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3.5 based on 299 reviews
We went there between Christmas and New Year. The restaurant is right on Lake Muskoka, a 5 minute walk from our hotel, in a spectacular setting, both during the day and at night. The pizza was the best I have ever had, and I have...MoreThank you for visiting, GeorgeSinclair! We are really happy to hear that you enjoyed your pizza!
4 based on 79 reviews
Arrived at this restaurant looking for breakfast apparently unnoticed by the staff. The restaurant wasn't very busy, the woman working there finally came to our table while she was talking on her phone and put some cutlery down for us. Came back several minutes later and gave us menus, then a few minutes later took our order. Food came about 15 minutes later. It was OK, but toast was stone cold....grrrrr. the bacon & eggs was alright. I can't see myself going back to this restaurant. Word of advice....when patrons come into your establishment, maybe greet them so they feel like they matter.
4 based on 53 reviews
4.5 based on 60 reviews
Was looking for a place to eat before a concert. A friend recommended I try Pizza Station and it was well worth the visit. The staff are super friendly, the food is good quality, and to top it off, my order was made by a very cute guy. Win/Win/Win!
4.5 based on 210 reviews
We are an English tea shop and Eating House situated on Muskoka Wharf with a wonderful view of Lake Muskoka - right by the famous Steamships. We offer a variety of lunches including quiches, beef stew in a Yorkshire pudding, chicken pot pie, ploughmans lunch with English cheeses and of course sandwiches. Our most popular being the grilled brie and cranberry. We also offer an Afternoon Tea served on a two plated tier or High Tea served on a 3 plated tier. Details of our full menu can be found on the website. We serve wine and beer in the restaurant but not on the patio.
As a birthday treat my partner and I came to Blue Willow for High Tea. The restaurant occupies a nice spot on the Gravenhurst Wharf development overlooking glorious Lake Muskoka. We were seated at a delightful window seat. The restaurant is small and was full to the brim.
We ordered out Tea selection and were quickly brought the High Tea. What a disappointment to say the least.
The egg salad Sandwich cut into rectangles with crusts off were terrible. The edges of the sandwiches were hard, as if they had been sitting for a while. The other savoury items on offer were small and tasteless and tasted stale or old as if again they were pre prepared.
The absolute worst was the scones and clotted cream and jam. The scones were smaller than a twoonie and tiny, tiny, with a tiny dish of tasteless clotted cream and jtasteless strawberry jam. There were two tiny scones. On their website the tea tray looks totally different, with regular sized scones and a large dish of clotted cream and ample jam.
The other sweet selections of a very tiny glass of something and tiny portion of some sort of cake, who knows.
The noise level was high and a gentleman at a table behind was obnoxious. The whole experience took 28 minutes from start to finish.
The server was pleasant and on point.
$25 per High Tea of this substandard quality is outrageous. What’s the point of serving pea sized scones and equivalent accompaniments? There was no selection for sandwiches, no cucumber and cream cheese, no watercress, no smoked salmon...nothing.
A truly unmemorable occasion spoilt by terrible food. This place is supposed to be the best of British. To us it was the worst of British. Tasteless expensive pre prepared junk.
We will never return here and personally I would suggest giving the High Tea a miss. Save your money and try Three Small Rooms, The Omini, or Royal York for a typical experience in Toronto. Or better still try Claridges, The Savoy or any number of places in London UK.
4 based on 295 reviews
Celebrating 10 years of business in Muskoka. We welcome you to join us for a unique casual dining experience in one of South Muskoka’s favourite local hot spots. Chef Iain and his team have prepared an exciting lunch and dinner menu that offers up traditional and vegetarian dishes from fresh, simple, and tasteful ingredients.
4.5 based on 94 reviews
First time visitor based on TA reviews. Elected to give the Wolff's Den a try for lunch on a sunny Sunday. Located at the wharf. Limited Seating inside. Outdoor patio available. Takeout option.
Daily specials along with regular menu....all German inspired dishes. One server and another working behind the counter. Found menu pricing on high side. A la carte for side dishes. Food was okay, nothing special. Overpriced hot chocolate. Grilled Turkey Sandwich, no grill marks, served cold versus hot/warm. Service was disappointing...watching and every table /customer received different type of service from attentive to non-existent. Unfortunately mine was on the non-existent side.
Smaller parking lot to accommodate other restaurants and services at the wharf. Can be an issue during peak periods. Note, there is a park across the street that offers parking.
First and last visit for this location. Here's my rating:
Service was terrible
Food was average
Value was poor
4 based on 333 reviews
Fresh food, Excellent Flavors. Steak, Seafood, Pasta. We are open everyday 11:00 - 11:00 (Seasonal) Last Seating at 9:00PM
It was a hot day. We popped in because the patio looked so inviting. Everything went well. The hostess was very nice, our server was prompt and very pleasant. She recommended a sharing plate whoch was perfect. Good cold beer for us, and good wine selection for the ladies. Its a beautiful place. Will return for lunch or dinner another time.
4 based on 85 reviews
Frosty Pint Pub offers the Charisma of a Modern Day Pub with a Twist. Two great dining experiences under one Roof, with a Casual & Cozy Atmosphere. Pub Side with 4 TV's including 80" Screen and the Dining Room with music, linens,fireplace, No TV's. 10 Beers on Tap! Frosty Mugs! A Full Menu, from Outstanding Homemade 8oz Burgers & Fresh-Cut Fries, in-house Beer Battered haddock or pickerel bites, Wings, and Gourmet Salads to Steak and Seafood Pasta. Dine In or Take Out. Located at the North end of Bethune Drive Gravenhurst, in the old Ascona. Easy access to/from Hwy 11 for cottagers, close to the hockey arena, and we're right on the snowmobile trail.
They call this the frosty pint pub for good reason. The draft beer is really cold and frosty. A favourite local hangout this establishment you would think might just have standard pub food but surprisingly the food is really good. The signature burger is truly outstanding.
4.5 based on 87 reviews
Lovely little discovery, with some delicious items on the menu. Very quaint place in downtown. We loved it.
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