One-of-a-kind ambiance

With its industrial look, repurposed materials, and brick and stone walls, Sapristi has created a winning formula, and it works! The “wine and beer” theme is front and center throughout the bistro, with decorative barrels that are sure to make you feel thirsty, and a menu that will tantalize your tastebuds.  

Something for everyone

Sapristi Bistro-Bar shines a spotlight on local Québec ingredients, with its attractive and mouthwatering dishes, including delicious artisanal pizzas (also available for takeout), fresh pasta, and tartares.

Le Casse-Cou has been serving tasty and affordable family meals to diners in the Petit Champlain district since 1984.

With its warm, family-style setting and prompt, friendly service, diners of all ages can choose from a range of delicious dishes that are sure to satisfy their hunger.

The two-story restaurant can accommodate up to 60 diners at a time in summer with its outdoor patio. It’s the perfect place to take a break from your shopping in Quartier Petit Champlain and grab a bite to eat.

Our specialty

The restaurant’s specialty is, without a doubt, its famous croque-monsieurs served either to eat in or take out. In addition to this culinary classic, you’ll also find various pasta dishes, merguez sausages, beef and chicken skewers, steaks, and a wide variety of pizzas. For dessert, those with a sweet tooth won’t want to miss the house special, homemade carrot cake. Simply delicious!

A friendly and inviting atmosphere

The warm welcome extended by the owner and staff at Restaurant Le Casse-Cou makes for a charming and friendly vibe that’s perfect for a relaxed and informal meal with family, friends, or even on your own.

Creating delicious moments since 1978

Our tasty snacks are known the world over, and have created many a delicious memory since 1978. Our varied menu includes our original Beaver Tails pastries, poutine, beverages, and frozen treats.

A tantalizing and tasty menu

Located in the heart of Quartier Petit Champlain, Q-de-Sac Resto-Pub offers a typically Québécois menu in a warm and rustic setting. Our chef places an emphasis on quality, local ingredients and puts the restaurant’s wood-fired oven to good use to cook delicious cuts of meat and mouthwatering pizzas. And why not quench your thirst with a glass of local beer or Canadian wine while you take in a game on one of our big screens!

Drop by Q-de-Sac Resto-Pub for a welcome break!

In addition to seating for 80 indoors, come summer, Q-de-Sac can also accommodate 40 more diners on its delightful outdoor patio that’s perfect for enjoying a refreshing crafted-in-Québec beer!

A local favorite, Le Lapin Sauté restaurant has carved out an enviable reputation for itself since it opened its doors in 1988.

Its warm and welcoming atmosphere, crackling fireplace, and picturesque, rabbit-themed décor make this delightful restaurant one of the district’s unique culinary destinations. Le Lapin Sauté is the perfect place to enjoy not only its specialty—rabbit—prepared in a myriad of ways, but also duck, too.

Products from the Québec terroir

All of the dishes are concocted using local Québec products, mainly from the region. Served in a multitude of recipes, rabbit and duck are delicious in a warm liver and kidney salad, or as rillettes, magret, cassoulet, or pie. Our fixed menu features traditional dishes made from rabbit and duck meat. And our terrines, confit, and magret are sure to appeal to discerning gourmets.

Aside from rabbit, you may be tempted by our famous cheese fondue and our French onion soup. And our desserts, including our maple syrup crème brûlée, are truly delicious.

A warm and cozy atmosphere

This charming little restaurant, which seats up to 32 inside, expands in summer with a wonderful outdoor patio right next to beautiful Félix-Leclerc Park, one of the loveliest in Québec City. The 52-seat terrace practically doubles the restaurant's seating area, and is a delight for lovers of nature and good food, in an enchanting setting that appeals to all the senses. The warm hospitality, fine food, and cozy fireplace are sure to be a highlight of every visit to Le Lapin Sauté.

Our famous brunches

Le Lapin Sauté's legendary brunches are a must for your weekend.* Saturdays and Sundays, plan a visit for a mouthwatering plate of Eggs Benny. The Shared Plate is ideal for two and is a Lapin Sauté classic. One thing's for sure, you'll need more than one visit to sample all our carefully prepared dishes.

*Note that brunch is available only in the low season, from October to May.

A Québec City institution

A veritable institution in Québec City, Le Cochon Dingue on Boulevard Champlain opened its doors on July 14, 1979, making it one of the very first businesses in the wonderful Petit Champlain district. Located smack in the middle of the district, the French-inspired restaurant with its relaxed atmosphere quickly gained a reputation for its warm hospitality and its breakfasts, hearty lunches, and fixed-menu dinners, whether for family get-togethers, romantic dates, or business meetings.

Whether you're looking for a full meal or just a quick bite to eat, Le Cochon Dingue offers a unique and typically sensory experience. Its mouthwatering menu with a distinctly European influence includes traditional steak-frites, ribs, and decadent desserts, along with a variety of culinary offerings that vary with the seasons.

