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Finally got our “Maple Leaf Restaurant” Schnitzel Fix again.
Long anticipated, we stopped on the way back from Kingston to Brockville.
It didn’t disappoint, never has !
Great beer on tap, super delicious sweet potato dill soup followed by a deliciously tender “ Rahm Schnitzel...“ with Spaetzle and coleslaw, plenty of food, leaving no room for dessert, but why not take an Apple Strudel home for dessert later :).
So glad to see Pav & Michelle doing what they do best again, creating a wonderful atmosphere for a great yummy lunch.
Give them a try, you won’t be disappointed !More
This was our first time dining in a restaurant since March due to Covid, and it was a great experience. We were seated in a private room (I guess due to distancing limits - the main room of the restaurant was as full as permitted...by rules keeping everyone apart). Despite this, our server was attentive and we never felt forgotten. This restaurant gets an excellent rating on the basis of the food though. Their chicken schnitzel was excellent - tender, crispy, not greasy and very tasty. Roast potatoes were good and the spaetzle was nice. The whole menu looked good, but we were craving schnitzel.More
There is no German restaurant in Toronto; so were happy to find this place that makes good central European food. They had good schnitzel and good goulash. The desserts were tasty but not German or Austrian. The house wine was good. The prices were a...bit steep by Toronto standards.More
This is more of an Eastern European restaurant. The schnitzel was some of the best I’ve had in Canada. The goulash was delicious and authentic. Our server was the right amount of attentive. The decor was casual and everything was clean.
So I my head, when I saw the sign on the street that said they had smoked polish sausages with sauerkraut as a special, it got my attention. Friendly clean place, very European decor, nice serve, quick response and quick cooking....sonit seemed like a good,.solid,...professional place. I noticed a local wine list, which was of interest to me, and I tried a sandbanks cabernetwhich I really enjoyed. It was pleasant, rich, deeply flavoured and complex. Yum.
The sausage, was a little disappointing. Not bad....it was fine. Just not exciting. It tasted more like a packaged smoked frank from no frills, to be honest. Which was tok bad. Mayne their bratwurst will have had a bit more texture and flavour....but again...it wasnt bad.
I saw a number of burgers delivered to neighbouring tables, and my thought was that maybe that was the winner. (They were devoured quickly so I'm guessing they're good ; )
Good wine list....friendly staff, clean and quick service...oh, and a choice of in or outdoor patio.
My mom and I had a horrible experience at this restaurant. The service was unbelievably slow and when the food finally came out it tasted like it was from a frozen microwave meal. My mom ordered a tomato salad and it literally was one tomato...sliced and slapped on a plate. Yet it was very pricey. We respectfully complained about the service and cost of the low quality food but we were met with very rude staff and owners. Quote from the owner: "If you don't pay then we will call the cops".
I will NOT go back and I would not recommend this restaurant to anyone. I hardly ever write reviews but this experience was so bad I feel compelled to warn others.More
First time visit
Looking for brunch and waffles
Tried eggs and polish sausage offering with homemade Borscht beet soup to start.
Very good soup ....
Eggs scrambled and perfect
Polish sausage lean hearty and delicious ...
Young man serving us provided
Absolutely tip worthy ...
Return trip planned to try thier schnitzels ....and more Borscht soup ...More