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Where to eat in Sept-Îles, Quebec

Looking for a quick bite, a culinary delight at a seasonal restaurant or simple pub fare? It’s all here. The food in the region is incredible and fresh.

Insider’s list of places to eat in Sept-Îles:

Café Toscane is a little café with fresh and authentic Italian food

Le Edgar (The Edgar) is THE place to go out for a nibble. During the summer their terrasse is almost as wonderful as their food and has a view of the mighty St-Lawrence Gulf.

La poissonnerie Fortier is a fish market that doubles as place to get the freshest sushi you’ve ever had.

For delicious pub food try the Pub St-Marc

Another café/pub choice with live music sometimes is Chez Sophie

For greasy chip stand fare—Quebec’s famous ‘poutine’ (fries, cheese curds and gravy) and the Cote Nord classic ‘guedille’ (shellfish and mayo in a hot dog bun)—try: Casse-Croûte du Pêcheur

Wine and liquor store: SAQ Sélection

Depanneur (corner store), café, sandwiches and meals to go, and huge Quebec micro brew selection: La Boucherie

Local treats & eats as you travel east down the coast:

Looking for souvenirs? In Riviere Au Tonnerre, for everything and anything made with Cloudberries (locally called ‘chicoutai’), from jams to vinaigrette, Maison de la Chicoutai, makes for a great stop.

In Longue-Pointe-de-Mingan, Le Macareux Dodu offers meals prepared with vegetables from the local co-op.

When in Havre-Saint-Pierre you’ll find Chez Julie. It may not look like much from the outside, but it’s home to incredibly fresh and delicious sea-food. Read the reviews if you have any doubts.

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