Location: 925 Brunette Ave., Coquitlam, BC V3K 1C8 (Corner of Brunette and Lougheed Hwy)
Phone: (604) 526-2324
Monday: 11:00AM – 12:00AM
Tuesday: 11:00AM – 12:00AM
Wednesday: 11:00AM – 12:00AM
Thursday: 11:00AM – 12:00AM
Friday: 10:00AM – Late
Saturday: 10:00AM – Late
Sunday: 10:00AM – 12:00AM
- Parking at rear/side
- Townhall Beer
- Cheap Breakfast (only on weekends)
- Contemporary dining area
Townhall brings a new pub competition to Coquitlam, replacing the old French Quarter Pub which had decent food but the ambiance was a run down. On my first visit to Townhall on a Sunday afternoon, it was absolutely gorgeous inside compared to the old FQ pub.
It’s got an entirely new and refreshed bar table and really nice seatings.
The used to be filthy chairs and tables were replaced by the gorgeous high-wood tables and chairs.
I particularly liked the ceiling and the belt looking thing is the fan. I believe it existed in the olden days.
I came today with a group of friends after church, didn’t have everything. But definitely took some pictures of the different food offerings that are available.
I had the omelettes. The breakfast was $6, which includes the omelette with 3 eggs, served with home fries and 2 slices of toast. The meat lovers included ham, bacon, chorizo, smoked meat, Cheddar and Jack cheeses. It wasn’t the best omelette, but not bad for just $6. I’m sure IKEA has it for cheaper but the portions here aren’t small. The home fries are just as good as I would have made them at home, not too dry not too soggy. The toast were perfectly toasted, just a little brown.
My girlfriend tried their pulled pork sandwich, her only complaint was that it was hard to eat as it was just all too soft and the taste just wasn’t exactly all there.
Looking inside, there’s just way too much sauce for a pulled pork sandwich. The bun was soft and fluffy, great texture. But they do need improvement on the pulled pork.
Instead of fries, she substituted it for a soup. I forgot what type of chowder this was, so no comments here. I do remember the soup to be creamy and tasted good.
Some of the other items my friends got:
Overall, I’m very pleased with the new reno’s and the entirely new offerings at Townhall. I have been there during both lunch and dinner, the staff are very friendly. The pricing of the food are fairly priced. And I think it’s a great addition to Coquitlam pub fares.
Have you been to Townhall lately? Let me know what you think in the comments below.