It turns out that they did a little research and “Follow Me Foodie” or “Mijune” was destined for Lady Kookie Biscuiterie. They weren’t your traditional old fashioned cookies, which I like as well, but these were elegant cookies with a lighter flare and made for a more sophisticated palate.
Food is undeniably a focus when I’m traveling. Here are some of my best international indulgences this year. Follow Me Foodie to some of my favourite foods and restaurants abroad with just one click!
Almost every single Prime Minister has eaten here. It was a “Happy Birthday Mr. President” kind of place and they’re famous for flambé, but I’m not the demographic. It’s very old fashioned in style and service, but part of Quebec City tradition.
Follow Me Foodie to l’île-d’Orléans, Quebec! Corking cider, eating cheese, dining at the duck farm and sipping on Cassis. Visiting the local artisans and farmers and an unforgettable lunch of organic free range duck at a sustainable duck farm.
It’s a First Nations Hotel in Wendake, Quebec! It’s a 4 star boutique hotel featuring a First Nations restaurant La Traite and that was initially why we came. However after a tour of the hotel, I really wanted to spend the night or weekend here!