This summer I dropped in to newly opened Narduzzi’s breakfast/lunch family restaurant a couple of times… once each for breakfast and for lunch.
The breakfast menu is not overly extensive but does include most of the usual options… eggs, omeletters, waffles, French toast, pancakes, breakfast sandwiches, etc. Prices range from $6.95 to $12.99. The $12.99 offering is really unique and intriguing… Breakfast Poutine which is described as “Fries, Bacon, Sausage, Maple Syrup, Cheddar, Mozzarella, Hollandaise Sauce with your favorite style of eggs”. I was really tempted but decided to wait until next summer when I will bring my wife along to share. Instead I had the Eggs Benedict with Home Fries ($10.95)… which came a tad overcooked (hard yolk) but OK for a diner; truly house-made skin-on home fries were really good. Good coffee and I was offered multiple refills.
The lunch menu is straightforward. Fourteen menu items are all priced at $13.99 but with sufficient variety to satisfy most diner customers. (The Breakfast Poutine is one of the fourteen lunch offerings.) I opted for the Fish & Chips. Very good; large tasty piece of fish in very thin, non-oily batter and good fries.
On both occasions the food was well prepared, service was friendly and attentive. The ambiance is spacious and somewhat more upscale than most breakfast/lunch eateries; suitable for large groups.
- Breakfast menu is served until 11:00 am Monday – Saturday; Sundays until close
- Tea comes in a ceramic no-spill pot… a nice touch
- Wheelchair accessible
- Family friendly… child high chairs available (but no separate children menu)
- Spacious clean washroom
Bottom line… solidly earned Very Good.
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