The fantastic little restaurant is in Sydenham, South Frontenac, Ontario. Centrally located in town, the dining spot is close to the Cataraqui Trail, and the nearby Gould Lake Conservation Area, and Frontenac Provincial Park.
This makes The Point Restaurant perfectly located for explorers, after a day relaxing on Sydenham Lake, hiking the wilderness or a road trip dinner stop.
Philly Egg Rolls
Made to order! Stuffed with shaved beef, onion, pepper, mushroom, cheese sauce, and sour cream. These babies are fresh, and melt in your mouth delicious!
Onion Ring Tower
Perfectly battered and fried onion rings, with chipotle dipping sauce, was the perfect snack and appetizer!
The Point Burger, plus bacon
Fresh ground, local beef, sauteed mushrooms, caramelized onions, cheddar, peppercorn mayo, and crispy hot peppers – with bacon added. The burger is great even without those crispy pork slices!
Tried three mayos with my fries – Roasted Tomato, Green Peppercorn, plus Chipotle and Thyme. So #yummy!
This was a one-night special but you can check The Point Restaurant’s Facebook to see what’s cooking!
Avocado creamo, moist chicken and thick sliced local bacon, tomato lettuce triple decker tastiness.
The juicy and tender beef brisket was simmered and slow-cooked in the restaurants’ special bourbon BBQ sauce. The meat is piled high on a cheddar-covered ciabatta bun with crispy onions for an incredibly delicious sandwich.
Chocolate Fudge Cake with Strawberry
Made with their own chocolate ganache, this cake, combined with the tartness of the fresh strawberry and the sweetness of the sauce, this dessert was seriously decadent.
Raspberry Cheesecake with a Chocolate Crumb Crust
This creamy cheesecake laced with tangy raspberry ribbons, drizzled in chocolate and accented with berry decor is not only beautiful in presentation, but absolutely delicious. It’s a large dessert made for two VERY HUNGRY people.
There is no better way to wash down a delicious dessert than with another dessert! The chocolate milkshake was made with its own chocolate ganache for an intensely rich flavour. The orange was fruity and creamy in flavour, just the right balance of citrus and vanilla that is oh so satisfying.
This little restaurant isn’t open 7 days a week, so check ahead before making plans!
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#notsponsored – Mike and I have visited The Point Restaurant on more than one occasion, from satisfying our cravings for intensely tasty meals to conducting important food research for blogs with Frontenac County and RTO9: South Eastern Ontario. This dining spot is the perfect excuse for a road trip, so I’m sharing my collection of #foodie images with you!