Great place for lunch! I had the Reuben sandwich, which was not large, but very tasty. At less than $7, it was a very good value. My husband had a tuna melt which came with sliced apples on top. He's not one for anything different,...More
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Sometimes you just have to trust the locals! They all said that Leo's was great for lunch and they were not wrong. Simple bistro food that tasted homemade - a welcomed meal amongst many of our lunch and dinner outings while travelling around Nova Scotia.
We had lunch on two occasions during our trip to the area. Great location. Appears popular with locals and visitors alike. The food was delicious and had a great authentic homemade taste. The staff were warm and friendly. A friendly and relaxed atmosphere. Great sandwiches...More
Arrived without reservation (6 of us - 2 seniors - 2 40 somethings - 2 teenagers) - staff made room for us to sit together and served us like old friends. The food was excellent.
A sweet little soup and sandwich cafe. We had the steak and havarti sandwich with mushrooms and barley soup and the Cuban sandwich that was on special. The sandwiches were pretty good, and while there were some charming features in the dining room, it was...More
My mother and I stopped to eat there after the plant sale. We both ordered the 1/2 roastbeef and havarti sandwich with tomato bisque. The bread was delicious and so was the tomato bisque. But they need to be able tell the difference between a...More
We wanted to have a light snack and a cup of tea and coffee. The blueberry turnovers were really good, as was the coffee but the tea tasted very fishy, it was undrinkable.
We had an afternoon snack here: lemon meringue pie and coffee. The pie tasted homemade, with a tasty crust and delicious filling. The meringue was so tall! Service was fast and friendly, in a rustic setting. It's quite popular with the locals and, therefore, busy.