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About Brasserie Française Chez Jules
Traditional Cuisine and Estate Wines
Le Pain Béni restaurant has undergone a recent metamorphosis into its present form, Brasserie Française Chez Jules.
At Chez Jules, you will eperience a true French Brasserie where the decor, the recipes, and the service all meticulously respect tradition with the utmost attention to detail.
At Chez Jules, it is still the same wonderful team that has lead Le Pain Béni to its success and they, once again, are ready to carry out this new adventure. A classic cuisine, a professional service, rigorous, attentive and pretention-free.
At Brasserie Françcaise Chez Jules, its reassuring traditional cuisine along with its estate wines will undoubtedly charm you!
Quebec, QC G1R 3X3
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: monday - sunday: 11:30am - 1:30pm
Dinner: monday - sunday: 5:30pm - 10:00pm
rue du Trésor
CAN$30 and under
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
Beer, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Outdoor dining, Wine
Brasserie Française Chez Jules Ratings and Reviews
Lovely meal and very friendly, considerate service by all the staff. We ate classic French dishes and I enjoyed my Cahors wine, a reminder of childhood holidays in the Lot Valley. Would definitely return on future visits to Quebec City. Only negative were some not so friendly people seated nearby but I hope they enjoyed their meal as much as we did.
This restaurant is located in Vieux Quebec, very close to the Fairmont Frontenac. The meal was very good, reasonably priced, the service was very quick, and the waiter was charming - very knowledgeable and attentive. I ordered a mixed salad to start, the Sole Meunier and apple pie for dessert and the food was quite tasty. My husband had the soup de jour (which i think was a cream of vegetable on the day), the steak frites and dessert of floating island (meringue in custard). There was also a jar of cornichons on the table and they were delicious, very tasty with a glass of wine or beer.
Needed to host a business dinner for five colleagues on - of all nights - Valentines day. Tried to get a reservation at a few of the more well known spots in the City. When they were all booked I thought we were settling on a reservation at Chez Jules. Boy was I wrong. Everything was great from the service, the wine recommendations, appetizers, charcuterie, entrees and dessert. I have no hesitation about either returning to or recommending Chez Jules.
Food was very lovely, enjoyed the chicken pate then the sweetbreads and it was very deelish.. the only criticism was we felt a bit rushed, wanted us to order pretty much immediately and food came out pronto. It wasn't that busy that they needed the table...other than that service was friendly and professional..
Me and my girlfriend decided on Chez Jules for our final dinner in Quebec and it was one of the best decisions we made here! It was very accessible and easy to get to (especially coming from across the river in Levis) and the warmth inside was perfect in the January weather. Staff were very friendly and treated us with a lot of familiarity, making jokes and complimenting our choices. We were even treated to free coffee when we realized we had just missed our ferry! The food was lovely and well presented, and the atmosphere was perfect for our date. I highly recommend this restaurant!
This place was always very busy when we walked by and it's on OpenTable, which we always consider first when traveling. But, skip it, as there are so many better restaurants in Quebec! I had dried out goose leg confit with soggy vegetables, and BOTH pasta and potatoes as sides. They love heavy sauces there, too. Just SO average!
Despite having used 'brunch' as my main search word, we sat down early (11:45am) to the lunch menu and were not disappointed. French Onion soup and superb foie gras to start followed by Croque Madame and Duck, all ticked the right boxes. We did not partake of any wine but the drinks were brought swiftly and service, accommodating our Englishness, was with a smile. If you are in Quebec and find the Fairmont Chateau Frontenac you can find nearby Chez Jules - go, you won't regret it.
The service at the restaurant was wonderful. My husband had to try the beef cheeks and they were delicious I even I tried them and enjoyed it very much . I had a chicken dish and it was so delicious. we took the waiters recommendation for dessert and had the bread pudding it was fabulous . I highly recommend this restaurant
The service was really good! They were very warm, friendly, and accommodating! The clientele was about 60% English-speaking tourists and 40% French-speaking and they could communicate with ease. The one waitress even made it a point to come back and check if we wanted to sit outside, when a table opened up. The food was good, the salmon tartare was surprisingly bland, but certainly not inedible, but the salmon "back" filet was outstanding.
Well situated location, but the food was disappointing, surprisingly in light of the mainly very positive reviews. Most disappointing was the French Onion Soup au gratin. Very thin-tasting and the onions were not really cooked down and caramelized. I remarked to the waiter when then inquired, that the soup tasted as if they had run out of it earlier and had to quickly whip up a new batch and didn't have time to cook it and let flavour develop. Really very meh. The rest we had was so so. The flank steak with shallots was nicely cooked and tasty. We decided to go elsewhere for dessert. We heard the table right next to us commenting on their disappointment vis a vis the food as well. The resto was busy and full, but Service was nicely attentive, however, didn't offer any suggestions regarding the bland soup.
A lot more restaurants in the area, so no need to go back there.
We arrived early because we were going to a Celine Dion concert (with 30,000 of our closest friends), so we had a drink in the sidewalk cafe section (good people watching) until the kitchen opened and then moved inside (just as it started to rain) to a table right by the window (probably a result of having made a reservation a few days before). I started off with snails and followed with beef tartare, both of which were excellent. My wife had a salad followed by salmon tartare (also excellent). Our wine choice was from the less expensive options, but was completely pleasant. We would go back.
The service was terrible! We had to ask for anything we needed multiple times.
The portions are pretty small compared to American portions and the menu is pretty limited.
The location is great particularly if you can get seated outside. We were a party of 8 and they told us that was not possible.
Dined here on a visit to Quebec City from Boston. I had the liver, and my friend had the sole. Both were execellent though the liver portion was a bit on the small side. The waiter was great and spoke impeccable English. There was outdoor seating which would have been great except it was a little buggy outside. Though we came from the other direction, the restaurant was very close to the Chateau Frontenac.
Smack bang in a very touristy street, it's unlikely I would have wandered in, but thanks to the reviews here we booked for dinner. Immediately welcoming and accommodating for our 6 and 7 year old with a kids menu that included steak and frites and salmon and rice (switched for frites) with a drink, went down very well.
Steak tartar and salmon tartare to start were excellent and went down well. Carafes of an excellent Fronsac which I think would add upto $46 a bottle, was excellent and one of the best value wines I've had on this trip. Both tartares can be had for a starter or a main.
Tempted by the frog's legs which were on special, I instead went for veal liver while the wife had her favorite duck gizzard salad (also available as a starter or main). The liver was perfect, delicious quality French food and the side order of vegetables were beautiful but the wife's plate was a masterpiece of color, arrangement and some of the best confited gizzards we've ate.
We went for the full pudding menu. Chocolate mousse served un-glamorously in a large bowl with biscuits, perfect vanilla classic creme brulee and their take on profiteroles. All excellent and good value.
Our waiter was awesome, ran back and forwards with great attitude.
Four happy diners enjoyed their walk home. Recommended.
Nothing was bad at this restaurant but nothing was exceptional. From the chèvre chaud to the tartare, no one was really impressed by any dish. Our server was friendly and funny but the service was just okay. We had a great time because we were in good company and the restaurant is pretty, but there are so many great gems to discover in Old Quebec that we probably won't be back at this establishment.
This restaurant is no longer called Le Pain Beni. It is now Chez Jules and has a very diffent menu. The decor although apparently new is jarring - in a sea of neutral tiles, the upholstery is a loud very red vinyl. If it had been in velvet, it would have brought a bordello to mind. The food was okay. The fries and desserts - chocolate mousse and creme brûlée -were quite good.
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