Cool place but very unfriendly service and very scarce amont of meat on my gyro. Not worth the price. Volunteered my feedback to owner and server; they were rude and not interested in hearing the customer's opinion. Would not recommend this spot.
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Whether on the trails or on the road stop in for some good food, great conversation and a very friendly staff. I have always enjoyed this place so you should too!
This is an out of the way place near Algonquin Provincial Park. It's a quirky little place with a bar, high tables with bar stools, and some unusual decor. The menu is small, which is fine. They had good burgers, onion rings and fries. Waiter...More
This restaurant has been a regular stop for my husband and I for a few years now when we've been heading in or out of Algonquin Park. They always have good food and good service without fail.
This is just before the western entrance to Algonquin Park. We stopped for a late lunch expecting to get a sandwich, if we were lucky. Instead we met an amazing man who was willing to cook us anything. We chose a vegetarian sandwich, and a...More
Did our usual stop after a grueling 8 days of portaging and canoeing and three of us ordered the John Candy Bufger and one Philly Steak sandwhich and the entire fair was great. Service alortle slow but the home made burger are worth the wait....More
My husband and I stopped into this restaurant about 4 hours into our 6 hour trip last night...we knew it would be pub grub. We were there about 9:00 p.m. My husband is in a wheelchair and the place is not very accessible. He couldn't...More
We have been here several times. The owner Mario, is a great guy, friendly and eager to please. The one side is a bar-like atmosphere and the other is more for families. There is a good selection on the menu and everything is homemade. TVs...More