The ten-grain spaghetti was tasty but the round zucchini could have been cut smaller not just in half. Everything is made from scratch. Woodburning Barbeque Company is fully-licensed restaurant will be open for lunch and dinner, seven days a week. Woodburning Barbeque Company I thought about what I like to eat and what types of foods intrigue me. When we left around 1030 and the bar area was full and so were all of the tables. No question asked and without a frown. Staff were excellent but the manager Mark was horribly rude to us.
Everyone really liked their meals. Started off with the hostess disappearing to look for patio seats for a couple and disappearing again upon returning, until a waitress noticed us waiting. Our waitress guaranteed us we would love the calamari and that we'd compare all future calamari to this one. We are not copying anyone else's style—we are creating our own! We ordered some salads, all came full of onions which was not indicated in the menu description. The staff asked them to not let the kids run wild but the parents did not seem to listen.
While our evening started our well at 6:30, within an hour the place was humming. I will never come back there. Then when we did find him, he refused to comply with the prior agreement. The house wine was perfect as we did not want to drink too much because we were both driving. I prefer to frequent 10 either for lunch for a relatively early dinner as things pump up after 8ish and the relaxation turns to high energy.
How does this restaurant rate? We have dined at 10 before and had a great experience. There were 5 of us for dinner. The service is consistently attentive, friendly and the staff know their menu items and wines. My favourite meal on the menu is the baby back ribs which I do in the oven for two hours and then put on the wood-fire grill to finish and I make my own barbeque sauce. Everything is made from scratch. There would have been at least 2 more orders, if she had asked.
Unfortunately we booked a reservation on Saturday night, and were seated next to a large group, who proceeded to sit at the end of their table, compromising our dining space. Spring rolls, salads and tapas plate were all delicious. One had fish and chips and it was greasy, and one had the steak frites and steak was not seasoned. Try the lobster rolls, calamari and flatbread to name a few. Perfect timing to then walk along the beautiful waterfront and digest the stellar gourmet meal. The service was not attentive at all, even though the restaurant was empty.
It has an innovative menu with interesting food combinations for example, a fantastic duck mac and cheese , comfortable booths which allow for easy conversation away from the noise of the bar area , and a variety of options from small plates to salads to entrees, I have frequently shared plates with dining companions and they always offer to plate them separately. We did not feel rushed at any point even though he began to get busy. Very generous portions for sharing. One person says one thing and another says something totally opposite. She writes primarily for GoodLife Mississauga Magazine and mississauga. Anytime we want to celebrate an occasion, it is our number one choice. Our server was pleasantly friendly and helpful to suggest menu options.
Food portions are relatively small. We've dined here a couple of times because our friends live nearby. We were seated in a comfortable booth in the upper level. This is rustic old-school food like people used to cook in the 50s and 60s—we are bringing back that homemade goodness. The dining area is comfortable, cozy and relaxing, service was excellent and we all enjoyed our food. The mushroom and artichoke flatbread was also excellent as was the iceberg wedge.
The food took quite long to arrive waited 45 minutes between appetizer and main course and wasn't very good: - Caesar salad was limp, with polenta croutons that were mushy. She writes primarily for GoodLife Mississauga Magazine and mississauga. Live music plays after 10. My cousin and I came to this restaurant based on it's availability on OpenTable. You can't go wrong with this place.