Not impressed! I made a reservation for a friends post wedding brunch on open table.ca and got the confirmation email with the time. However the diner had a different time for my reservation and could not give my group a table although they sat a group of the same size after I just talked to the staff proving the mix up was there’s. We never got a table so we had to leave. Very disappointed and not likely to return again.
This was a birthday brunch for my husband. The Fine Diner was a great choice for breakfast. I had the muesli granola with Greek yogurt and my husband had the chocolate chips pancakes.
As usual the food was fantastic! I'm never disappointed. To die for melt in your mouth candied bacon. Wicked chunky hashbrowns. Definitely will be back!!
We had a delicious meal at The Fine Diner. Quick, efficient service, and accommodating of my boyfriend's endless modifications.
It was amazing to find a place so accommodating to dietary restrictions!
I love their food and love that they donate any gratuities, shop local, share their leftovers with charities and reduce their environmental impact.
Service was pretty slow - took 25 minutes to get a coffee with Kalua (15 min after I ordered a coffee with Baileys I was told they were out of Baileys). We both had breakfast dishes - Hash & French Toast. Vanilla Custard French Toast was decent but they seriously skimped on the lemon chantilly cream which was the highlight of the dish. The Pulled Pork Hash was ok but lacked flavour. Overall, not my favourite brunch but any means, wouldn’t return.
Food was below average for the price. We were the only people in for brunch and the chef forgot to prepare half of our meal
My boyfriend and I took another couple to the fine diner after church, right at lunch time. We made a reservation and was seated and served promptly. Friendly staff. Clean facility. Nice washroom. The food was really good, local grown food, healthy, and fair portion sizes. Celiac considerate which was great for my friend who requires gluten free.
I hadn’t been to the Fine Diner for a couple of years and it feels different. It’s not as busy, the chalkboards aren’t full of specialty items/drinks/fun facts. The food was good but not as unique/specialty as I was used to from there. However, the bacon was divine!