Service, cost, and quality of food are hard to beat. Fish and chips, reuben, and poutine all really good.
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We had dinner here the first night, after a long day of driving. Hungry and tired, we wanted good basic food, nothing too fancy. Le Comptoir is a great spot if you want a good beef brisket sandwich and fish and chips. The beef brisket...More
our server, the owner, was from Paris moving to Quebec City some 10 years ago...delightful host with his limited English and our limited French we enjoyed wonderful food on a warm rainy evening. steaming French onion soup for me; my wife ordered a smoked meat...More
I ordered a fish and Greek under the fish and chips section. Well only 1 of the fish and chips plates actually includes fries. But the waiter doesn't tell you this. The 2 pieces of haddock were the size of a cheese-stick. Together, they did...More
We stopped in for dinner after a day of walking through Old Quebec. Reasonable prices, friendly service and great food. Definitely try the fish and chips.
We came in for dinner one night during work. It was close to work and they were good and quick. The server was great. He had lots of energy for sure. Good food.
This restaurant was close to our hotel so we decided to try it as it was less busy than other restaurants close by. They have a very simple menu and the restaurant is small and quaint. We had the classic poutine, Italian poutine, smoked meat...More
We stopped here for lunch while walking around the old city. We had the Poutine which was amazing and the clam chowder soup in a bread bowl!