A great selection on the menu. Place is small but cozy with charm. The food and the service was good. They make good drinks.
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I usually only come here for brunch and get either the eggs benny or pancetta omelette. Both are delicious and come with potatoes. The food is always delicious and cooked perfectly, and I love the coffee here. Definitely recommend!
Character restaurant set in a 100 years old house yet very convenient for a business lunch meeting. Tasty and affordable lunch menu. I recommend the pan seared cod I had as the Wednesday special: the fish was cooked to perfection. Very friendly, efficient service too.
it is a charming old house, and it has a diverse menu . I have been 4 times in the past month : ) service is casual but good , and the food has been very good and great value even for their wines .
Went there to specifically order the fondue and they didn't disappoint us. It was good. The restaurant is a house that has been converted to a restaurant.
Five of us dined at the Laurier Lounge for an early Christmas lunch as we wanted to get out of the downtown core.The restaurant is comfortable and homey. I liked that there was a fire going in the front atrium space. While we did not...More
A nice relaxed atmosphere. We had the mussels for an appetizer, and the beef stew for a main, and it was excellent.
I've heard so much about Laurier and finally tried it out. The restaurant was nothing spectacular, the fondue lacked substance thankfully the service was attentive.
I had lunch at this restaurant October 2016 and my salmon burger was excellent. My lunch companion had the Maple Salmon and she also really liked her food. Service was great, wine prices were extremely reasonable at $5/glass. I will definitely be coming to to...More