• Red Chateau

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Serves meat, vegan options available. Eastern European cuisine with vegan options (mostly labeled) such as vegetarian Hungarian goulash. The owner does all duties so expect to spend some time. Best to reserve ahead.

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5 Reviews

First Review by slithers


Points +68

31 Aug 2018

House-Made Vegan European dishes

If you are looking for something different from first food or Italian/Indian foods in the Niagara Falls, it would be a good idea to try this restaurant. They serve house-made European dishes. However, it’s pricey: entree from C$29 to $33. For Vegans, you can have Hungarian Vegetarian Goulash or Organic Sauteed Vegetable, as well as Sauerkraut Soup and Garlic bread. I chose Vegetarian Goulash with dumpling. It’s like a vegetable stew. Good thing is they have two vegan cakes for dessert; Apple Strudel or Mixed Berries. Both were very good. But it costs $12.00/each.
Cons: far from the hotel district. If you use WEGO shuttle bus, it’s close to the Niagara Falls History Museum (on the Red Line Westbound).

Pros: Vegan dessert, Organic

Cons: expensive, far from the hotel district



Points +1142

25 Jun 2018

So so so yummy!

Very cute place that reminded me of being at my grandmas house. I grew up on hearty European food and this hit the spot!!! There are a few vegan options but they are all sooooo good!!! The garlic bread was the best I have ever had!! Everything is grown in their garden, organic and the rest is all homemade. You can def tell that it is made with love and passion. There are even 2 vegan dessert options so of course we ordered both and they were so yummy!!! Oh man, I still dream about that garlic bread!!

Pros: delicious options, homemade, sweet staff


Points +61

21 Jul 2017

Great food and service

Very enjoyable meal, and there are vegan options. Owner is very friendly and accommodating. Not cheap, but worth it.

Pros: Fantastic, friendly owner, Excellent food, Awesome, intimate setting


Points +782

13 Jul 2017

organic garden

First time officially trying Hungarian/Czech food. Very healthy herb flavors. I had the vegan goulash with Czech dumplings. It was really good. The best part of the meal was the rye sourdough garlic bread. My husband (omnivore) had the smoked dumplings and loved them. Apple struggle was good. The only thing was that the food is very pricy but worth it. The owner/chef is delightful. The place is adorable.

Pros: vegan healthy, options clear, lovely ambiance

Cons: pricy


Points +701

26 Jun 2017

hidden gem!

Our taxi driver hadn't heard of this place, but it was fantastic once found. It's a ways off from Clifton Hill (the tourist area), but well-worth the effort. Most (all?) of the veggies & herbs are local & organic (some from owner's garden) & you can taste it.

Most vegan items are clearly marked, but a few non-marked are vegan or can be made so. The owner/cook/waitress is very familiar with "vegan" & can help.

I had the Achocha salad with garlic bread (homemade European-style whole wheat bread) and Vegetarian Hungarian Goulash w/ perfectly roasted potatoes as my entree. The Goulash was extremely flavorful with tons of fresh herbs, one of the best vegan meals I've had (in 20 yrs as vegan). My partner got the Czech Potato Dumplings which were good but not so amazing as the goulash. We both loved our appetizer & our dessert, the Apple strudel.

I'll upload some pictures to this listing.

Pros: Delicious & fresh, Old world charm, Plentiful vegan options

Cons: Small (reservation recommended), Slow/leisurely, limited hours

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