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Contemporary French cuisine is calling your name at Quatrefoil Restaurant. Located in the charming and historic town of Dundas, Ontario, this restaurant rolls out the red carpet on the plate for those dining with them each night.

Treating Ontario to magnificent food for the past ten years, you’ll enjoy a multitude of locally-grown and sourced ingredients that extend from the wine list all the way to a menu sure to make your mouth water. Whether you’re enjoying a lovely Georgian Bay Pickerel or Beverly Creek Beef Striploin, you’re sure to taste the love that goes into each dish under the careful guidance of Chef Fraser MacFarlane, co-owner of the restaurant.

Proudly voted one of Canada’s Top Ten Best New Restaurants 2010 by EnRoute Magazine, Top Ten Best New Restaurants in Toronto 2010 by Toronto Life Magazine, and One of the Five Best Restaurants Outside of Toronto 2018 by Toronto Life Magazine- this restaurant makes for the perfect place to celebrate a special occasion or just a well-deserved night out. Gather with friends, your loved ones or your sweetheart for something unforgettable. 


16 Sydenham St
Dundas, ON

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  • MondayClosed
  • TuesdayClosed
  • Wednesday4 – 11 PM
  • Thursday4 – 11 PM
  • Friday4 – 11 PM
  • Saturday4 – 11 PM
  • SundayClosed

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Ontario offers a vibrant and diverse culinary scene that attracts food enthusiasts from around the globe. From bustling urban centres to charming small towns, the province promises an unforgettable gastronomic adventure. Every bite tells a story of heritage and perseverance, where chefs skillfully blend traditional and modern techniques to create a truly memorable experience. Immerse yourself in this culinary adventure and discover all Ontario has to offer.

While here, visit food festivals and award-winning restaurants, explore multicultural neighbourhoods and sample a fusion of global cuisines or venture to renowned wine regions to sip your way through our local terroir. Follow a food trail to discover hidden culinary gems, or swing by a farmer's market to sample locally grown produce and artesian fare.

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