We’re keeping things simple and affordable. All menu items are made on premises, using local and mostly organic ingredients. We have cured meats, country ham, peat-smoked salmon, soup, mussels, sausages, meat pies, cheese, fresh bread, chutney’s and jams, and fresh greens.  Dinner Specials available all evening. Download the latest menu.

Oysters will play a part – fresh shucked to order (as always) – Irish oysters, and Malpeques.

Daily dinner specials will be listed on the chalkboard (and on twitter) including the weekly roast dinner – each week features a different type of roast.

  • Hot on Sunday – the full roast dinner
  • Sandwich on Monday
  • Hashed on Tuesday
  • Minced on Wednesday
  • Curried on Thursday
  • Steak on Friday
  • Cottage Pie on Saturday

Brunch is served on Weekends Only (11 a.m. to 4 p.m.)
Menu includes Egg & soldiers, Beans on toast, Cottage granola w/ yogurt, fruit, honey, Fresh scone w/ jam & Devon cream, Omelette w/ side salad and a Ploughman’s lunch. We also serve a Full Irish Breakfast of sausage, rashers, black & white pudding, potato farl, fried egg, beans, tomato.

We have 12 taps – the four Irish – Guinness, Harp, Kilkenny, and Smithwick’s, and will round out the mix with other stouts, ales, real ales and lagers from craft brewers of Southern Ontario and Quèbec. Slainté No bottled beers in an effort to reduce our footprint. Kegged beer means fresher beer.

The word whiskey comes from the Irish phrase “uisce beatha” (pron. “ISH-kah BAH-ha”), meaning “water of life”. Ireland has a long history with whiskey, with King James I granting a licence to distil in Bushmills, Co Antrim in 1608. Since we opened in 2009, we have put together a very unique whiskey collection, with over 100 bottles from thirteen countries on our shelves for your enjoyment. In recognition of our collection and promotion of whiskey, The Céilí Cottage was awarded a Silver Medal in the Whisky Bars of the World awards in 2012.
Download the latest Whiskey Menu.