Grace is not your average fine dining restaurant. Named after Grace Murphy, grandmother of Executive Chef Angie Murphy, Grace is a new kind of intentional restaurant that prioritizes not only beautiful, seasonal, local food but also community, social responsibility, and industry fairness.
Located on the ground floor of a yellow-bricked heritage building, Grace brings strong elements of modernity and sophistication to the old core of Downtown London. Two walls of full-height windows provide generous natural light by day and reflect the comforting interior at night. Revel in the inviting lounge area or the sophisticated dining room with plush booths and flowing artwork and watch the magic happen in the open kitchen. A private dining room for up to eight guests is also available by request.
Fundamentally, Grace is a restaurant about food made from fine ingredients, with artistry and a dedication to excellence. The Modern Canadian cuisine draws on classic French tradition and technique, infused with global influences. Honesty, integrity, community and connection are the values behind each plate. The menu changes frequently to showcase the freshest local ingredients.
If you’re looking for an exceptional experience, this is the perfect setting for a five (or seven, or ten) course tasting menu with wine pairings. Relax in the lounge with a signature cocktail or choose from the curated beer and wine selections. Grace also offers late-night snacks after your downtown
concert or trip to the theatre.Recommendations include:
• House Ricotta with toasted chillies, stone fruit, pistachios, sweet olive oil and toast;
• Deviled Aylmer Shrimp with smoked tomato, sweet potato, green apple, cured egg yolk, mustard greens and poppy seeds;
• McIntosh Farms Duck Breast with creamed corn, pickled tomatillos, ground cherries and plum jus.
215 Dundas Street (at Clarence)
Private Room Available
Close to London’s Premier
Plenty of Nearby Parking