We have been to many Keg's but this one by far was the best. The service was wonderful, the food even better. Everthing was to perfection!! We'll definitely go back again on our next trip!!
Very little portions, very expensive, alot of tax.
Im a Canadian, moved to the USA. The problem is not the restaurants, its
a socialized country. I moved to the US, to get away from that.
We live in the area and I'm never disappointed at this Keg! U have to be
patient, but your meals are always done perfectly - not sure what these
other ppl are talking about! My advice is go there to enjoy your meal,
don't rush it and you'll have a great time.
NASTY !!! The prime rib was all fat and the food arrived cold !!! NEVER
ANY KEG'S AGAIN !!
Decent, but other keg's I have been to we're better.
The Keg is an awesome restaurant to begin with! We were seated right
away and the service was awesome. Was a bit leary of going here because
the prices are jacked up in the area, but it was only about $4 more per
meal. I got a TON of garlic mashed (my favourite) with my meal, couldnt
even finish it all and the steak was perfect. The lighting in this Keg
was a lot brighter than usual which was odd. We were originally booked
for a res. at the Keg overlooking the Falls but soon realized the
Victoria Keg was right across the street and we were not disappointed!!!
We have been to this location before and have always enjoyed the food
and laid back atmosphere.
Went for an early dinner on a Wednesday night during the summer. Had to
wait about 3 minutes before anyone even recognized our presence, and
another few to finally be seated.
Once we were seated, the service improved. Waitress was attentive and
took our drink order immediately. $7.50 for a draft beer was a bit
pricey, but what do you expect in Niagara Falls? The bread came quickly,
which was warm and obviously freshly baked. We ordered the Lobster
Gratinee appetizer off of the Lobster Summer Menu. It was chunks of
lobster in an herb butter with melted cheese that you scoop on some
bread. It was pretty average and probably not worth the $12. We probably
should of ordered the calamari. For an entree, I wanted the sirloin and
lobster tail combo, but the waitress recommended I get the sirloin and
half a lobster combo off of the Lobster Summer Menu. It was a few bucks
cheaper and she said it came with more lobster. She was right, and this
type of recommendation is what you expect of service at a fine
restaurant. My sirloin was flaverful and tender, and cooked to a perfect
medium rare. The lobster was perfectly cooked and quite big for half a
lobster. The drawn butter was kept warm with a candle, another must in a
nice restaurant. The garlic mashed potatoes were also very good, albeit
a bit underseasoned. My wife ordered the prime rib and lobster tail, and
reported both to also be great. My two year old son had the chicken
fingers and fries, which at $9.95 seemed quite pricey for a kid's meal.
However, it came with a free beverage, ice cream, and a little crudite
platter with fruit, veggies, and crackers, which I thought was quite
brilliant to bring this to a child in a slower, fine dining restaurant
setting. It kept him occupied while we enjoyed our appetizer and drinks.
The service was very attentive during our meal as drinks were refilled
and we were checked on adequately. However, when dinner ended, our
waitress seemed to disappear, and we had a hard time getting our dishes
cleared and the check delivered. Overall, the bill came to $130 with
tax. Although a bit pricey, I don't mind paying it when the food is
worth it. The lobster and steak were both superb and filling, so the tab
seemed reasonable. Other than the slow service at the beggining and end
of the meal, it was a delightful dinner.