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Posted by karen on 04/12/2015
I had the eggs florentine and it came with the best salad light dressed with carrots and radishes...and the country potatoes were fried with onions and red bell peppers and just the right amount of crispy! Come to think of it....there was no hollandaise.... but it was so good I didn't even notice -- the yolks did there gooey best and left everything covered in yummy yolk.
Posted by Melissa on 03/14/2014
Well, it's nice to have a living room type restaurant in the hood. Good food, with a touch more chef knowledge; the mac and cheese with bacon is as awesome as it gets but could do better WITHOUT THE TRUFFLE OIL. The hamburger is the freshest you can get anywhere and the bacon on top is thick cut, but the fries are horrible dry wedges covered in paprika. The kale salad is good but needs work - like a bit of parmesan or gouda to balance the acidity of the kale, cranberries and dressing. The atmosphere and service are 5 stars. Just need a few small details in the food, and it would be there with the Farm on Adderly or other nice places in the area.
Posted by Anonymous on 05/23/2013
You won't be sorry. I leave satisfied every time.
Posted by anonymous on 04/20/2013
The food at Hamilton's isn't terrible but its portions are tiny and the menu is boring and extremely overpriced. There are many better options in the area like Le Paddock or P'tit Paris that have excellent food for much less money. For the money you will spend at Hamilton's you could easily go somewhere with much better food like Farm on Adderley or Talde etc. Hamilton's only saving grace is its beer selection (truly unique in this neighborhood) - but again it's overpriced. Most pints go for $7. The restaurant is also usually overrun with unruly children. The ambiance is more like a daycare center than a gastropub. All that said, the staff is very friendly and helpful.