Quebec, City of Taste: It’s Burger Week, and more!

Many events are held these days, to the delight of gourmets looking for discoveries and original activities. Here are four to delight your taste buds!

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Tons of burgers!

After Poutine Week, Burger Week is my second favorite! About thirty restaurants in the region participate in these 12e The edition will run till September 14. This is an opportunity to taste unique gastronomic creations created especially for the event. Whether you’re a fan of classic cheeseburgers or prefer avant-garde offerings, there’s something for everyone. Lebanese restaurant Zeitoun – It does excellent shish-taouk at 2 Grand Marché de Québec Floor – Participating for the first time this year.

Zeitoun Lebanese cuisine burger as part of Burger Week

Photo taken from Zeitoun’s Facebook page

The owner has created a burger that pays homage to his roots with a beef patty topped with za’atar. We add fresh cilantro sauce, Swiss cheese and crunchy carrots to a salad with a little vinegar and sweetness. This flavor explosion is found between two slices of brioche bread. If you’re into ribs, you’ll love the Fight A Lose creation at Grande Alley. On a potato bun, the chef places smoked beef short ribs and garnishes with breaded Cantonese cheese, candied onions and sweet onion mayo. Aha!

Eating good food

Burger at Faite à l’os restaurant as part of Burger Week

Photo taken from Faite à l’os’ Facebook page

Until September 14
Here is the full list of participants:

A Celtic feast

The Quebec Celtic Festival continues to develop its delicious elements. Now in its fourth year, the feast with a Celtic flavor uses last year’s successful formula. Under a marquee, guests gather around large tables in a festive atmosphere and enjoy a 3-course meal with beers. It’s one of Cité Agricole’s partners creating a tempting menu: squash soup with pulled pork, pork rotisserie with meat sauce, Caesar salad with lettuce and garnished potatoes, and apple pie with maple and fresh creme caramel. “It’s a unifying formula,” says general manager Cynthia Hovington, who notes the increasingly significant interest in this aspect of their programming, which also offers pub tours of the region.

Eating good food

The big table at last year’s Celtic party. This year’s menu will be different

Photo courtesy of Celtic Festival

Friday September 8 from 5pm to 11pm.

Night of the Galleries

Organizers have pulled out all the stops to offer gourmet food at a night of galleries that coincides with the port of Quebec arrivals of three cruise ships this year. “It will be a great meeting event between locals and tourists,” believes organizer Yann Latouche. Participants will travel 1.2 km through the most beautiful streets of the Petite Champlain district to visit forty art galleries open until 11 p.m., with enough to eat. Located on the Place de Paris, the gourmet area brings together five restaurants. Among them are two new Italian restaurants that recently opened nearby, antipasto bar Va Bene and Rafaella Ristorante. You can taste the bistronomic creations of Chez Muffy and Le Clan, the new restaurant of Chef Stéphane Modat and the Asian delights of Madame Fan. Loire Valley wines will also be honored during this festive evening.

Eating good food

Night of the Galleries is improving its tasty offering this year.

Photo courtesy of La Nuit des galeries

Saturday September 9 from 3pm to 11pm.

Saint-Roch Exp

St-Joseph Street will vibrate to the rhythm of St-Roch XP this weekend, an opportunity to fill up on musical and culinary discoveries. Recognized for its performances in unusual locations such as a grocery store, the event showcases emerging artists. About twenty neighborhood merchants are on hand to offer visitors inexpensive bites, including Hono Izakaya, Kunta Hotel, London Jack, and Kudo Tartar Counter.

Eating good food

This new version of St-Roch XP will have around twenty restaurants.

Photo from St-Roch XP Facebook page

From September 7th to 9th

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