Top 3 Seafood food in Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario, Canada

February 19, 2020 Sheron Bogner

Reviews on Seafood food in Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario, Canada. In Canada's wine country, Niagara-on-the-Lake presents a well-preserved 19th-century village and its charms. Drive or bike through the area, stopping at wineries and Fort George National Historic Site. Ride along the Niagara Escarpment on horseback or book a white-water adventure at nearby Niagara Falls (you might have heard of them).
Things to do in Niagara-on-the-Lake

1. Masaki Sushi

60 Picton Street Basement, Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario L0S 1J0 Canada Japanese, Seafood, Sushi, Asian Lunch, Dinner Takeout, Reservations, Seating, Serves Alcohol, Accepts Credit Cards, Table Service, Street Parking, Wine and Beer [email protected] +1 905-468-1999 http://masakisushi.ca
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5 based on 255 reviews

Masaki Sushi

Authentic Japanese Cuisine, served expertly by Executive Chef Jay Han and his Team

Reviewed By rosco1957

Went here for the first time tonight based on reviews and recommendation from our B&B. A great sushi experience - especially the Ebi Mayo!Also great service and reasonable wine prices. We have already booked for tomorrow night!

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2. Hob Nob Restaurant

209 Queen Street Located in the Charles Hotel, Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario L0S 1J0 Canada Canadian, Seafood, Barbecue, Fusion Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Brunch, Drinks Reservations, Outdoor Seating, Private Dining, Seating, Parking Available, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Free Wifi, Accepts Credit Cards, Table Service, Wine and Beer [email protected] +1 905-468-4588 http://www.niagarasfinest.com/properties/hobnob/dining/
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4 based on 1309 reviews

Hob Nob Restaurant

The HobNob restaurant & wine bar serves contemporary French cuisine with a regional flare. The restaurant features breakfast, lunch, dinner. Visit the dining room, lounge, wine bar or fully licensed patio where you can enjoy a wide range of delicacies acc

Reviewed By tshep42

We stopped here as part of a full day tour for lunch. It was a very leisurely, slow lunch. But there was a rather large tour group there at the same time and the place was full. The staff were friendly and attentive. It’s in an old house and the decor was nice. Beautiful garden out back so sit on the back deck if you can. We weren’t allowed to sit there with our tour group. Location is on the Queen Street, the main road in town. Food was all just excellent from appetizers to dessert. Menu was very limited but that might have because we were there as part of a wine tour. Thank you for taking the time to write us a review! We do offer a limited menu as part of the wine tour, however feel free to come back and try the rest of what we have to offer! We hope to see you soon!

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3. Tide And Vine Sandwich Bar

12 Queen Street, Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario L0S 1J0 Canada Seafood, Fast Food, American Lunch, Drinks Takeout, Seating [email protected] +1 289-868-9688 http://www.tideandvine.com/sandwich-bar/
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3 based on 32 reviews

Tide And Vine Sandwich Bar

Located in the heart of Niagara on the Lake, Tide and Vine Sandwich Bar offers fresh, high quality sandwiches and salads available for eat-in or take out. We use sustainable Canadian seafood, locally sourced meat and produce, and craft our gorgeous sandwi

Reviewed By FrugalTourist

(Worst was in Jasper, another beautiful destination.) Attractive little place, a few customers evidently enjoying their meals, pleasant waitress shucking oysters, grating horseradish -- looked promising. We each ordered a sandwich: one smoked salmon and one beef. Sounds simple, right? We waited about twenty minutes, during which time the staff were not run off their feet. At the last minute (perhaps catching sight of me waiting) they slapped some tough salmon into a cheap tough bun from the discard bin at the supermarket. The green "salad" they just dumped into the box beside the sandwich. Ditto with hubby's beef sandwich, although he had potato salad made of not quite cooked potatoes. No napkins! For this they charged more than double what we'd paid for two sandwiches at Tim Hortons the day before, where even the buns were pretty good.

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