Sarnia is a city in Southwestern Ontario, Canada, and had a 2016 population of 71,594. It is the largest city on Lake Huron and in Lambton County. Sarnia is located on the eastern bank of the junction between the Upper and Lower Great Lakes where Lake Huron flows into the St. Clair River, which forms the Canada–United States border, directly across from Port Huron, Michigan. The city's natural harbour first attracted the French explorer La Salle, who named the site "The Rapids" when he had horses and men pull his 45 tonnes (50 short tons; 44 long tons) barque "Le Griffon" up the almost four-knot current of the St. Clair River on 23 August 1679.
Things to do in Sarnia
4 based on 237 reviews
We ordered 4 take out Turkey dinners to honor our friends in the USA since I am in a leg cast and find it hard to get around. The meals were fantastic!! We had the salad, the full meal (turkey, potatoes, veggies, gravy, stuffing and cranberry sauce with pumpkin pie. WOW....we couldn't eat it all and am saving the pie for later with coffee. Thanks so much...you made our day :)
4.5 based on 97 reviews
Since the year 2000 we are inviting you and your friends to experience truly Fine Dining? A TASTE OF PARIS. Live entertainment every Friday and Saturday night. You can request a special table set up with fine China, rosewood cutlery, and mouth blown glasses, which is free of charge. (Max.6 guests) Make a reservation and enjoy an exquisite dinner, professional while friendly service as well as a European Ambiance in our tastefully decorated dining room. We thank you for your patronage
Foods good but if you have to wait 2 hrs for your food to arrive chances are you'll be too upset to enjoy it. Have been here twice. Last year on my birthday I ended up getting my meal for free because they brought me the wrong steak. This year it was my fiances birthday and it took 1 hour 45 mins for our food to arrive and our guests with us waited an extra 5 minutes for their food to arrive. If Sarnia ever got a really good restaurant with great customer service it would put all the so called good restaurants out of business
4.5 based on 136 reviews
I have visited is restaurant several times over the past few years for lunch - business lunches or just lunch with friends. Every lunch has always been delicious - the strata is amazing and the salads are delicious - always fresh and beautifully presented. The cheese scones (or biscuits) are heavenly. Will continue to return to this restaurant!
4 based on 462 reviews
Get the proper pub experience. We balance Irish-inspired dishes and North American classics. We’ve perfected the pub staple, Fish & Chips, and make our pies and pastry in-Pub. Try our fresh burgers like the legendary Guinness® Burger, with your pint of Guinness® of course!
Attended with friends who have been here before. What a wonderful experience. Drinks were great with many choices. Food was very nice. Soups were hot and nicely prepared. Pasta, burgers and appetizers were all great. They came hot with great presentation.
Service was beyond what one would expect. Timing was perfect, she was friendly and very personable. Really made this experience special. Our friends ar3 regulars and they say service is always personable and friendly.
4.5 based on 376 reviews
Wagg's Steak & Seafood Restaurant has been locally owned and operated for over 24 years. We are a casual fine dining restaurant tucked into the Super 8 Motel just a few minute drive from the Bluewater Bridge. With ample space for 90 diners, the atmosphere is supremely modern with intimate dining areas sectioned off with solid oak partitions and a candle at every linen-set-table. Specializing in fine quality Prime Rib, Steaks, and fresh Seafood. We also offer a wide selection on our menu that include chicken and pasta dishes, as well as lunch items such as fresh made wraps, sandwiches and salads. We also offer vegetarian and gluten free entrees upon request. Wagg's Restaurants main specialty is Prime Rib. We also specialize in Certified Black Angus steaks, Lobster, Alaskan King Crab, along with other fresh Seafood and Chicken entrees. We also have a great lunch menu that is available Monday to Friday. Wagg's also has a private banquet facilities to accommodate up to 100 people for your special occasion, and take out orders are available on all lunch and dinner items.
Great Experience. Nice Ambient place. My fish was cooked to perfaction. Great portion. Very busy place.
4 based on 241 reviews
This place is unlike anywhere else I've been. It has its own design aesthetic, composed of shiny things, dark fabrics, and dim lighting. The menu is entertaining; for example, it tells you that you can order a grilled cheese and lobster Sandwich for $16, but that it will cost you $275 if you order it with Dom Perignon. There is blue cheese coleslaw, which you can get with or without bang-bang shrimp, and the clam chowder has an option to throw about a dozen other kinds of seafood in with it. The portions are large, and everything was good. I didn't get to order everything I wanted to try, so I'll need to go back. The server was great, chatty and eager to explain things, and very responsive when we needed anything. It was kind of quiet on a Saturday at noon, but I bet it's a really hopping evening spot, and it was jumping pretty good by the time we left. If you're anywhere near here, you really much check this place out.
4 based on 123 reviews
We are a full service pub style restaurant with a large appetizer/lunch/dinner and gluten free menu. We are located in the heart of downtown Sarnia's culture/historic district with a great view of the St. Clair River. We also have two banquet rooms on the second floor.
Have eaten here for many a year (20+) was always good.
Not so much the past year, think the chef got a new piece of equipment a microwave!
Went last night Saturday had shrimp curry very good and fish and chips fish good fries limp and soggy.
By the time my replacement fries arrived meal was over and I do mean over.
Complained to waitress on soggy fries she replied chef has been told he will not listen!
Perhaps seeing this he will listen now or maybe his boss will!!
4.5 based on 172 reviews
I just had my 1st Giresi's Pizza and it definitely will not be my last. I travel the country and am often in my hotel looking for a decent meal while I work, tonight's bad weather came me from my usual spot so I ventured...MoreHi GazooMcGoo Thanks for taking the time to review our pizzeria! Ring us up next time your in town. Cheers
4.5 based on 90 reviews
Today was a friend's 75th Birthday and we decided to have our get together here for lunch . We had a really good time . There were 11 of us all together and we were allowed to bring our own cake and numerous decorations . The food was excellent and so was the service . I especially enjoyed the soup of the day which was broccoli jalapeno and the siraccha chicken wrap . Everyone seemed to enjoy what they had . This was my first visit here and I was very impressed. ' Can't wait to go back for supper ...
4 based on 130 reviews
Looked forward to sitting by the water on a recent visit but no room, so was seated below. Looks like they just threw a few extra tables below to allow more outside Seating. As usual the interior, which resembles a diner was empty as everyone wants to eat outside. So we put up with lower Seating. Service was prompt but a musician was playing a guitar and was extremely loud, which did not add to an attempt at conversation with our party. Food was okay but I find prices are pretty high for what you get. I will possibly return for breakfast in the future on a nice day but count me out for dinner.
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