Niagara Falls Canada on a budget
Any advice on a budget food around “touristy” area of Niagara Falls, Canada? We will not have a car, so we need to find something around PeopleMover route.
Antica Pizzeria is pretty good and fairly cheap. It is located at 5785 Victoria Ave., right in the tourist area.
5785 Victoria Ave, Niagara Falls, ON L2G3L6, CA
Portage Bakery (5803 Gladstone) - just a tiny street off Ferry - an easy walk from Clifton Hill, makes the most ridiculously delicious sandwiches. You can also buy great bread and pastries...oh and great espresso too!
Not a gourmet option but if you go to the old casino in the food court area there is a "falls and the firkin" with a semi decent view of the falls. The pricing there is the same as my local Firkin in Toronto.
Not the greatest, but not the worst.
Also The Keg is only slightly more expensive then in Toronto, I'd say its one of the best bets if your looking for a nicer dinner.
I hate buffets personally, but if you get a free casino card (Takes a swipe of your drivers license thats it), it comes to something like $18-$20 for the buffet and includes softdrinks. Tipping isn't really neccassary.
Hope this helps, Niagara Falls is such a tourist trap.
I recommend Sui Sun restaurant for Dim Sum. It is on Erie St (near Bridge St and the greyhound station). It is cheap and good! Also Simon's Restaurant for breakfast around the corner at Bridge and River Sts. It claims to be the oldest restaurant in Niagara Falls. Affordable, friendly, and very kitch.
Sui Sun Restaurant
4568 Erie Ave, Niagara Falls, ON L2E3N3, CA