Below is a list of the top and leading Cafes in Quebec. To help you find the best Cafes located near you in Quebec, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.
Quebec’s Best Cafes:
The top rated Cafes in Quebec are:
- Cantook Micro Torréfaction – cozy coffee shop with lots of wood & stone, outdoor seats & artisanal espresso drinks
- Nektar Caféologue – aims to introduce the world of specialty coffee to a wider audience
- Café La Maison Smith – blends a modern touch with the smell of coffee emanating from the Smith’s heart
- Café Saint-Henri – supported by a team of competent trainers and specialists
- Les Brulerie St-Jean – proud to offer superior quality coffee of constant freshness, while maintaining the best possible value for money
Cantook Micro Torréfaction
Cantook Micro Torréfaction makes coffee by nurturing the legacy of our forefathers’ daring exploits. To have a cup of coffee with them is to enjoy the culmination of their efforts, their travels, and their delight in sharing it with you. They have the lengthy patience and instinct of those who tirelessly seek for the right time, whether it’s hunters in the woods, mushroom pickers, or fisherman on the lookout in an ice river. All of this is to create an experience that adds a touch of beauty to everyday life. It is to accompany them on unknown routes, to expand their noses, and share their experiences in order to learn to guess greatness when it appears.
Address: 575 Rue Saint-Jean, Québec, QC G1R 1P5
Phone: (418) 529 4769
“Excellent coffee! Quick and kind service. Fair prices. We got coffee here two days in a row. We tried their lattes, macchiato and cappuccino and all were incredible. Espresso was and the barista knows what they are doing. We purchased beans to bring home with us and they gave us a cute little tote! Highly recommend this place if you’re into great coffee!” – Kate H
Nektar Caféologue is your go-to cafe. Their objective when we first started Nektar in 2009 was to bring the world of specialty coffee to a larger audience. In their little space in Quebec City’s St-Roch neighborhood, they gave you more than twenty third wave roasters, but there was something lacking. They felt the need to share their expertise with you and show you what’s new in the world of coffee culture, but they had to wade through the offers of their roasting partners, who didn’t have everything they needed.
Address: 235 Rue Saint-Joseph E, Québec, QC G1K 3B1
Phone: (418) 977 9236
“My husband and I were staying at an Airbnb nearby and desperately needed coffee. This place is the best! The drip coffee is strong and delicious! It was so good we came back for an iced coffee. Get the fudge brew! It is magic! It’s chocolate milk with coffee! It’s so rich and delicious and not sweet at all! The swag and accessories are great too! If you love coffee, this is the place for you!” – Mary Hulme
Café La Maison Smith
Café La Maison Smith combines a contemporary touch with the smell of coffee emanating from the Smith’s heart. La Maison Smith was named after Charles Smith and his family, who lived on the property for over a century in the 18th and 19th centuries. The foundation of the original structure housing our parent branch dates from 1653, according to the documentation given by SODEQ, the manager of the Place-Royale real estate portfolio. As a result, the names “La Maison Smith” and “1653” corresponding to a historical wink aimed at recognizing the remarkable legacy of this region by showcasing both features from the French Regime and the Regime.
Address: 1141 Rue Saint-Jean, Québec, QC G1R 1S3
Phone: (581) 741 3484
“We had a breakfast in the early morning when visited the Quebec city. Coffee was very good also the sandwich and croissant. We liked coffee so much that bought it to go when were leaving the city. Nice and cozy place!” – Maria M.
Café Saint-Henri is made up of a group of experienced trainers and professionals.
Every year, they visit one of their producers to choose the best coffee lot from a certain area. These sourcing trips ensure unsurpassed product quality while also allowing them to pay a premium to their suppliers. Furthermore, they work with some of the best cooperatives to ensure transparency and quality. Profits are divided equitably among the members and the overall group in these cooperatives, and no pesticides or chemicals are used in the cultivation of these cooperatives.
Address: 849 Rue Saint-Joseph E, Québec, QC G1K 3C8
Phone: (581) 300 7211
“This will be my go to place for a work day and for their amazing donuts that pairs wonderfully well with their coffee. The donuts are fresh and vanish quickly off the counter if you are not early. My favorite is the kiwi donut.. can’t wait to go back here” – Manny Sahu
Les Brulerie St-Jean
Les Brulerie St-Jean is proud to offer high-quality coffee that is always fresh, as well as excellent value for money. They aim to stay ahead of the curve in terms of consumption while also paying tribute to coffee’s history and the art of change. They want to see culture become more democratic, and the best way to achieve so is to give everyone a high-quality product at an affordable price. As a consequence, they can provide a wide range of coffee flavors while also allowing customers to support local companies.
Address: 881 Rue Saint-Jean, Québec, QC G1R 1R1
“Oh my this place is so cozy and everything they offer is super tasty. Staff was super lovely kind and beautiful, they were open even on the 25. September and helped us with some touristy stuff as well. They didnt have ham available on that day but offered me something else and I wasnt disappointed. Thank you again for proving us that canadian people are the kindest.” – Ondřej Krpeš