Came here as part of a tour so didn't get the choice of the full menu. Like - escargots and lobster. Can skip - filet mignon.. very chewy
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Very tasty italian dishes. Expensive for pasta. not huge servings for what we paid. 4 people over $120 for pasta an a couple beers......Our waiter abadonned us after we had to flag down another employee to serve us.
My husband and I were traveling with seniors when we decided to walk over here from our Hotel Chateau Laurier. There were six of us and we all ordered different entrees. The chicken parmesan was excellent, the pizza awesome, and the spaghetti was delicious. Our...More
Had lunch at this spot, after checking the other restos on La Grand Allee. I was hoping that this place would pop out, as most of the other restos were serving Italian cuisine, as well. The selection was huge, and we found our choices (spaghetti/meatballs,...More
We were searching for a restaurant whose building had character. We entered four places before we got here each one didn't suit our need for food. Then we came across this gem. Built in 1899-1900 and housed a shoe manufacturer and his family. The inside...More
This restaurant offers several different size dining rooms, groups can easily be accommodated without distracting other diners. Menu offers a good choice but salad bar could be improved on, selection is limited. Service was fast and very good.
Thoroughly enjoyed our meal at this restaurant. With the meal as well as the buffet salad bar. The service was fantastic.
This facility is another of our favorite stop on the Grand Allee, Especially in the summer months and on a weekend evening. If you are a "people watcher" opt for a railside table Alfresco. Great American dishes with American sized portions. They have a House...More
We came here expecting some basic pasta and pizza, but were surprised with a more varied menu and at a good value. Service was excellent and friendly and house wines were moderately priced. All together a great value and finer dinning experience than we were...More