It’s often said that food is the universal language. In Cornwall, we speak that language.

The city is bursting with flavours from around the world just waiting to be explored – and enjoyed! From Italian and Greek cuisine to Asian and Middle Eastern fare – and so many more – you’re sure to find a new dish to savour. Escape routine and expand your taste palate with a visit to one of Cornwall’s many great restaurants.

Now you’re speaking our language.

  • 1140-A Brookdale Avenue
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    Enjoy a creative menu, generous portions and a welcoming atmosphere at Au Vieux Duluth on Brookdale Avenue.

    The Greek restaurant’s souvlaki is a menu favourite for many returning guests.

    You can also bring your own wine with you while you savour some amazing flavours.

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  • 1503 Pitt Street
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    Bangkok Noodle Soup & Grill focuses on authentic Thai noodle soups and grilled meats.

    Each dish is meticulously flavored with a savory mix of Thai style spices, under the watchful eyes of owners Anna and Jack Rattanavong.

    The quality of the dishes and comfy surroundings will leave you wanting more – and wanting to return again and again.

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  • 119 Sydney Street
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    The Birchwood Cafe

    The Birchwood Café offers a strong focus on home-style food with a New Zealand twist.

    Born from the creative energies of Calgary chef Carson Killham and New Zealander Gina Scandrett, the restaurant offers a daily cabinet style menu for breakfast and lunch. The menu is ever-changing and features kiwi classics such as Anzac biscuits, slices and meatpies, among many other offerings.

    Also on offer are a range of house-made jams, chutneys, hot sauces, pestos and frozen meals to take home.

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  • 1404 Pitt St, Cornwall
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    Welcome to Bombay Grill RBG, Cornwall’s newest culinary gem! Step into a world of exquisite flavors and delectable spices as we take you on an unforgettable gastronomic journey! From traditional Tandoori delights to aromatic curries; there is something for everyone!

    Their food offers a fusion of authentic Indian cuisine with a contemporary twist, sure to please any palette!

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  • 1600 Vincent Massey Drive
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    Casa Paolo

    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!

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  • 1 Water Street East (Cornwall Square)
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    Fresh, healthy and tasty Mediterranean food is what you’ll find at Cedars inside the Cornwall Square.

    A Cornwall institution, Cedars has been serving up shawarmas and other tasty dishes to the masses for many years.

    It’s longevity and popularity among locals speaks to the quality of food on offer.

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  • 900 Pitt Street (Unit 4)
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    Opened in 2003, Family Corner Restaurant strives to provide the most fresh and tasteful Indian and Pakistani food experience to their customers – and there are many.

    The butter chicken and nan are two staple items on the extensive menu.

    The menu also includes Greek, Italian and Canadian fare along with daily breakfast.

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  • 128 Pitt Street
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    Jack Lee's

    Jack Lee’s has been a staple in Downtown Cornwall for decades.

    Mr. Lee opened the establishment in 1966 and it became the first buffet-style Chinese restaurant in the city. Mr. Lee sold the restaurant to close friends June and Albert Yee later in life, but he remained involved right up until his passing in 2006 at the age of 80.

    The restaurant’s character hasn’t changed much over the years, and neither has its philosophy of offering good food at good prices.

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  • 9-720 Fourteenth Street West
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    Love Sushi offers a wide variety of Japanese cuisine from miso soup to mochi ice cream – and of course sushi and sashimi. The menu lists over 200 options from appetizers to party trays.

    The new restaurant is bright and open and is colourfully decorated with Japanese art and offers seating for 18 patrons. Customers can eat in, take out or have their meals delivered.

    Love Sushi offers both sushi and sashimi, as well as vegetarian rolls and bento boxes.

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  • 40-812 Pitt Street
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    Marrow & Spice is a cross between a farmers’ market and a restaurant, with a long list of local products and ready-to-eat meals ready to satisfy.

    You can eat-in or take out and enjoy entrees and soups that vary daily and are prepared from scratch.

    The kitchen features everything from Jamaican jerk chicken to pad thai and countless other flavours from around the world.

