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$10 for $20 Worth of Casual Grill Food
Homemade hollandaise and back bacon pile onto breakfasts of eggs benedict ($10.59); at lunchtime, smoky pulled-pork poutine ($8.99) precedes an 8-ounce Canadian ground-chuck burger ($10.29) with your choice of toppings ($0.89 each). Dinner entrees include penne pasta with grilled chicken in a creamy Cajun white-wine sauce ($13.99). See the breakfast and lunch and dinner menus.
Maxwell McCoys Eatery
If the bright red door at the entrance to Maxwell McCoys Eatery fails to catch the attention of passersby, the aromas of grilled burgers, pulled pork sandwiches, and beer-battered fish 'n' chips usually do the trick. Once inside, the eatery's signature checkered sandwich paper draws one's attention to baskets that hold heaping portions of home-cooked burgers and cheesy poutine.
From morning until night, the kitchen's grills churn out hearty breakfasts, lunches, and dinners-the latter two headlined by burgers made in-house daily from Canadian ground chuck, grilled chicken breast, and portobello mushroom caps. As bartenders dole out pints of beer and frozen cocktails to the older crowd, youngsters dig in to kids' meals complete with a soft drink, a generous scoop of ice cream, and napkins fashioned from tedious homework assignments.
The food is terrific; simple and fresh. The burgers are made by hand (not frozen), the fries are fresh cutFoxglove, Urbanspoon,10/7/11
The burgers were huge and came piping hot, the fries were fresh cut and also the perfect temperature.NODIETS, TripAdvisor, 4/19/13
102-1737 Richmond St.
London, Ontario N5X 3Y2