Niagara Restaurant Guide 

Dining in Niagara Falls. Listing of places to eat in Niagara Falls. Guide  for many of the city's restaurants classified by area and cuisine. Includes restaurant reviews, photos of  restaurants and traveler comments

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Fine Dining - Restaurants


Rainforest (52 reviews)

Skylon Tower (32 reviews)

Monticello Grille House (22 reviews)

Casa d'Oro (27 reviews)

Carpaccio (30 reviews)

Planet Hollywood (24 reviews)

CopaCabana (51 reviews)

Casa Mia (22 reviews)

Remingtons Of Montana (13 reviews)

The Love Boat (35 reviews)

Edgewaters and Riverwalk (22 reviews)

Pinnacle (9 reviews)

Watermark (19 reviews)

Terrapin Grille (5 reviews)

Queenston Heights (4 reviews)

17 Noir (10 reviews)

Montana's (23 reviews)

Chatters Mediterranean (23 reviews)

Red Chateau (18 reviews)

Whirlpool (2 reviews)

Johny Rocco's (19  reviews)

Capri (CLOSED 16 reviews)

Elements (2 reviews)

Margaritaville (3 reviews)

Keg - Embassy Suites (45 reviews)

Keg - Victoria Avenue (7 reviews)

Wolfgang Puck (CLOSED 22 reviews)

Happy Wanderer (CLOSED 30 reviews)


Casual Dining - Restaurants


My Cousin Vinny's (85 reviews )

Flying Saucer (46 reviews )

Beef Baron (12 reviews )

Tony Romas (Fallsview Blvd) (25 reviews)

Tony Romas (Ferry St) (12 reviews)

Applebee's (Fallsview Blvd) (28 reviews)

Applebee's (Victoria Ave) (9 reviews)

Mama Mia's (19 reviews)

Taco N Tequila (30 reviews)

Yukiguni (8 reviews)

Peking (7 reviews)

Tandoor Hut (12 reviews)

Coco's (10 reviews)

Red Lobster (6 reviews)

Ruby Tuesday (11 reviews)

La Hacienda (2 reviews)

Four Brothers (11 reviews)

Guru Fine Indian Restaurant (8 reviews)

IHOP Restaurant (19 reviews)

Far East Chinese Restaurant (16  reviews)

Lotus Garden Restaurant (2 reviews)

Old Stone Inn Restaurant (4 reviews)

Delhi Darbar (CLOSED 4 reviews)

Curry Queen (5 reviews)

Captain Murphy's (CLOSED 1 review)

Fine Kettle O'Fish (CLOSED 10 reviews)

A Cut Above (CLOSED 12 reviews)


Buffets, Cafes, Pizzerias, Steakhouses


Antica (55 reviews)

TGI Fridays (44 reviews)

Hard Rock Cafe (NF, Ontario) (21 reviews)

Spicy Olive Bar (26 reviews)

Boston Pizza (Clifton Hill) (21 reviews)

Mick & Angelo's (27 reviews)

Taste Of Bombay (10 reviews)

Napoli Ristorante & Pizzeria (9 reviews)

Country Chalet (42 reviews)

Kelsey’s (18 reviews)

Wild Mushroom Sports Bar (6 reviews)

Pazzo Matto (5 reviews)

AlMac's Buffet (53 reviews)

Passage To India (27 reviews)

Chip N Charlie Bar & Eatery (6 reviews)

Michinoku Sushi (3 reviews)

Jack Tanners (5 reviews)

Zappi's Pizza (16 reviews)

Frontier Grill House (4 reviews)

Dave & Buster's (5 reviews)

Outback Steakhouse (13 reviews)

Hooters ( CLOSED 6 reviews)

IL Sorriso Cafe & Pizzeria (5 reviews)

Boulevard Bistro (5 reviews)

Taps Brewhouse & Grill (5 reviews)

Bravo Pizzeria (7 reviews)

China Buffet (CLOSED 27 reviews)

Shibuki Japanese Sushi (CLOSED, 13 reviews)