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  • 44 Second Street West
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    Panda Restaurant is a popular Downtown Cornwall eatery featuring tasty Chinese, Thai and Szechuan dishes.

    Generous portions are the norm whether you dine-in, take out or call for delivery.

    Group dinners are available, making it simple to enjoy a variety of different dishes with your family or friends.

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  • 1613 Pitt Street
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    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.

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  • 315 Montreal Road
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    This family-owned business on Montreal Road offers North American Chinese food along with authentic Sichuan cuisine.

    The food and service has helped Ruby establish a solid following of food lovers in the region.

    The Kung Pao Chicken and General Tao Chicken are two good places to start on the menu.

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  • 158 Pitt Street
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    Established in 2006, Schnitzels European Flavours has the perfect combination of atmosphere and great food.  A variety of Schnitzels, traditional sauces and spaetzles are among some of the tasty options featured.

    Not to be outdone are their famous wood fire pizzas with as many as 15 different pies to choose from.

    If you’re in the mood for a pint, pair your meal with one of their international beers on tap from Germany, Amsterdam, Belgium or England.

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  • 18 Third Street East
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    Shah’s offers a little bit of everything for those looking to enjoy authentic Afghani and Middle Eastern flavours.

    Shah’s claim to fame is its incredible marinated chicken wings, kebabs and homemade naan bread.

    In addition to the restaurant, the space also features a halal butcher shop and grocery store filled to the brim with imported spices, sauces, rice, noodles, flours, frozen desserts and more.

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  • 105 Pitt St.
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    The Spicy Pearl

    Fill your belly and warm your heart with one of the many Caribbean-inspired creations at the Spicy Pearl.

    Co-owners Lee Theodore and Roger Caron are serving up a diverse menu that ranges from fish dishes to curry chicken and goat, along with Tchaka, a hearty Haitian stew.

    The restaurant sources local foods wherever possible to go with the Caribbean spice and flare.

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  • 1-17305 Cornwall Centre Road
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    If you have a hunger for Chinese food, Sunshine is a good place to visit.

    Large portions, fast service and amazing egg rolls have helped establish Sunshine as a must-visit on the local restaurant scene.

    The restaurant offers a variety of Oriental dishes and combination plates to suit every appetite.

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  • 417 Thirteenth Street West
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    Thai Khmer Cuisine offers a unique take on Thai cuisine. The owners, Som and Jew Chuk, focus on not only Thai cuisine, but also on many Cambodian dishes.

    The restaurant offers dozens of different dishes along with a buffet on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays.

    A focus on great food and quality service has helped Thai Khmer develop a solid following of foodies.

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  • 1615 Pitt Street
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    Thum’s Kitchen is the place in Cornwall to get authentic Thai cuisine made from fresh ingredients and with traditional Thai inspiration.

    The food is complemented by a beautifully-decorated establishment to create an authentic Thai dining experience.

    At Thum’s, you’re sure to find quick service, friendly servers and excellent food.

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  • 101 Pitt Street
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    Tilly’s offers foodies some quality home-cooked breakfast and lunch options in a cozy, nostalgic setting.

    The beautiful restaurant is the brainchild of owner and chef Carol Ann Breedyk, who turned to her family’s European roots for inspiration for the new venture – from the name right down to the menu.

    From homemade sausages and deli sandwiches to potato pancakes and quiche, Tilly’s menu is ever-changing. There’s also tasty pastries and desserts along with great coffee.

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  • 11 Fourth Street West
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    Tiny Table

    Tiny Table may be small in size, but the food is high in quality.

    The restaurant offers amazing pho as well as a nice selection of soups, rolls and rice wraps. Vegetarian options are also available.

    This local gem offers a cozy, family-like setting where you will feel like family – a nice complement to the authentic food you are sure to enjoy!

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  • 2851 Marleau Avenue
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    Greek cuisine comes to life at Zorba’s, a cozy home-style restaurant on Marleau Avenue.

    Breakfast and lunch specials abound, and the Greek omelette and pita souvlaki factor prominently on the menu.

    The flavourful meals come with great service and a smile and the portions are sure to satisfy any appetite.

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