Georgetown, Ontario Restaurants

Georgetown is a one of the fastest growing communities in Ontario. Located in Halton Hills, Ontario, just northwest of Toronto, Georgetown is home to some of the finest cuisine anywhere in Canada. Some of the culinary delights to be found in Georgetown can be credited to an increase in the number of residents of European descent who have opened a variety of restaurants and bakeries in the area, particularly Italian and Portuguese.

In addition to Italian and Portuguese cuisine, there are several dining options in Georgetown ranging from fine dining to casual eating. Some fine examples are cafes, Chinese restaurants, Indian restaurants, pubs, bistros, and Japanese restaurants.

Below you will find an overview of some of the top consumer-ranked restaurants in the Georgetown area.

Mattinas Cucina - Ranked as the number one restaurant in Georgetown, Mattinas Cucina is an intimate Italian restaurant situated in an original inn house on Mountainview Road North. Meal prices range from $25 to $49 per person. Menu selections include veal, pepper steak with pepper jack cheese, seafood platter with lemon, and a variety of pasta dishes, among others.

Cafe Sassy - Cafe Sassy is rated number one in casual dining. The cafe is located on Main Street South and features home style meals ranging in price from $5 to $24. The feel of the restaurant is casual and homey, and there is a quiet outdoor patio.

House of Buddha - House of Buddha is a Chinese restaurant of unending variety and flavor. Also located on Main Street South, the House of Buddha features meals priced from $5 to $24. Some of the most popular dishes include Singapore style noodles, Singapore style Szechwan beef, and Cantonese chow mien.

The dining experience in Georgetown is unparalleled. The amount of variety available boggles the senses, which may explain why Georgetown is one of the fastest growing communities not only in Ontario but in Canada as well.

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