Featured Restaurants


14184 Niagara Pkwy, Queenston, Ontario.  

Reservations recommended. Main courses $20-C$30 

March-December daily 11am-9pm. 905-262-4274

Read 5 reviews on Queenston Height Restaurant

Queenston Heights Restaurant REGIONAL/CANADIAN CUISINE Perched above the Niagara River, the dining room of this restaurant in the heart of Oueenston Heights Park offers a spectacular view. The view is at its most beautiful in the autumn, when the trees on both sides of the Niagara River blaze with warm fall colors. The menu features a variety of cuisines, with a number of Canadian-themed dishes, which may include local St. David's proscuitto on golden beet and arugula salad drizzled with apple cider vinaigrette, Ontario veal braised in tomato and garden herbs with Yukon mashed potatoes, and Canadian maple syrup mousse. Service is efficient, if a little distant. The children's menu is more imaginative than most – for instance, veal scaloppini with capellini and vegetables in tomato sauce, or sirloin strips with spinacli dumplings and seasonal vegetables. It's nice to see the kitchen making an effort for the kids as well as the grow-ups. In addition to lunch and dinner, the restaurant serves Sunday brunch seasonally and aftemoon tea on weekends from May to October (daily in July and Aug). One more offering – Niagara Grand Dinner Theatre puts on shows here: matinee and evening performances along witn a three-course menu. 



17 Noir REGIONAL/CONTEMPORARY CUISINE It only makes sense that the Fallsview Casino has a restaurant that pays homage to gambling. Decorated in reds and blacks to mimic a roulette table, the chairs are fussy felt and the tables are round. The food is some of the best that your gambling money can buy, and it's worth the trip even if gambling isn't in your plans. Portions are large and the range is wide. A squash soup is a great blend of pureed squash with a creamy butter, which brings out the sweetness of the vegetable. And for fish lovers, I recommend an organic Irish salmon filet cooked to your liking, just like a steak. The salmon is perched on top of fingerling potatoes, double smoked bacon, and shallot veal reduction. Choose from other sumptuous treats like seared bison with celery-root puree, foie gras turnover, and seared sea scallops. Traditional Tahitian vanilla bean cheesecake is thick and bursting with worthy calories. Downstairs from the dining room, have a seat at the sushi and noodle bar, which is open late. Watch the Japanese master sushi chefs (two on staff) prepare delicacies right in front of your eyes  Read 5 reviews on 17 Noir

6380 Fallsview Blvd. Niagara Falls, Ontario  Reservations recommended. Dining room: $30-$45,  daily 5-11pm; sushi and noodle bar daily 11am-4am. 1- 888-WINFALL


5645 Victoria Avenue, Niagara Falls, Ontario L2G 3L5 Canada     905-357-4888


Monticello Grille House & Wine Bar

Niagara’s signature restaurant inspired by the savoury recipes from the finest cuisine in Louisiana and evocative southern days. Monticello speaks of sultry summer nights told in the charm of the queen the south, along with traditional Grille House foods of corn fed beef and open flame grilling.


Read 17 traveler reviews on Monticello Grille House


The Watermark Restaurant - Niagara Falls

It's got 5 1/2-metre-tall windows and a spectacular vista of the falls, but it also knows how to serve a first-class buffet breakfast, a rare achievement in this town. The food stays hot and appealing, the waiters keep whizzing by with coffee and whether or not you want to keep with more pedestrian things like pancakes or venture off into the land of Eggs Benedict, you won't be disappointed.


On the 33rd and 34th floor of the Hilton, enjoy fallsview dining in the innovative atmosphere of Watermark, complete with aquariums, vaulted ceilings, and 5.5m-tall (18-ft.) windows to capture the panorama. The menu is heavy on the beef. Lighter fare includes a vegetarian fet-tuccine; roasted Atlantic salmon with golden vegetable caviar, red pepper cream, and watercress coulis; and grilled breast of chicken with a forest mushroom demi. Desserts are heavy – English-style bread pudding, chocolate fudge cake, and apple pie bundles with cinnamon ice cream.

6361 Fallsview Blvd., Niagara Falls, Canada  905-353-7138

Read 13 traveler reviews on The Watermark Restaurant


4950 Clifton Hill, Niagara Falls, Canada.  Main courses $7-$18   905-371-1898

Boston Pizza  Convenient for the Clifton Hill mob, Boston Pizza has a menu that will overwhelm your eyeballs with more than 100 items. Best known for its pizza and pasta, Boston Pizza also serves up ribs, sandwiches, and salads. Arcade games and TV screens suck patrons' attention away from the food and the pace of the dining room seems to be stuck on fast forward, but no one would notice – the entire Clifton Hill district pulsates with neon energy from early morning to way past the witching hour every night. There is an outdoor patio for warm-weather dining. A great outing with lots of friends or the family – you'll find large portions, beer and wings, and a plethora of pizzas that are worth the trip. It's a watch-the-game or cele-brate-a-birthday kind of place.

Read 15 traveler reviews on Boson Pizza


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