Tin Cup

  • Veg-options Veg-options
    ( 5 reviews )

1540 N Service Rd W, Oakville, Ontario, Canada

Serves meat, vegan options available. Offers some vegetarian food. Has vegan mac and cheese, vegan cauliflower wings, vegetable curry, and salads. 3 veggie burgers are available - Buddha burger, California burger, and portobello burger. Open Mon-Wed 11:00am-1:00am, Thu-Sat 11:00am-2:00am, Sun 11:00am-1:00am.

Categories: American, Non-veg

5 Reviews

First Review by ThatHippieMom

False Advertisement on Vegan Option - Edit

My friend and I ordered the 'vegan buffalo mac and cheese' only to find out it was not truly vegan, or vegetarian for that matter. Although it was advertised as 'vegan' the waitress told us that they fry the cauliflower in the same frier as animals. The waitress also told us that if we want vegan we should go to a vegan restaurant, not exactly making us feel welcome.

We spoke to the manager and asked him either to specify on the menu that it is not 100% veg or better yet, serve the breaded cauliflower baked so there is no issue with contamination with the animal fats from their fryer.

We landed up having the mac and cheese but with the cauliflower not breaded. It was good but not great.

Pros: mac and cheese tasted good

Cons: waitress had a negative attitude, 'vegan' dish was not 100% vegan

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very few items available - Edit

Stopped by as I was heading home from running errands in oakville based on the reviews. It's a sports bar that at one point has a few vegan options but now has three. Guacamole and nachos, curry and mac n cheese. Even the salads are full of dairy, eggs and meats.
Friendly service, prices are a bit high considering it is pub fare. Leather seating, ugh.
Very big portions of mac n cheese with some cauliflower 'wings' on top. Side salad that was super small. Both were good but not really great.

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great food! - Edit

Went here with my dad who doesn't like vegan food, there were options he really liked and my husband and I actually had more than one option to choose from! The mac n cheese was amazing, cauliflower buffalo bites were great and the Buddha burger (although bun-less) was also good. Our server was really genuine and helpful. Great experience and highly recommended for mixed groups of eaters.

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Yummy cauliflower, the mac and cheese was not my favorite - Edit

I wanted the buhdah burger but they were all out so I had the vegan Mac and cheese. The sauce was very garlicy, which I didn't like, but the pasta as a whole wasn't horrible. The cauliflower wings on top were great and I confirmed that the ones I got had no animal by products, like butter. I read the review that said the sauce was too spicy so I asked for medium sauce instead of hot sauce and that was a good call. I prefer my homemade vegan Mac and cheese so I won't be ordering that again, but if I come in the future I will get an order of mild cauliflower wings.

Pros: Cauliflower wings, Accommodating (switching sauce to mild)

Cons: The "cheese" sauce on the mac and cheese

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Impressive food and service but high prices - Edit

Went here today with my mother and 3 year old daughter, we had the vegan mac n cheese, Buddha burger and butternut squash salad. Our waitress was very nice and the food came out pretty quickly. The Buddha burger was quite good and the sweet potato fries were amazing. The butternut squash salad was described as follows: Baby spinach, quinoa, roasted butternut squash, pumpkin seeds, pecans, shaved parmesan cheese, dried cranberries, maple balsamic vinaigrette. We asked for no cheese and dressing on the side and they were happy to accommodate however what actually showed up on the plate was not quite what we were expecting. What we received was spinach leaves, a few cubes of roasted butternut squash and a tiny sprinkle of pumpkin seeds, quinoa and cranberries and I mean tiny. If it was gathered all together it would maybe equal a tablespoon of toppings and no pecans to be found. It was a good salad but hardly worth the $13 price tag. The vegan mac n cheese comes with spicy deep fried cauliflower florets on top. I had asked our waitress how spicy they meant because I am a serious wimp about spice. She assured me that they were not too spicy, however they were VERY spicy. I told her about the issue and she didn’t really know how she could help but went to find out from the kitchen. At that point the manager came out to see what he could do to help. He told me that the cauliflower is tossed in their medium wing sauce which is butter and sriracha. I said butter, really, because that would not be vegan. He back peddled a bit and said well it used to be (?) and that he didn’t know what they made it out of now (?). I asked if I could get them plain with BBQ sauce on the side for dipping since I now had some trust issues about the butter. He was happy to bring me a new plate and I really did enjoy the mac n cheese and plain cauliflower. The BBQ dipping sauce was great and really complimented the mac n cheese well, they should serve it like that all the time! I did enjoy the food but the mac n cheese was waaaaaaaay overpriced at $18 for a pretty small serving. I would go back but only after I make sure this butter thing was an honest mistake.

Pros: food, service

Cons: price, not actually vegan????

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