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Restaurants in Quebec City and Montreal

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Going to these two cities two nights each for my birthday in July. Planning on staying at the Courtyard in Quebec and at Hyatt Regency in Montreal (great deal for a club room).

I'm thinking Aix au Cuisine du Terroir in Montreal for my birthday dinner, drinks on the rooftop first. Comments?

Am not looking to spend a fortune, and I'm surprised when I look at restaurants particularly in Quebec that seem outrageously priced, yet reviews seem very mixed and often negative. It would be nice to keep meals at around $150 or so for two with a nice bottle of wine. And we are really into "atmosphere" as well as food. We'll have a car, but walking distance would be nice so we don't need a designated driver!

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