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So much to see, smell and enjoy. If JA Moisan does not have the treat that you are looking for, perhaps it does not exist.
Room after room provides a huge selection of items to tempt your taste buds.
We chose a few varieties of...More
What a charming & totally cute épicerie!
The oldest in N America i think. Takes you back in time & make you travel in so many countries while wandering & getting lost in there.
Must visit while in Quebec!!! Great for souvenirs, gifts, food items...More
Worthwhile stop if you are a bit of a foodie and want to check out items you don't see in a lot of stores. They do have the usual more high end products and prices for quality are inline, so if you want to see...More
Your mouth starts to water when you walk in. The desserts, cheeses, cured meats, and wines. Our hotel room had a small fridge, and we couldn't resist. There were lots of prepared deli style foods that looked great, but we had no time to try....More
Recently been in Quebec. While on a Cisceron Food tour of old Quebec our group walked by it and after the food tour I dropped by. My neice from New Brunswick suggested I stop by. It’s on St Jean Street outside of the enclosed wall...More
This place is amazing and has all sorts of unique food products - from specialty teas, to unique cheeses and spices. It has it all. I could have easily spent hours in here. Oh, and they have black garlic - which isn't easy to find....More
Stopped into this shop during a recent Canada trip with family of four, with kids 7 and 11 years of age. The sign at this quaint grocery on Rue St Jean outside of Old Quebec indicates that it was established in 1871, making it the...More
This is a destination -- not just for the history and distinction but because it's a fun and happening place. It's a wonderful little grocery and novelty store to stop by and spend some time looking at the products, new and old. You will find...More
We have been here on a couple of our Québec trips and always look forward to exploring the deep recesses of this epicerie that takes one back in time to the days of general stores run by families, not massive faceless corporations. We usually leave...More