Drinks needed a instruction manual One meal served cold not once but twice. Fish dinner was very bland.
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We have been twice for breakfast and once for lunch. We love it. For breakfast have the French toast and then float into a sugar coma...but it is worth it. When the French toast came out I wasn't sure what to think. The sauce looked...More
We had not read any reviews and didn't realize before we went in that this is one of the oldest restaurant/diners in the city, which I guess explains why it looks very old and a bit rundown. We went for dinner somewhere between 6-7 and...More
It is an older diner that fools you with the size of the rooms you cannot see when you enter. Large groups of people can be accommodated. Ours was a quick breakfast of sausage and eggs and a stack of crepes with maple syrup. It...More
Loved the homemade corned beef at this cafe. Good tasty option for all meals as this place has a good selection. Right behind Rue Ste Anne.
While staying in Quebec City and looking for an inexpensive places to feed a family of five, we stumbled across this restaurant. My expectations were set very low as it looks like an American diner similar to a Denny's or a Shoney's. We were all...More
Café Buade is easily passed. It looks ordinary, tucked in among shops close to the Rue d Tresor - but please stop in. The restaurant charms you, as you settle in and learn its history and place among the great things that surround it! We...More
The best thing we had was the water. My daughter who is not a picky eater had the French onion soup and could not eat it because it was so highly seasoned with Italian herbs. They were out of the first two wines I ordered....More
We visited Quebec City on a very cold day. unplanned we walked into this cafe quite late in the afternoon. The service provided to us was excellent and also the details of the cafe and it's history and information on Quebec was extremely interesting by...More