Looking for dinner and lunch restaurants in Quebec City and Charlevoix for the beginning of September (in Quebec City for 1 night and Charlevoix for 2). Traveling with my boyfriend - we are 22 years old. We are really into food but don't like fancy dining. If you could please suggest something in the moderate price range, great food and somewhere with a good vibe I would greatly appreciate it! We have a car so it doesn't need to be somewhere in a specific area. Thank you thank you!!!
Hello, I am going to Tropea for 2 nights at the end of May. Looking for 2 dinner places and any good cafes for lunch time. I am open to all suggestions but would love to have amazing pizza while I am there. Price isn't too big of a concern but not too too expensive. Thanks in advance for your replies!!
Hi Phil, I have had it in Paris before, and other than that I am from Toronto so mostly there but also New York and London. It is not that I dislike it but I prefer other cuisines. I am open to French influences but am just looking for a restaurant suggestion for dinner that isn't French food. I can't imagine this is asking a lot in a city like Paris.
Hi all, I didn't think I would be met with such grief and sarcasm. I apologize, I thought I could get just get some restaurant suggestions that weren't French but I guess I have asked too much. I consider a foodie to be someone who cares about food, cares about the ingredients used, how fresh they are, etc. Just because French food is not our favourite I would not think would classify us as non-foodies. I wrote on here for restaurant suggestions, so if you have any then could you please share. Thanks.
Hello! I am going to Paris for 1 night (I know it isn't enough) with my boyfriend. We are 22 years old and looking for a great restaurant for the night. Unfortunately, while we are foodies, we are really picky and french food isn't our favourite. We are staying in the Latin Quarter and we are looking for something that is moderately priced, good buzz and a place where other twentysomethings go. We are willing to travel by subway if it is worth it but somewhere closeby is preferred. Because we are picky, I would love if I could read a menu beforehand. We are going in 1 week so I guess it cannot be anywhere that needs a reservation a long time in advance. We are open to most other types of food. I can speak French so I do not need a place with English menus. I would appreciate any help! Thanks to anyone who takes the time to respond!