So very sad to lose Trafalgars. A moment of silence please. Wonderful last dinner even though neither of us are fathers.
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Father’s Day 2017 was the last day Trafalgars Bistro will be serving food to its customers. The restaurant at 2603 West 16th Avenue has closed its doors forever. I was there on its second land day and we asked our server about the restaurant shutting...More
I went for brunch today. Perfectly poached eggs on thick potato pancakes with good home cured ham and an impeccable hollandaise. What has always made this restaurant wonderful is the combination of excellent food (as good or better than many very expensive restaurants) combined with...More
Went for lunch with a friend after a walk on the new Arbutus pathway and was disappointed. Had the daily special crepe which I found dry with the ham bunched up in a ball inside. Service was pleasant but slow.
This is a very cozy well-run restaurant in a residential neighbourhood, great food and wine list great service, reasonable prices. Terrace in the summer too. They are linked with the bakery next door so the desserts are extraordinary. They do lunch and dinner, I prefer...More
It was a beautiful day to have a brunch with a good friend I hadn't seen for a while! From the moment we entered the quite busy restaurant, the manager and waitress exuded informality but competence and cheerful friendliness. For some reason we were the...More
Had several times lunch and once dinner at Trafalgar Bistro. The locale is relatively small and therefore gives a touch of intimacy. Lunch at peak hour (11:45 to 13:15) is usually quite full and tends to be noisy when a lot of female chat together....More
Great atmosphere, relaxing vibes, we wanted to taste everything on the menu, but eventually went for the lamb burger, and the fish, which were ecxellent!! don't skip the deserts!!
I was here to help celebrate Mother's Day with my mom and family. I am 8 years old. I really like the pasta with cheese because there was not too much and not too little butter, and not too much and not too little cheese....More