We stopped at Leo's for lunch after touring around the area a bit. Fabulous soups and sandwiches made on thick sliced bread. Leave room for the home made desserts! They are worth every calorie.
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Our coach tour arrived at Annapolis Royal for a lunch stop and we were fortunate to find a table at this busy restaurant which was obviously popular with the locals. We can recommend the B.A.L.T which came toasted and was delicious. As all food is...More
We stopped for lunch at Leo's Cafe. It;s in an old house so the layout is a bit odd for a restaurant. Considering lunch for us was a mix of sandwiches, soups and salads, the food was a bit slow to arrive, but when it...More
Sometimes you just have to trust the locals! They all said that Leo's was great for lunch and they were not wrong. Simple bistro food that tasted homemade - a welcomed meal amongst many of our lunch and dinner outings while travelling around Nova Scotia.
We had lunch on two occasions during our trip to the area. Great location. Appears popular with locals and visitors alike. The food was delicious and had a great authentic homemade taste. The staff were warm and friendly. A friendly and relaxed atmosphere. Great sandwiches...More