Friendly staff in a busy location. Good service. Only popped in for a few drinks to cool down on a hot day.
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The Firkin series all have the same menu. So if you like one Firkin, they'll all work for you. Poutine was great. Fried pickles were great. Shepards pure was very good. Drinks were very good... I think I had the blueberry lemonade. Would come again.
I had walked past The Friar a couple of days ago and went in just because it was close to my hotel. Didn't really know what to expect in terms of the menu and was pleasantly surprised. I ordered shepherd's pie and my colleague a...More
Came here a few times, liked the references to the British boozer and the U.K. as a whole. Good atmosphere, a few British classics like Fish and Chips, etc... Friendly staff behind the bar although needed to waiting a while to grab the bar tenders...More
Stopped in at this pleasant pub and had a wonderful experience. The food was great, hot and plentiful. The staff were very pleasant. Nothing was too much trouble. We had a lovely time and will for sure be going back there. 4 people with drinks...More
Restaurant was fairly empty at 7:30 pm on a Friday. Only 3 or 4 other tables were full. Server was great, food was good not great. The spicy chorizo mac and cheese wasn't fantastic-the chorizo itself wasn't spicy but the jalapeno pepper pieces were. Beer...More
Underground British Pub. Food was nothing special - not great, not bad. Portions are big (at least burgers are huge). Lunch time atmosphere quiet, suitable for conversation.
We loved this little pub..we went 5 times in 2 weeks during our stay in Toronto. The pub food was great and the atmosphere was cosy. A comfortable retreat for a casual meal as a couple and catching up with friends. Would highly recommend!
A nice little pub nestled between King Street and Queen Street...Great if you want to stop in for a quick beer and catch up on the hockey game!