We ordered two cheeseburgers and a Poutine (fries, gravy and cheese curds) and drinks. Prices were reasonable and everything including the cups and cutlery are biodegradable and you wouldn't know it as they were good quality. The chalk boards inside explain how conscious they really are, real nice to see. The burgers were good with the softest hamburger bun I have had in a while. The Poutine was a little lacking, the gravy tasted like it was from a can, I prefer my gravy from scratch, therefore I am very particular about my gravies and only a personal preference, the fries were very crispy and there were a lot of cheese curds. We split this between the two of us and we couldn't finish it. The restaurant is self serve style with plenty of seating and lots of windows to people watch in the Cook St Village, a quaint little area.
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