One of Canada's top hotels offering Relies & Châteaux luxury including accommodations, Five Diamond dining, and full-service day spa, all surrounded by 75 acres of tranquil gardens, Carolinian forest, and 12 km of trails. Established in 1860 as a stagecoach stop, The Heidelberg Restaurant is renowned for its generous servings of ribs, pigtails, smoked pork hocks, sausages, schnitzel and sauerkraut.
Located in the former Imperial Bank in Salt's historic Bankers Corners, Thirteen Food & Beverage is casual and welcoming. Respectful of its past, the Victorian charm has remained constant through the restaurant's new chapter beginning in 2017.
With pastas, sauces, and breads made from scratch in-house, local produce, regional meats, 271west restaurant is treasured gem in Downtown Kitchener. Ambrosia Corner Bakery opened its doors on Frederick Street in December 2018 with a simple concept in mind: delicious fresh baked goods made daily from scratch.
Welcome home to All Day Breakfast and great Lunch Specials. Angie's will bring your senses back home with freshly pounded Pork Schnitzel, our Famous Fish & Chips, Freshly Baked Cinnamon Buns and Butter Tarts made with locally tapped Maple Syrup.
This page will give you some details on the places where you can grab a bite to eat in Waterloo. Each listing gives you a link to a page with information so that you can find out the location, contact details, what to expect, and how to book each eatery.
The restaurants have been categorized by what kind of food they serve: Indian, Gastropod, Brasserie, Latin, French and Seafood. Waterloo may not offer the international variety of areas such as Soho or East London.
However, what it lacks in exoticism it makes up for in classically enjoyable and classy brasseries, gastropods and fine dining experiences. It is a lovely place to head to for a long evening of fine wine, good quality seasonal food and pleasant surroundings.
It is the home of restaurants including Pizza Express, Las Iguanas (see below) and other national chains. If you are looking for something a bit more independent you can head down the side streets that surround Waterloo station.
Streets such as The Cut and Lower Marsh are well known for being lined with interesting and independent restaurants where you can enjoy a long evening's dining. Perfect examples of these are places such as The Anchor and Hope, RSA and The Camel and Artichoke (see below for more information).
If you are in the Waterloo area to see a show, it is worth seeking out the restaurants that cater to theater diners. However, it is home to an Indian restaurant with a good reputation that sits directly opposite the Waterloo train station.
Bangalore Express offers a modern setting in which to enjoy well-made and traditional Indian food. Despite being an ever-growing chain for many years now, they have managed to maintain a high quality and an individual style that has seen them remain popular.
Submerge sits down a small street just opposite Waterloo train station. It offers a two story dining space serving traditional French food at prices that won't break the bank.