The Boston Globe

“People are seeing the potential of the area. They can see that something’s happening,” says Marie-Pierre Tremblay, a local resident. This summer, Tremblay will lead a brand-new guided tour in Saint-Roch representing Quebec Food Tour. “Young people are moving in; restaurants and shops are opening. It’s still a rebel kind of neighborhood but passionate young people are pushing it forward.”

Travel Minsdet

Your Ultimate Montreal + Quebec Bucket List for this Summer. Although Montreal is one of the most food-oriented cities I’ve ever visited, Quebec City isn’t far behind. I’m particularly interested in the Saint-Roch food tour, which encompasses a once run-down but newly rejuvenated and lively neighbourhood. The tour focuses on local specialties, like craft beer and cheeses.”

To Europe & Beyond

“Gone are the days where Quebec City was the laughing stock of ultra foodie Montreal; in fact, Quebec has undergone a total revitalization in the past few years and is now home to numerous forward-thinking, imaginative restaurants that are well worth a visit. This one-mile long Quebec City food tour tackles six of the best eateries in up-and-coming St-Roch all while showcasing the area’s historic European heritage.”

Le Soleil

“Sortir les touristes et les Québécois de la haute ville. Voilà l’idée de départ de Frédérik Nissen et Ismaël Ulvik, deux jeunes entrepreneurs montréalais qui ont lancé Visites gourmandes de Québec, un parcours touristique gourmand pour goûter Saint-Roch.”

The New York Times

52 places to go in 2015 – NY Times (Article about the district of St-Roch) It may take years to score an N.H.L franchise, but even without a big-time team to cheer, the capital of Quebec — and French Canada — has many new draws to keep visitors entertained, from the newly hip St.-Roch neighborhood to innovative restaurants serving nouveau Québécois cuisine to rival its neighbor’s finest.”


“Best destination for the history buff bride: Quebec City, Canada – Quebec City Food Tours provide the perfect balance of indulgent culinary exploration and fun cultural immersion, making it the perfect group activity. The tour makes six stops throughout the St-Roch neighborhood for a satisfying lunch of tasty, bite-size foods, craft beers and tea. The best part? You’ll walk off some of the calories as you go from stop to stop on the mile-long route. Read the whole article 6 Places to Throw an Unforgettable Bachelorette Party.

The Flight Network

Discover and taste your way through the oldest and most European-like neighbourhood in Quebec City with Quebec City Food Tours. On their crawl through town, you’ll sample everything from local favorites to traditional dishes and modern cuisine across six restaurants. Yep, you should wear pants with a little give for this one. They’ll try and keep you moving by having you walk from place to place, and along the way you’ll get to admire this historical city.