Wednesday, February 09, 2011

Burger, Beer & Wings at Archie's

Yesterday I headed over to Archibald's Pub (8950 Yonge Street, Richmond Hill) with my father for a little lunch.  

We easily arrived, entered and sat down.  The waitress came over with menus quickly and inquired what we would like to drink. 

After a while she returned with our drinks and we ordered.

The Order: ARCHIE'S FIRE RIVER ANGUS BURGER (7 oz. Canadian Angus beef served with all the trimmings) with fries and Coke and ARCHIE'S ROADHOUSE CRISPY WINGS with a Rickard's Red. 

Due to this being a weekday lunch time the restaurant wasn't that busy thus our food came quickly after we ordered. 

The burger was well put together and tasted great.  The fries seemed to be right out of the fryer and barely put on the plate before it was served. Both the burger and fries were freshly made and not sitting around.

My father seemed to enjoy the wings as they quickly dissappeared.  

Our waitress periodically came by to see if everything was fine and we had really nothing to say except our lunch was great. 

The decor though could be renovated as it looks a little dated.  Most customers sit along the window booths while the rest of the place is empty.  Hopefully with a little updating Archibald's can be seem a little more welcoming to the customers to sit more around the restaurant rather than just in the window booths. 

Overall Archibald's is a great lunch time place as there are not that many others there yet the food is great.  The evening meals can be a little slow in service from the kitchen as they get backed up depending on how many people are that bar.  But overall the food is fresh and the service is usually decent.

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