House-made products

For over thirty years, the restaurant has earned a reputation for its homemade vinaigrettes, jams, sauces, and its famous sugar pie. Diners will love the tantalizing taste of its famous Pot-en-Pot, salads, burgers, and more!

European-style ambiance

There’s space for 115 diners seated inside, plus 48 more on the outdoor patio in the summer. In a distinctly European ambiance with a festive air and an abiding respect for the joys of fine food and drink, Le Cochon Dingue offers a menu with something for every taste and occasion. Why not do like thousands of Cochon Dingue enthusiasts over the years and come experience this culinary mainstay in Quartier Petit Champlain!

Faux Mouvement is a boutique and café for runners.

Whether it’s the start or end point for your run, or simply a gathering place, you’ll find like-minded members of the running community who love to exercise in style, regardless of their fitness level. Our exclusive collections of running wear are handpicked with care so that runners looking to sport their colors can recognize their fellow running enthusiasts on the road or on the trails. While they may not all post the same times, their passion for running unites and identifies them as one of the Faux Mouvement team!

Organized runs:
Tuesday 6pm
Thursday 6 pm
Sunday 9 am

What’s not to love about Crêperie & Cie 5.0, with its delicious new take on crêpes and waffles!

Discover a concept that’s popular across Europe and the United States, but new to Québec City. Crêperie et Cie 5.0 offers sweet and savory crêpes and waffles cooked on site, with your choice of toppings. The varied menu has something for every taste, from salmon crêpes, breakfast crêpes, caramel and fleur de sel crêpes, or crêpes topped with seasonal fruits (including strawberries from Île d'Orléans in summer!), as well as maple butter waffles or maple sugar waffles. Yummy!

The business deals with local suppliers wherever possible. Its maple syrup is sourced from Érablière Brien in Sainte-Anne-de-la-Rochelle, while its iced fruit pops come from Lapop de Montréal, and its coffee from Torréfactorie. Assorted hot and cold beverages are also available, as well as gourmet sandwiches, and comforting soups in winter.

In a decor combining modernity and warmth, Crêperie & Cie 5.0 also offers a boutique section where customers can purchase a variety of products, including ingredients for making crêpes and waffles at home, and a variety of homemade cookies and sweet treats of all kinds.

There are tables for dining inside or out, and takeout is also available.


The district’s one-of-a-kind wine bar

Bistro Pape-Georges has the distinction of being the first wine bar in the province of Québec to serve wine by the glass. Located since 1984 in a heritage house built in 1668 that housed an arquebusier (gunsmith) during colonial times, the establishment stands out in the Petit Champlain district for its authentic decor and festive atmosphere, and is known not only for its exclusive variety of wines and beers, but also its cheese and charcuterie tastings.

Along with its unique address—8¼ rue du Cul-de-Sac—Bistro Pape-Georges boasts an incomparable and exceptional menu of wines and beers to satisfy discerning connoisseurs and neophytes alike. For those looking to spend a wonderful evening and enjoy a festive musical experience, note that Thursdays to Saturdays, Bistro Pape-Georges presents acoustic blues shows featuring local—and, occasionally, internationally renowned—groups.

A wine cellar featuring 90% private imports

What sets the Bistro apart is above all its wine cellar consisting of 90% private imports, at very competitive prices. Depending on your preference, wine is served by the glass or bottle at exactly the right temperature thanks to the cellars occupying pride of place in the middle of the bistro. Craft beers and themed shooters such as “Beaver’s Tail” add to the wide selection of drinks available!

What could be better than a delicious glass of wine or a thirst-quenching craft beer accompanied by a plate of made-in-Québec cheeses, fresh charcuterie, breads, and confits concocted directly in the kitchen on the second floor! For a late-night snack, a European-style hot dog is sure to hit the spot after celebrating with friends!

A warm and cozy setting

Bistro Pape-Georges can accommodate up to 40 people in its warm and cozy pub. In summer, as soon as the weather warms up, 35 more places are added on the heated terrace. According to Sélection magazine, Bistro Pape-Georges is the perfect place for a great evening with friends, and one of Québec City’s “Ten Best-Kept Secrets.”




Italian flavors for sharing

Choose from a mouthwatering selection of antipasto dishes that are perfect for sharing. Bite-sized antipasti are served up in a casual atmosphere so that you and your party can sample the chef’s culinary creations.

A warm and friendly ambiance

Discover a comfortable haven offering a wide selection of rich and memorable flavors in the heart of the Petit Champlain district. It’s a cozy and intimate restaurant where people enjoy sharing a meal with those they love, and a welcoming oasis where time stands still.

Come discover a unique concept!

Va bene antipasto bar can accommodate 40 diners seated indoors. In a sleek and modern setting, admire the talented chefs at work in the open kitchen. In summer, 16 places are added on the outdoor patio offering breathtaking views of the Château Frontenac and the St. Lawrence River.