Dropped in to Upper Canada Village to pick up my yearly pass. Always stop by the Willard Hotel to have lunch with family. The last couple of years we have had the same lady serve us and she has a fantastic bubbly personality. We usual...More
1 - 10 of 34 reviews
"Upper Canada Village Food Service"? Really? Nobody will know that this means the restaurant at Willard's Hotel. It's a dumb idea to list it in TripAdvisor under a food service name, no matter who runs the place. We had a very nice meal here during...More
Food was very good! Service excellent. Negative was charge for refills on iced tea at the restaurant. It wasn't cheap to begin with, and I had two refills. Should be listed on menu. I never would have spent that much on iced tea. Left us...More
Upper Canada Village was great -- it was a pleasant evening walking around and enjoying the lights. The dinner we'd booked at Willard's Hotel was entirely unfitting. We were ushered into a cramped room with a large, loud party of people. The only lighting in...More
What a great experience! Our server was fun and informed, and we loved our seating on the front porch. The food was divine and fairly priced. Go for the pie!!
We sat on the front porch, we enjoyed the wonderful meal prepared mostly with food that they grow at the Village.
went there because we dint want to eat sandwich at the caffeteria we eat the chicken breast and a peas soup it came with home made breads it was good it take 30 minutes to get your meal but it is ok just take a...More
Had lunch at Willard's Hotel with a good friend. We ordered the smoked chicken sandwich and the beef stew. The food was quite tasty--very close to homemade. The service, on the other hand, was less than ideal. The woman who served us appeared distressed despite...More
Went to willards for lunch which was a very pleasant experience Menu was good selection and nearly everything home grown
We went to Willard’s Hotel during the Alight At Night festival. With advance reservations, we were seated with only a minimal wait. We enjoyed the ambience of this 1850’s hotel setting. The food was just Ok – kind of what you’d expect for cafeteria fare,...More