Le Clocher Penché, in downtown Quebec City, works with local farmers to create its veggie- and fish-heavy menu, and many of the dishes are almost too pretty to eat. Take the colorful vegetarian plate, which consists of delicata squash stuffed with Le d’Eschambault cheese, along with a wildflower salad and squash pickles. Or the sustainably-sourced tuna, with soy, ginger, horseradish, lightly pickled beets, cucumbers, radishes, and crispy bread. Each dish is like a work of art, but it all tastes as good as it looks.

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