Discover Restaurants offering the best International food in Gananoque, Ontario, Canada. Gananoque (/ˌɡænəˈnɒkweɪ/ GAN-ə-NOK-way) is a town in the Leeds and Grenville area of Ontario, Canada. The town had a population of 5,194 year-round residents in the Canada 2011 Census, as well as summer residents sometimes referred to as "Islanders" because of the Thousand Islands in the Saint Lawrence River, Gananoque's most important tourist attraction. The Gananoque River flows through the town and the St. Lawrence River serves as the southern boundary of the town.
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4 based on 835 reviews
Our food philosophy is very simple. There is nothing better for you then a freshly cooked meal from scratch.Our menu is greatly influenced by our Czech origins and culture. We are also is inspired by local food and produce, as well as slow flavourful cook
We really wanted to like this place as we're planning more visits to the 1000 Islands, and love German / Austrian food.We visited based on TA reviews. On arrival we asked the server if they could accomodate allergies and she said yes. We specifically asked if the rahm schnitzel dish contained paprika because we didn't want anything with paprika and the server said it didn't have any paprika.When the dish arrived the spaetzle were totally covered with paprika, and the schnitzel was sitting on the spaetzle. After trying one tiny piece of schnitzel that tasted overwhelmingly of paprika we took the plate to the server and said we'd asked her if the dish contained paprika and she had told us it didn't. She said she thought we were only checking that the schnitzel part of the dish didn't have paprika!! She apologized for her error and said she'd have the dish remade.She brought the supposedly remade dish a few minutes later. A tiny piece of schnitzel tasted of paprika, as did the spaetzle that looked strangely red and was cold. We said the spaetzle tasted odd and the server said it was because of the corriander in the rahm sauce, but there was no sauce on or near the spaetzle. When we said the schnitzel still tasted of paprika she said it was the original schnitzel and they'd scraped all of the paprika off, so guessing they'd scraped the paprika off the original spaetzle too - that would explain why it was cold and red. The dish definitely wasn't remade.As she took away the uneaten dish the server declared that maybe schnitzel just wasn't to our taste (we've eaten many schnitzels across Europe). When she brought the bill she'd charged for the dish even though we'd been unable to eat it, and had been very specific about having the dish made without paprika and this hadn't happened. She didn't charge for the awful wine that we didn't drink.
4 based on 519 reviews
Waterfront, live music, 12 craft beers on tap, delicious gastro pub food, and only a minutes walk from the Thousand Islands Playhouse, the 1000 Islands Boat line and the marina!
We stopped here for a few beers and had a great time. They were so dog friendly that our pup didn't want to leave. The beer was great and we enjoyed sitting outdoors on a beautiful summer day.
This spot is surprising. It is actually located in the back of an Esso gas station and there are only a few spots to sit. However the food is great. I would say it is a combination of St. Hubert and Swiss Chalet. The portion sizes are plenty - more than enough to feed two. I have tried the club sandwich (loaded up with chicken, bacon, tomato, and lettuce), the Quarter Chicken, the wraps, the bruchetta, and the ribs. Meals come with fries (can be subbed with a salad), and a side of slaw and a side of gravy) I haven't been disappointed yet.Best perk....it's no more expensive than McDonalds.Note that they are on reduced hours for the winter (this is a tourist town) - so they are only open Wed-Sun
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