We went here in mid April for lunch with our son who lives in Guelph, at his suggestion. This was a nice experience, a comfortable, relaxed feel to the place but make no mistake, it is a pub. They carry a good selection of craft beers and the ones we had were very tasty indeed! Their dishes were also impressive, but being lunch we kept to basics: burgers for me and my son, risotto for my wife. I was pleased the plates were not on the table in short order, because you know a fresh risotto needs to be made from scratch and that takes a bit of time. When the plates came we were not disappointed; good portions all round with fresh greens. All very delicious. Total with tip came to about $75.
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