Historic. This gorgeous, wood-beamed dining room, in a stone-walled hotel in Old Québec, features fine Québecois cuisine. Having their own farm, they can honestly call themselves farm-to-fork. The ever-changing, exciting and skillfully prepared food is made with local ingredients such as Mauricie-region sweetbreads, Gaspé Peninsula lobster, local guinea hen, Atlantic-coast seafood, pan-seared foie gras and duckling. The staff is well-versed in describing the dishes and offering wine recommendations. Enjoy a pre-dinner in the hotel's impressive lobby lounge, decorated with artifacts excavated from archaeological digs in Old Québec. The dining room décor has a lovely warmth accented with weathered rough-hewn post-and-beam vaulted ceiling and floors; the intricate wrought-iron staircase is a gorgeous focal point. Lunch is served in the summer only.