So, we're going to be breezing through Quebec city next week as part of a road trip. We're staying in St. Roch and we'll have a lunch and a dinner to eat. I've done some pretty extensive poking around on the boards here and I wanted to pose a couple questions for the collective wisdom.
1) We're planning on walking around the city all afternoon. Does it make more sense to grab lunch on the way into the center (at Le Hobbit or Café du Clocher Penché) or to have lunch closer in (Le Pain Béni or Lapin Sautee)? I guess a big part of this question is where the best bang for the lunch buck might be.
2) Similarly, we'll head back to St. Roch in the evening and we're trying to decide whether we should do dinner at Clocher Penche or whether it is worth it to splurge at Panache, L'Initiale, Sainte Amour, or Patriarche? We'll have just been eating our way through Montreal, and so we'll probably only want to splurge if these places offer something that we just shouldn't miss in good conscience. My research seems to suggest that L'Initiale might...thoughts?
The problem is that there are too many places in too short a time...and I don't want to miss out. Help!