Best Cheap Restaurants & Places to Eat in Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada

  1. By Kevin
  2. On Jul 19, 2017
  3. North America
  4. Travel Tips

Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada can be a tourist trap but we still found some cheap restaurants and places to eat! Here are some of the best, Niagara Falls tours guide.

Eat in Niagara Falls

21 Club

(Address: 6380 Fallsview Boulevard, Niagara Falls, L2G 7X5, Canada)

Located in Fallsview Casino Resort, 21 Club’s red, black, and gold color scheme is inspired by the game of roulette. The best seats are along the windows, set on an illuminated platform and offering fantastic views overlooking the Falls. Although the restaurant’s dishes change with the seasons, 21 Club is primarily a steakhouse with a menu focused on prime-aged steaks and pork chops, along with poultry, seafood, and a raw bar. A well-stocked wine cellar rounds out the excellent menu and contemporary atmosphere.

AG Inspired Cuisine

(Address: 5195 Magdalen St, Niagara Falls, L2G 3S4, Canada)

Set in the basement of Sterling Inn and Spa, AG Inspired Cuisine is a sleek restaurant with a cutting-edge, contemporary menu. Chef Cory Linkson uses classic French cooking techniques to present local ingredients from Niagara region’s farms in creative new ways. Expect dishes like venison sausage with parsnip purée, fig marmalade and sage butternut coulis. The ‘Field-to-Fork’ section of the menu is seasonal, changing daily depending on the ingredients available. The restaurant’s atmosphere is particularly inviting on Friday and Saturday evenings, when live music is often featured.

Eat in Niagara Falls

Queen Charlotte

(Address: 5689 Main St, Niagara Falls, L2G 5Z3, Canada)

Owned and managed by British expats Linda and Roger Ollis, Queen Charlotte offers diners a quintessentially British experience. The restaurant’s charming decor is inspired by a British tearoom, with a menu to match. The menu focuses on British classics, including fish and chips; steak and kidney pie; and bangers and mash served with baked beans and Yorkshire pudding. There are also dozens of types of loose-leaf tea, from herbal varieties like peppermint to specialty teas like Scottish Caramel. By booking in advance, diners can enjoy a traditional afternoon High Tea, complete with scones and Devonshire cream, and cucumber and cream cheese sandwiches.