangout of choice is a prime place for a breakfast of fruit and yogurt or a panino, or just to sip fair-trade coffee among the local intellectuals. Later in the day, choose between dishes such as duck …
Québécois in Tadoussac

La Galouïne

Local ingredients dominate the table here, from fresh scallops out of the bay to venison caught from the woods. A rather extensive wine list makes it that much easier to enjoy your evening.
Pub Food in L’Anse St Jean

Bistro de L'Anse

This is a popular local hub where you can catch live music on the weekends and tuck into sandwiches, salad and pasta on the verandah.
Pub Food in Chicoutimi

La Voie Maltée

This might be a personal preference, but when we go exploring fjords, we like to wrap the day up with a beer from a local microbrewery served alongside some fish and chips. Or grilled sausage, local salmon, smoked c…
Québécois in Tadoussac

Restaurant Le Bateau

A great view comes with the buffet of traditional Québec workers' fare at this friendly restaurant. Fill up on Lac St Jean meat pie, followed by blueberry, sugar or vinegar pie.