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“very good”
Review of Savoury and Sweet Restaurant - MOVED

Savoury and Sweet Restaurant
Certificate of Excellence
Price range: US$10 - US$30
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Good for: View, Special Occasion Dining, Groups
Dining options: Dinner, Breakfast, After-hours, Reservations
Description: European Classic Meals, Schnitzels, Veal, Beef or Chicken Stews with home made dumplings, Cabbage Rolls, Goulash, made from scratch home made Soups, vegetarian and meat savoury crepes and sweet dessert crepes. Restaurant will close permanently September 7 2016
Reviewed 20 July 2014

We just ate at Savoury and Sweet this afternoon. I found it to a very pleasant experience. I had the chicken paprikash crepes with cucumber salad, and a cabbage roll. All very good and I would get it again. We also had the stew which was very good. The kids got waffles which they wolfed down in no time. Our waiter did explain to us ahead of time if you don't care for dark meat chicken don't get the paprikash (they use chicken thighs). The only thing that I can say wasn't terrific is that it took awhile to get the food after ordering but I understand they make it all homemade. I found it worth the wait. Much better food than at some of the chains around the falls. Would I go again...most definitely.

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4  Thank buc
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Reviewed 19 July 2014

We had read the many positive reviews of this restaurant on TripAdvisor and made a specific point of visiting Sweet and Savoury. In fact, it was going to be the highlight of our 1200 mile trip. However, we were very disappointed in the experience. Yes, it is a family owned and operated business, and we like to frequent these locales over the chains. It serves primarily Hungarian food. Three of the persons in our party are from Hungary and we looked forward to a delicious meal. Our major complaint was that the owner was so preoccupied with his website that his service to our table took a back seat. He did not ask us if we wanted water (it was a very hot day when we arrived and we were parched); nor did he ask us if we wanted anything from the bar. He exited to smoke at one point and one of our party had to get up and search for the salt and pepper shakers. When the food did arrive, he was still so engrossed in looking at his website of the restaurant, that our food sat on the counter for at least 5-7 minutes. His wife came out of the kitchen and yelled at him to deliver the food to our table. By then, the noodles (small dumplings were ice cold). The schnitzels were very good, but the chicken paprikash was underwhelming. My partner did not like the dark meat or the sauce. The crepes were the redeeming feature of the meal. Would we go back to this restaurant, probably not.!

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8  Thank 45,510
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Reviewed 1 July 2014

Found this place while researching our trip on TripAdvisor, it had good reviews so we decided to check it out for lunch! It was very good, authentic and fresh. The only downside is that because food is made fresh, they had run out of cabbage rolls the night before so I had to change my order. Would go back. It is not in the touristy part of town which is nice, a quiet break.
Lisa

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7  Thank Lisa L
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Reviewed 29 June 2014

We found this gem of a small European restaurant off the beaten track in Niagara Falls. The menu has a good variety of European foods such as sweet & savoury crepes, schnitzels, chicken paprika, cabbage rolls and wonderful soups including goulash . They have a three course value meal consisting of soup, choice of entree & dessert crepe for $19.99, delicious!
We met the owner Tamas and on his recommendation had a fabulous meal. We will definitely be back!

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6  Thank julianna_10
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Reviewed 18 June 2014 via mobile

After being besieged by the tacky lights and attractions of Lundy's Lane, we were grateful to have a car to take us to Savoury and Sweet. This family owned and operated business stands out in sea of tourist traps as the real deal. The three course meal was a great value compared to overpriced, underwhelming food in the area. Try the huge polish beers. We thoroughly enjoyed dining here.The owners really take pride in their business.

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8  Thank Firenzehugs
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