Our Dining Rooms are Currently Closed, However Our Heated Outdoor Patio is Still Open for Lunch Service, Our Takeout Menu is Here and Our Cooking Classes are Still Running.  If You Have More Questions About How We’re Working to Keep You Safe During COVID-19 Click Here to Learn More.

come inside the elliot house

We’re not just a pretty venue with incredible food, we’re so much more. We’re a place to have a quiet dinner for two or to gather your tribe and celebrate in style. We’re a place where business meetings are fueled by delicious food (and sometimes cocktails), to help innovators push the world forward. We’re a place to celebrate the first day of your marriage or the 50th year. We’re a place to meet new friends while you learn to cook or share a joke at a cocktail party. We’re a place to eat together, cook together, and make memories together. We are Culinaria Restaurant, and we’re excited to meet you!


Family Events

Gather your crew and celebrate with us, whatever the occasion we'll help you make it memorable.


Cooking Classes

Send the kids to camp or learn to cut carrots like a pro. Whatever you want to learn, we have a kitchen for that.


Corporate Events

From awesome AV equipment to delicious hors d'eouvres, we can make your meeting pop.


Restaurant Menus

If you're looking for a quiet dinner (or lunch) check out our menus (which change seasonally)


Team Building

Grab your aprons and bond a little in our kitchens while you learn to cook something delicious.



If you want to join us for a meal, make a reservation for lunch or dinner here.


Dining Spaces

If you haven't seen the inside of our space, you're going to want to. Check it out here.


Gift Cards

Gift Cards: The perfect way to avoid shopping in crowds. Our gift cards can be used for classes or dining!

The History of The Elliot House

The one and half story historic farmhouse was built in 1860 using Credit Valley stone, by an immigrant from Scotland, Adam Elliot when he and his family first settled in Peel. Elliot became notable in history when he served on the Grand Jury in 1827 and later after his son built the first reaping machine in Canada. In 1886 John Elliot, the son of Adam, sold their family home and for more than 90 years the Elliot House was home to many different owners.  In 1981 the property received it’s historical designation.

The Elliot House Today

Today the Elliot House is home to all of our Culinary adventures.  We use many of the original rooms for private dining spaces, with our West Room being the only extension to the space.  Inside the Limestone walls, you’ll find our event rooms, our restaurant, recreational cooking classes and even a culinary school which we’ve tucked into an additional kitchen we call “the learning kitchen”.  These historic old walls have their share of stories to tell.  Join us for dinner and experience the history.