British style pub, menu and decor match the style. Clean, not too loud. Perfectly lit, food was amazing and priced really well. Tap beer is a good temp, could have more variety but there's something for everyone.
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The Churchmouse and Firkin is a great neighbourhood pub that we have been frequenting for the past 10 years or since it opened. The head chef it wonderful and always ready to accept any kind of criticism whether positive or negative. We once mentioned how...More
Always keen to try new things, I started off with a pint of local brew Muskoka Detour, IPA: full-bodied and flavourful. The French onion soup was ideally hot and rich, if just a tad crunchy (all a matter of taste!). For a change, I ordered...More
new to the city of toronto and noticed a place not to far from my condo and decided to try it out. I had wings and the firkin burger and fires. the wings were delicious however the mild sauce is more medium, if you like...More
Took some friends from out of town here as I was looking for a crowd-pleasing menu. Standard fare of drinks, appetizers and mains, same as all other Firkin pubs in Toronto. Saturday afternoon here was pretty busy and a bit loud but nothing unexpected for...More
I had chicken on a bun with sweet potato fries. The chicken wasn't very good, it was chicken thigh and tasted horrible. I expected chicken breast but it seems they are cutting corners on food. My Cesar drink was good however I don't think I'll...More
We enjoyed our meal here. Service was fast and friendly. Food was hot and fresh. The menu is not extensive but appealing to most tastes. Our party had a burger and fries, curry and a pesto chicken sandwich and fries. Our server was warm and...More
Like all firkin pubs the beer is cold and the food is good, exactly as advertised. The spicy chorizo mac and cheese didn't disappoint, fair amount of spice, lots of cheese, delish! Well done Church Mouse, well done.