Onion Rings – beer battered and jerk seasoned
Nicely seasoned onion rings with a thin crunchy batter.
Fried Chicken – Southern style buttermilk soaked tenders with cracked pepper white gravy
Each bite brought to mind KFC chicken.
Mac & 3 Cheese – Cheddar, American and Swiss
Dry and pungent.
The Smoker’s Lot – (left to right) Otway Ranges pork shoulder, Chicken basted in apple BBQ sauce, Jalapeno and cheddar hot-link sausage, Riverina Angus beef brisket
Each meat was deliciously smoky and tender. However everyone’s clear favourite was without a doubt the sausage: spicy, juicy, with portions of deliciously melted cheese.
Decent food, decent service and I really liked the old West saloon vibe that they had going on. I must really try one of their burgers the next time I come here as I’ve heard many good things about them. And here’s a fun fact for you. The name “Le Bon Ton” actually originates from a Louisiana saying “Laissez les bons temps rouler” or “Let the good times roll”, which is often used as a fun and festive way to get people riled up and let them know that the party is starting. So altogether now: “Le Bon Ton!”
Le Bon Ton
51 Gipps St, Collingwood