Whether your preference is steak, seafood or something off the beaten path, Cornwall’s dining scene has something for you. Cornwall’s eclectic mix of restaurants make the city a great place to visit for a unique culinary experience. And being just one hour west of Montreal and one hour south of Ottawa, it’s closer than you think!
119 Sydney Street
An intimate setting offering fresh seasonal menus curated with local ingredients in mind. You can enjoy a nice selection of fine wines to pair with your meal as well as hand crafted cocktails.
The service, atmosphere and culinary experience will wow you from start to finish at this locally owned and operated gem.
1600 Vincent Massey Drive
Quality and consistency are staples at this long-time family-owned restaurant.
The menu from Chef Paolo Spagnolo features the best in homemade Italian cuisine, steaks, milk-fed veal, chicken, seafood and more to go along with an extensive wine list that compliments every dish.
The outdoor patio adds to the restaurant’s cozy atmosphere and great hospitality. Buon Appetito!
27 Second Street East
The brainchild of new residents Jason Wagner and Rosie Templonuevo, Edward’s Bistro (named after their son) offers a varied menu of tasty meals, great coffee and delicious sweets.
The restaurant features a variety of breakfast, lunch and dinner offerings with a fusion menu that has samplings from many styles of cuisine.
Edward’s Bistro describes itself as a scratch open kitchen with a focus on using fresh, local ingredients where possible.
317 Pitt Street
Lunch, dinner, drinks – it all tastes good at Esca.
The popular establishment specializes in gourmet pizzas with creative toppings and the menu is bolstered by a wide array of delicious starters and entrees.
The bar features a great selection of craft beers, wines, and whiskeys and the outdoor patio offers a great spot to enjoy a sunny day with a cool drink.
1515 Vincent Massey Drive
Nestled in the Best Western Parkway Inn, Hops & Barley offers creative food, great wines and spirits and a selection of local craft beers.
Chef Fabien Clement Lynch has built a menu that combines traditional classic steak and seafood dishes, a variety of world-inspired main courses along with a new twist on pub fare and home-style dishes such as Shepherd’s Pie, meatloaf, bangers & mashed and fish & chips.
Cozy up by the fire and enjoy an amazing meal – a unique experience awaits.
1613 Pitt Street
Philos offers amazing food and an amazing atmosphere to match.
This long-standing restaurant specializes in Greek cuisine as well as steaks, seafood, pizza, pasta and many other appetizing dishes and starters.
Tradition reigns at Philos, with beloved family recipes inspiring a menu that is beloved by new and returning guests alike.
158 Pitt Street
Whether it’s a social event, date night or a special function, Schnitzels European Flavours has you covered.
The popular Downtown establishment offers an eclectic mix of feasts that will interest any palette. You can enjoy a more formal setting in the dining room or opt for a casual get-together in the comfortable bar or the beautiful outdoor patio on those warm summer nights.
The pub has 22 different beers on tap to go along with a list of other refreshing bevies, unique dishes, wood-fired pizzas and other comfort foods. At Schnitzels, it’s always a special experience.
Quality ingredients, great hospitality and a trendy decor makes Sheep’s Head Bistro a dining experience that is sure to satisfy.
The dinner offerings change seasonally to keep things fresh and ingredients are sourced locally whenever possible.
The eclectic menu, signature drinks and intimate setting make for a memorable experience you won’t soon forget.
903 Brookdale Ave
Cornwall’s newest dining destination has opened its doors!
The restaurant is now welcoming diners to its modern and renovated space. The Tauro menu has something to suit every taste, from steaks and seafood to raw oysters, rack of lamb, grilled octopus salad and a number of other savoury specialties. The restaurant also has a full bar with Rurban Brewing and Lost Villages Brewery on tap.
Tauro Restaurant is open Thursday to Saturday from 5 pm to 11 pm and Sunday from 5 pm to 9 pm and there are plans to introduce a Sunday brunch service in the future!
110-705 Cotton Mill Street
Located in Cornwall’s historic cotton mill district, The Stomping Grounds features exposed brick walls, wood beams and a restored wood floor that still bears the marks of the old steel carts that used to transport bales of raw cotton throughout the mill.
The menu is just as impressive as the historic surroundings, with an ever-changing mix of dinner selections.
Fresh dinner selections are complemented with a choice of quality wine and beer, including locally-brewed Rurban beer.