Thursday 5 september
Friday 6 september
Saturday 7 september
Sunday 8 september

French-speaking province and Federated State in North America's north-east

Both traditional and creative, the cuisine of Quebec is continually reinventing itself: traditional recipes are adapted to today's tastes while retaining the best of what Quebec's culinary heritage has to offer. Reflecting French, British and Native American influences, the cuisine of Quebec champions local flavours such as maple, cranberry and northern spices.

The shop Le bon sirop d’érable du Québec and Chef Andréanne Marcil, originating from Quebec but a Bruxelloise by adoption, have got together to treat your taste buds to a transatlantic trip! This is your opportunity to buy maple products, try the famous poutine and sample some of Quebec’s other typical flavours.



  • Poutine with pulled pork and sour cream.
    Allergens: milk.
  • Beef cheek braised in Labrador tea, mashed potatoes with brown butter, roast cabbage and sautéed oyster mushrooms, and a fresh herb salad.
    Allergens: celery.


  • Maple-caramelised bacon poutine.
    Allergens: milk.
  • Duck breast glazed with maple, tangy red berry sauce, celeriac and potato gratin.
    Allergens: celery.


  • Poutine with sautéed oyster mushrooms.  
    Allergens: milk.
  • Maple beef gravlax, red beetroot and apple salad.
    Allergens: nuts.


  • Smoked meat poutine.
    Allergens: milk.
  • Maple-seared scallops on apple and turmeric cream sauce, leek fondue.
    Allergens: milk, molluscs.

Traditional delicacies stand

The Québécois representatives from Le bon sirop d’érable du Québec will show you every aspect of the maple through a whole array of authentic products, several of which derive directly from the maple tree: maple caramel, maple taffy, maple butter, SEVA maple water and of course the famous 100% maple syrup. Make the most of this chance to also buy microbrewery beer, ice cider and other typical drinks for a well-rounded knowledge of the flavours of Quebec!