Dining, Best Enjoyed Fresh
You can’t visit Kingston and not rave about the food. With more restaurants per capita than nearly any city in Canada, you’re guaranteed to find something new and delicious! Casual & fine dining, unique creations and pub fare – you’ll find it all and more in Kingston 1000 Islands!
Listing every amazing restaurant would be next to impossible but here are few that offer something unique:
Tango Nuevo Tapas & Wine
At Tango, the chefs draw inspiration from around the world to create unique tapa’s that are a blend of international ingredients and local produce, artisan meats and cheeses. Embrace the Spanish tradition of sharing small plates, known as tapas in the chick atmosphere of their rustic dining room. Located at 331 King Street E., Kingston.
Pan Chancho Bakery & Café
Adored by Kingstonians, Pan Chancho is a downtown Kingston hot spot. Originally created to be a small bakery that offers homemade bread; this popular spot has grown and now boasts a dazzling European style bakery, a gourmet food shop and a dine in café. In the café, the menu will take you on a global food tour with breakfast, lunch and all day brunch, seven days a week. Located at 44 Princess Street, Kingston.
Southpaw Cat Café
Certified organic coffee, freshly made desserts, made to order sandwiches and wraps all enjoyed in the company of playful cats. This feline friendly café not only serves amazing food but typically has around 5 to 8 cats that need forever homes. So stop in, have a cup of coffee, pet an adorable cat and perhaps even adopt one. Located at 749 Bayridge Drive, Kingston.
Le Chien Noir Bistro
Located just steps from historic Market Square, Le Chien Noir is Kingston’s friendly neighborhood bistro and is evocative of a French ‘Gastropub’ with a global influence. All dishes are prepared using fresh, high quality and whenever possible local ingredients. Unwind at the spacious zink bar, relax in the dining room and if the weather permits, enjoy the colourful courtyard terrace. Located at 69 Brock Street, Kingston.
Windmills Casual Fine Dining
Windmills is a true treat for your senses, no detail is overlooked from the exceptional food and fine wine to the evocative art and soothing music. Using only the freshest ingredients, many from local producers; the menu is eclectic and features fare from around the world. Located at 184 Princess Street, Kingston.