Frequently cited as the best restaurant in Niagara-on-the-Lake—an impressive feat in a town with so many excellent restaurants—Peller manages refinement without arrogance and has a superior view to its main competitor, Hillebrand. The stately Colonial revival dining room is anchored by a huge fireplace at one end and has windows running the length of the room overlooking a large patio and the estate vineyards. A menu of ever-changing expertly prepared entrées often weaves the Peller Estates wine into modern Canadian cuisine, such as the ice-wine lobster with basil cannelloni and double-smoked bacon, or Ontario elk with cabernet-juniper sausage. Tasting menus are available at lunch (C$58) and dinner (C$89). Inventive desserts have included a honey-lemon soufflé with cardamom crème anglaise.