Angie's Country Kitchen


Products and Services

  • Dinner,
  • Lunch,
  • Restaurant,
  • Assorted Hors,
  • BBQ's,
  • Catering,
    • Banquets,
    • Breakfast,
    • Craft Beer,
    • House Wines,
    • Evening Buffet Served Saturday And Sundays,
    • Take Out,
  • more...
  • less...

Languages Spoken

  • English,
1761 Erb's Rd, St Agatha, ON N0B 2L0
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Opening Hours *Holiday hours

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  • $11 To $25,

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Raw pork. Absolutely horrid staff - they’re rude, short and get irritated when you ask for anything. Possibly the worst restaurant I’ve ever been to

Atmosphere: 2/5
Food: 1/5
Service: 1/5
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Mike and his staff are caring and professional. I have always had a wonderful experience eating at the restaurant in St Agatha as well as several catering orders. Always very accommodating and friendly.

Atmosphere: 5/5
Food: 5/5
Service: 5/5
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Leah H

The food was awful bland or over seasoned and over cooked. Service was lack luster and inattentive. Won't return.

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Lunch visit

We have them cater for us for work on numerous occasions, so opted to try their restaurant. We both enjoyed the hot roast beef sandwiches (was the special), did not add in the salad bar. Pies we rather good. Was a little disappointed with the fries, out of the bag style, figured for the bread and beef, we'd have some great homemade fries. Tons of flies buzzing around, crawling all over the place. Spent alot of time swatting them off of us and our food. We'd be back, both hopefully they'll control their fly problem a little better.

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I tried Angies in uptown waterloo years ago and was displeased wit hthe quality, price and portion size of what I ordered. Today while driving past Angies in St Agatha we decided to try it. The interior could use retaurant makeover to bring it up to date. I went for the special, schnitzel with hunters sauce which included the salad bar. My friend got fish and chips with unspecified fish. I was so famished so that when my order came I swallowed my self-respect and ate what I could.. The schnitzel for $16.00 was not large. It was almost burnt on one side which made the breaded coating a bit hard to chew. The meat was thick but dry and tough. Accompanying broccoli was about two Tbsp, soggy and tasted unpleasant as though it was previously frozen. It had a peculiar taste. A small amount of corn was dim yellow like no-name frozen corn. Two scoops of mashed potatoes were lumpy and lacked butter to boost the flavour. The waitress assured me twice that vegetables were fresh, not frozen . I cannot be fooled about such things. The salad bar came with it and I am glad it did not cost extra. There was so little to choose from it was like going to my own fridge just before a grocery shopping day. Few ordinary choices. A basket of four freshly baked buns also dissapointed because the texture resembled doughy, underbaked bread. It smelled good but dissapointed otherwise. A bowl of butter patties in plastic tubs came with it but one had a yellow skin and smelled like it was going rancid. I first told my waitress we wanted Angies bruschetta. It never arrived & I did not remind her again until paying for the bill because all the food was too unpleasant thus far. When the waitress came to take away plates and asked how the meal was I told her "it was the worst meal I have had in a very long time". I provided details about what displeased me. She said "I'm sorry." Rather than reporting this to the cook or chef, she likely did nothing. Because I was famished and ate what I could, I believed I was not justified in refusing to pay for the order. That is my policy. One freshly made coffee for me was just so-so. Refused a second cup just to get out of there faster. My friend's order of fish and chips almost overflowed the plate with chips and two large battered fish. Chips were okay and just lightly browned. The battered fish looked perfectly browned but were soaked with oil and apparently just too greasy to eat in one sitting. My friend wondered why many of her acquaintances compliment food from both of Angies kitchens. It baffles both of us about how two different meals could turn out unsuccessfully. When paying the waitress, I summarised once again why I felt it was the worst meal I'd had in years. She said she was sorry yet seemed indifferent. I expected her to get the manager or cook, or chef (??) to come and hear my views on the food. Nope. It was their lost opportunity to learn what went wrong in the kitchen. I wanted them to hear about our firsthand experiences. She did not get a tip. As hungry travellers we could have spent more had the food been at least acceptable. Thirty some odd $$$ later we learned where not go visit again. Since Angie's kitchen have been in business a very long time we both wonder how they can remain in business. I thought chefs and cooks had to keep checking how the food tastes, and never serve a customer food that does not meet the restaurant's standards for quality. Maybe that only happens in restaurants where cooks take pride in their work and on the Food Network when master chefs are advising others how to run a food business properly. One more restaurant down, and hundreds more to go. Competition is fierce in the restauant business so always serve customers the very best you have to offer. Listen to criticism and learn from it. An incompetant chef or cook can ruin a business in a short time. Always monitor the food, wait st

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