Food and drink
A small menu changes regularly, depending on what the chef finds in the farmers markets. Wine is prciey, but well chosen.
For lunch, I'm partial to the crispy polenta gratin with braised greens and tomato jus and the tasty confit chicken wings. For dinner, if I don't opt for the polenta again, I'm all about those sticky ribs and the family servings of potatoes. The elk slider burgers are delicious.
Easygoing, friendly, fun.
Best in town. Personal and personable.
In the middle of the Ossington strip.
I usually opt for lunch here, since food is way cheaper for often very similar dishes. If you're in town on a Sunday night, though, the fixed price Paris style dinners are great with various meal options costing between $22 to $50 for a full four course feast.
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