The best places to eat in Niagara no matter what your taste or budget
Niagara is a culinary taste experience just waiting to be discovered and no matter what type of cuisine you are craving, there is a restaurant to suit.
If you are looking for something that little bit special, why not head to AG at 5195 Magdalen St where you can sample some of the finest food Niagara has to offer, cooked up by chef Cory Linkson.
The dishes you will encounter include Grilled Atlantic Salmon, Tenderloin of Pork Saltimbocca and Lake Huron Whitefish. For dessert the Dark Chocolate Cup with a myriad of choices including Niagara Raspberry Liqueur or Quebec Maple Cream sounds delicious!
Perhaps no wonder AG is top rated by the often difficult to impress patrons of both Tripadvisor and Google reviews. Though it should be noted booking is required and can be done so by visiting the website.
The Blue Line
Perhaps you are looking for something a little more humble, with great service and excellent value to boot? Look no further than The Blue Line at 4424 Montrose Rd.
Open from 8am to 2pm, this diner offers up a range of Canadian and American dishes such as pancakes, eggs benedict, bacon and omelettes.
The prices are more than reasonable and the portion sizes are great too. The Blue Line is the best way to fill up in the morning for breakfast, or if it’s a little later and you are in need of some Brunch!
The Moose and Pepper Bistro
Located at 4740 Valley Way, The Moose and Pepper Bistro offers a friendly and relaxing environment and serves up a range of Italian, Canadian, American and Vegan dishes.
One of the top recommendation from diners is their gourmet pizza though you can also find delicious pasta dishes and even a special date night menu on Wednesdays!
This restaurant is an excellent find for anyone looking for the homely, hand crafted touch to their dining experience.
Tide and Vine Oyster House
Nowhere does seafood quite like Tide and Vine Oyster House which you can find at 3491 Portage Road.
They have an excellent range of dishes including oysters, scallops, octopus, shrimp and lobster all caught fresh from the sea. There are also several menu’s depending on the time of day you visit which also depend on the weather at sea and what was caught that day.
It should be noted that booking is advisable as reservations fill up quickly in advance!
If Asian cuisine is what you are craving, look no further than Pho Xyclo at 6175 Dunn St which is open between May 1st and October 31st.
There are a wide range of Asian and Vietnamese dishes on offer such as noodle soup, rice dishes, vermicelli and house specials. There are also plenty of vegetarian dishes on offer too.
The pricing is much more reasonable so ideal if you are looking for something tasty and filling but