QUÉBÉCOIS Dining in this part of town can be very expensive, especially at accomplished restaurants like Laurie Raphaël. However, here there’s an exceptional three-course “chef chef” lunch for C$29 per person. On sunny days, it’s ideal to reserve a table on the corner terrace and let the server be your guide. Ask questions (Why “chef chef”?), savor starters like sea urchin mousse or mains like mackerel with rye risotto, and malt and quinoa chips, and ruminate about new combos to try at home. Hands-on learning may be an option because chef and owner Daniel Vézina frequently leads cooking classes on site. Dinner here can be an extraordinary culinary experience to add to a Québec City vacation.