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Reviewed March 15, 2020 via mobile

I had been for lunch awhile ago as the menu and prices had changed. It felt like it hadn’t quite found it’s new vibe., but good food different price range. We were delighted to find last weekend the menu and prices had returned to the...delicious homespun country elegance of before. The larger dining room is spacious with country charm and coziness. The yummy scones arrived with sliced bread and butter on a slate slab. Delicious! Amazing generous serving of tender mussels served in an intensely flavoured tomato broth. There were ample slices of peppers, onions and tomatoes topped with micro greens. A hot sesame baguette accompanied this appetizer so that we could soak up this heavenly sauce. Pork tenderloin medallions were perfectly cooked and sat on a bed of warm apple purée. The mash potatoes and bright, crisp vegetables all came piping hot. Beautifully plated with a sprig of thyme, I would say they have found their groove. The braised rib dinner was equally enjoyed. Glad we rediscovered this spot. Service is and has always been attentive and friendly. If you haven’t been back recently, it’s time to give them another try.More

Date of visit: March 2020
Reviewed March 5, 2020

We attended a private party for 21 people held in the upstairs dining room. We started with appetizers as the crowd assembled. The Bruschetta, Chicken Skewers and Crab Cakes were delicious. The entrees were chosen by the hostess and we had a choice of 3...items - Rib Eye Steak, Chicken Supreme and Grilled Perch... it was hard to choose and they all turned out to be excellent.. Chef Scott has brought back many familiar items to the menu, all cooked in the homestyle way that the Globe was always known for. Delicious, creamy mashed potatoes and fresh vegetables with a tasteful garnish made the plates look so appealing. All the items got rave reviews from the whole crowd. As usual, the service was impeccable and the whole crowd was delighted with the whole event.More

Date of visit: March 2020
Reviewed February 27, 2020

This was our first time dining here. It was a nice atmosphere, not too noisy so conversation was easy to have. Our server was very nice, polite, and friendly. Food was good. 3 of us had the short rib, it was okay but not amazing....My only complaint is that their alcohol seems a bit pricey.More

Date of visit: February 2020
Reviewed January 7, 2020

Haven't been for a while found the interior had lost it's cosiness. Food was good but dissapionted my turkey pie wasn't a real pie just mash on top of turkey stew. Every one in our party enjoyed the food. Service was very good.

Date of visit: December 2019
Reviewed October 23, 2019

A meal in a place that is in my familys history. wonderful to learn its history and great place to dine with family and friends.

Date of visit: September 2019
Reviewed October 10, 2019

My husband and I dined at this lovely country restaurant on a Monday evening. We both ordered beef short ribs for our main course. The ribs were delicious--very tender and glazed with a red wine jus. The local, seasonal vegetables and housemade bread were also...very tasty and fresh. My husband's green salad was lightly dressed with a just-out-of-the-garden flavour and texture, and his pumpkin pie was also delicious. Prices are reasonable. Highly recommended!More

Date of visit: October 2019
Reviewed September 9, 2019

Here we are again reviewing another restaurant within one hour’s drive from Palgrave. The 3R’s club (Resto Rating Ring) this time, reached out to Rosemount (40 minutes away) to experience The Globe Restaurant. The history of the building is quite interesting and dates back to...the mid-1800th. Ceiling, floors and support beams all seemed to be original. The lack of service and the quality of the food seemed to be somewhat lacking. Anna and Lisa did their best to serve our table of 6. Unfortunately Lisa was new at the job and Anna was serving, greeting, bar tending, patio and dining room order taking and running the billing for all. On the food side of things, as you can see from the menu for lunch, the selection is limited with some specials ( 3 of them that day). Our selection of chicken salad, brisket sandwich, tacos, 2 fish dishes and quiche were somewhat acceptable. The tacos had a very dry content, the chicken salad was very basic and the quiche and fish portions were rather small. The Brisket as it turned out was difficult to digest. The side salads were served in a side dish and position on a napkin on the main plate which is not good plating for a fine dining restaurant. We could also mentioned that some of the glass ware had lipstick and fingerprint marks on them. The wine selection by the glass is expensive and very limited. The owner of this establishment also owns the general store across the street and the community centre which is to be turned into a meeting place for larger groups with its own kitchen. My suggestion would be for him to concentrate on improving the Globe which could be a great destination.More

Date of visit: September 2019
Reviewed September 5, 2019

The service was extremely friendly, professional and prompt as it always has been however the quality of the food is not as I remember. We went for lunch. I ordered the quiche and fries… The quiche was very ordinary, small piece and not particularly hot....The fries on the other hand had good flavor, were hand cut and hot. The strawberry shortcake, butter tarts for dessert at our table were, on the other hand, excellent.... The standard of food that I am used to at the Globe. They did not have their raspberry pie on the menu which was a disappointment but we went across the street to the Rosemont General Store and Market where we picked up a frozen one to take home. The restaurant is wheelchair accessible with a ramp at the front however the washrooms are not wheelchair accessible for full-time, full-size wheelchairs. They would be suitable for someone who uses a walker or cane. They have added an outside covered patio since I was last there and that is a delightful place to eat. Is it possible to get to that if you are a wheelchair user.More

Date of visit: August 2019
Reviewed August 29, 2019

My family love to come here - brings backs memories of big celebratory occasions - along with wholesome and well cooked meals. My husband and I enjoyed an absolutely delicious dinner here recently - he had the rib steak and I the Trout. Both were...perfectly cooked and accompanied by 4 pieces of home made brown bread and fresh salted butter. We paid extra for vegetables and potatoes. My vegetable medley /salsa was fresh and zingy. I ordered salad as a starter - big bowl of very freshly tossed leaves in a light vinagrette. Desert was strawberry shortcake ( tea biscuit) and a mini butter tart ( nothing mini about it) with maple cream ( whipped cream w a drizzle of maple syrup). The new owners ( been there 5 yrs?) of 2 ever - have retained the old world charm and aspects of the menu but certainly cut back on the wonderful excess of vegetables, bread baskets, and garnishes which were lavished on all in the earlier regime. Anne, our attentive, friendly and efficient waitress has been working here for 39 years and remembers frequent diners - adding to the warmth and welcome we experienced. Good food, lovely restaurant but like most things now - if they are good, they are more expensive than they were.More

Date of visit: August 2019
Reviewed August 16, 2019

A charming old inn on a beautiful property with a lovely dining room and a really nice outdoor patio. Amazing brisket, French fries, mushroom pate and homemade bread. Great service and you get a homemade oatmeal raisin cookie to go at no extra charge. Great...place to break your journey too!More

Date of visit: August 2019
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June 24, 2018|
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Response from MrWine89 | Reviewed this property |
Nope they dont have BYOW permit
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Response from theweescunner | Reviewed this property |
I tip 15 to 20% on the pre-tax total. If the service is really good I always tip 20%
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Response from sixthcents | Reviewed this property |
I did not see it on the menu. It may have been a special. I have been going to The Globe for years and I don't remember it as one of their regular menu items.
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The Globe Restaurant is rated accordingly in the following categories by Tripadvisor travellers:
  • Food: 4.5
  • Service: 4.5
  • Value: 4
  • Atmosphere: 4.5