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The clientele, however, is thoroughly international, bound together by a common thread of affection for this very well known and well liked pub. It is spacious, comfortable and welcoming with a good bar to lean on complete with brass foot rail, standing room for the group imbiber and comfortable seats and tables around the walls and up at the back.
The selection of draught beers includes John Smiths, Kronenbourg, Molson, Fosters, Guinness and Guinness Extra Cold and Scrumpy Jack cider. Bottled beer abounds and includes some of Canadaís best - Moose head, Sleemanís, Molson Canadian and Molson Canadian Ice.
The food is wonderful! A choice of 11 quick serve dishes for those in a hurry includes Hudson Bay cod and chips, big country beef and ale pie and chicken carbonara all for a little over £5 average. There is a wide choice of snacks such as poutine Ė the classic Quebec dish of fries with melted cheese and gravy - and a house speciality of buffalo wings Canadian style with celery, carrots and blue cheese dressing. Sandwiches, burgers, and jacket potatoes are all on hand as are sharing platters and buffet menus with perfect snacking/drinking food - golden scampi pieces, breaded mushrooms and hot and spicy chicken wings. Chefís specials adorn the blackboard and maintain the high standardís of quality and value for money found at The Maple Leaf.
Several TV screens show Sky 1,2 3 and Sky Sport Extra and the pub has a very useful cash back facility of up to £50.
Friendly staff complete the firm conviction that The Maple Leaf knows what it is doing and does it very well.
|Bar Food: Canadian Pub Fayre|
|Maple Leaf Pub|
|41 Maiden Lane|