Much of the tables are along the back walls with windows that look out over the Harbour
with views of Dartmouth. We could watch the ferry come and go and it seemed almost
close enough to reach out and touch. In good weather (not during our visit unfortunately), there is lots of outdoor dining with the water only a foot away.
The menu has lots of appetizers, salads, sandwiches, burgers, pasta and seafood.
I’m told the brie with raspberry sauce in puff pastry is delicious but I’d already decided on
dessert so had to skip the appetizer.
For my meal, I had a beef teriyaki stir fry. The portion didn’t look that large,maybe
because it was served on a very large plate but it was very filling. There weren’t a lot of vegetables but it was loaded with tender strips of beef and served over rice. My sister had spinach salad served with a creamy shallot dressing and filled with bacon, mushrooms, egg and mozzarella cheese.
We splurged on dessert and it was worth every calorie. I had their signature dessert called
Cadiz. It was a slice of Belgian chocolate mousse served on a hazelnut praline crust and
topped with a thick slab of chocolate. Chocoholic heaven! My sister’s creme caramel was light and drenched with sauce.
My meal was less than $20.00 (CDN) including taxes.
The restaurant is open daily for lunch and dinner and there is a separate childrens’ menu.
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June 4, 2008
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Nanaimo, British Columbia
February 10, 2005
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by Re Carroll
Abbotsford, British Columbia
May 30, 2002
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