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Nicola Federico said 4 years ago
The service is really professional. The food was amazing.. so good I forgot to take pics.. Strongly suggest!!
Le Samourai said 4 years ago
Quaint restaurant with some classic homey dishes. I had the lamb shank and it was succulent and delicious!
Laura Mills said 4 years ago
Cool old building. I have tired the duck, the steak, the pan fried banana bread. Everything I try here is amazing
Kassandra Heroux said 5 years ago
We recently moved to Midland from Merrickville, near Ottawa, and had visitors from that area for the weekend. We started to have fun with Nicole, our server, right from the start. She was amazing as was the food. We would definitely eat there again, but only if we can get Nicole to serve us. Thanks for the fun night and great food. From "The Nice People".
Dirk Menzel said 5 years ago
Within the scope of our round trip through the eastern parts Canada we came to Midland . This restaurant was recommended by a bank Clerk ... so we tied it out. Very friendly staff, who gave us enough time to translate the menu. Our diner was very yummy - good variety of wine and beer. Appropriate price-performance ratio. It's a pity that we stayed just one day in Midland.

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