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mcmuffin Aug 27, 2008 12:30 PM

Can anyone recommend a good place in the Burlington/Hamilton area? We're pretty open on cuisine, with no strong aversions. It would be for three people and while we're not looking to spend a small fortune, we're also willing to pay for good food.

Thanks in advance.

  1. sasgirl Aug 27, 2008 12:35 PM

    Really good sushi at Ichiban Sushi House in Burlington. Everything on the menu is delicious! :)

    3315 Fairview St, Unit 4

    1. sasgirl Aug 27, 2008 12:47 PM

      For excellent sushi, try Ichiban Sushi House in Burlington. Everything on the menu from the Udon soups to the sushi is delicious!!

      3315 Fairview St, Unit 4

      1. Olivia Aug 27, 2008 02:51 PM

        Went to Paradiso in Burlington the other night, and it was pretty good. Some of their creativity borders on weird, but the resultant food is good, as is the service.

        1. cynalan Aug 27, 2008 06:30 PM

          For a moderately priced fine dining experience, try Trendz. It's a relatively small restaurant with very personalized service by Chef Keith and his partner. An interesting 3-board menu: classic, modern and fusion. Can't go wrong here.

          However, the finest dining experience in Burlington is Blacktree. Chef Mateo is gifted. His cooking will rival any of the finest Toronto restaurants. Menu is market fresh and changes monthly. Reservations on a weekend are a must. This is a restaurant not to be missed.

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