café le hobbit

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Quebec City

If the glowing reviews aren't enough to convince you, the elk sautéed in apples and leeks with rosemary butter might. Cafe Le Hobbit on Rue Saint-Jean was out of our way, but worth the snowy walk for some meaty and elegant dishes on our last night in Quebec City. - Mina

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18 comments

  1. beautiful photos, beautiful food, beautiful couple! Thanks for sharing : )

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  2. p.s., just noticed the title of your blog! Perfect!!

    I had that (awesome) song stuck in my head the whole time Husband & I were living in Sweden... so romantic & cheerful.

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  3. These pictures take my breath away. Such lovely looking meal. They look delicious. You guys are living the dream. :)


    xoxo
    jen
    http://singwhenitrains.blogspot.com/

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  4. Oh my, all of that looks delicious!

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  5. YUM!! I always love your photos!!

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  6. Oh man. I miss Quebec really bad right about now.

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  7. beautiful!!

    i've heard great things about quebec city!

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  8. ohhhh..that creme brulee!! fantastic pictures as always..

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  9. i am dreaming when i see your trip guys ! it's wonderful!
    With my boyfriend we will do something like that next january but on bikes !! can't wait ! :)

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  10. yum yum yum! I'm going on a mini vacay with my sweets this weekend and all I plan on doing is stuffing myself! I don't think I'll find food as elegant as this though. It looks amazing.

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  11. Oh wow! I'm SO jealous! Lucky you!

    Wida
    Missing Amsie Blog

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  12. you make it look so good! ;) love the photos, as usual. thanks for continuing to share your adventures, big & small.

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  13. the dessert in that last picture looks absolutely mouthwatering! was it flan?

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  14. Your blog is stunning, and I appreciate your unyielding wanderlust -- hurrah!

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  15. love these photos!

    http://ladulcivida.blogspot.com/

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  16. Beautiful photos, is that cream burlee at the last photo? I love it.

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  17. First of all, I love the name of the restaurant! The food looks amazing and I agree, the dessert looks out of this world. While in Quebec City, I went to another restaurant on Rue Saint Jean called Le Veau d'Or. The food was superior and very well priced so it seems it's definitely worth venturing out from the downtown area of Quebec City to Rue Saint Jean for great cuisine.
    http://www.torontonicity.com

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