The London locals love this restaurant. Located in London’s downtown, The Only on King was named one of the Best New Restaurants in 2008 by enRoute, as well as was included in the prestigious Where to Eat in Canada guide .
Bringing fresh, local food to a new level, editor of Where to Eat in Canada, Anne Hardy writes: “Everything they makes tastes as if it was made half a minute before.” Chef Paul Harding is a dedicated perfectionist when it comes to cooking and purchasing the best local quality ingredients they can find. English and French- inspired cooking at The Only on King is a self-proclaimed “labour of love”.
London’s Farben Farms Summer Cassoulet with lamb leg, bacon and country sausage is sure to satisfy the local carnivores, as is the Roast Organic Chicken Breast served with leeks and (house-cured!) prosciutto. For Food Day Canada, be sure to make a reservation, because this place is busy year round.
Food Day Canada 2012 Menu
Arva Flour Mill Bread and Breadsticks
Encounter Farm’s Tomato Gazpacho, Shepherd’s Dairy Ricotta or
Pingue’s Prosciutto, Arugala Salad, C’est Bon Goat Parmesan or
Soiled Reputation Summer Vegetable Salad
Everspring Farm’s Roast Duck Breast, Grilled Zucchini, Elderberry Jus or
F.G.O. Duo of Beef: Grilled Rib, Braised Shortrib, Potato Gratin and Horseradish Gravy or
Purdy’s Fried Perch, Crispy Chips, Organic Greens, Tartar Sauce
Habitual Chocolate Pot de Crème or
O’Shea’s Farm Strawberry Eton Mess or
The Cheese Poet’s Plate: A Selection of Ontario Cheeses
The Only on King is one of about 250 restaurants that celebrate Food Day across Canada. Contact them at the number below to reserve a table.
The Only on King est l’un des 250 restaurants à travers tout le Canada qui participent au Journée des terroirs. Contactez The Only on King directement, au numéro ci-dessous, afin de faire votre réservation.
The Only on King
172 King St. London
Ontario, N6A 1C9
T: 519 936 2064