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by Roger Chiasson
Halifax, Nova Scotia
March 1, 2008
by Re Carroll
Abbotsford, British Columbia
May 30, 2002
We stopped in for lunch and the menu was pretty extensive and innovative. Seafood
entrees like cajun halibut, shrimp fettucine and a mixture of shrimp, scallops and haddock
in a pesto cream sauce. There were lots of pasta dishes, appetizers, soups, salads, etc.
I started with tomato basil soup and it was thick and rich with a garnish of feta cheese. My main course was a chicken and vegetable wrap with a curried mayonnaise dressing and it was delicious. The wrap was huge - filled with crisply steamed vegetables - broccoli, cauliflower, peppers, onions, carrots and chunks of tender chicken breast. It was accompanied by a large salad with a raspberry balsamic dressing. The salad itself was amost enough for a meal and loaded with mixed greens, carrots, peppers, mushrooms,
radishes and cucumber. The food was attractively presented with a fresh strawberry
garnish and a sprig of rosemary. My sister’s fettucine alfredo was also delicious and the portion was substantial. Both meals came with a large portion of fresh garlic bread so we were, unfortunately, too full to try dessert. We were pretty tempted though with features like lemon mousse with raspberry sauce, chocolate pate and a Belgian chocolate and Grand Marnier fondue for two. Next time, we’ll skip the main course and try the dessert sampler - portions of lemon mousse, chocolate pate and cheesecake. So much food, so little time....
The service was friendly and attentive. I asked for a doggie bag for part of my wrap and
it came packaged in tinfoil and shaped like a swan - very cute.
The restaurant is filled with antiques and in summer, there is outside dining on the patio facing the Harbour. I think this would be a wonderful place for a romantic dinner while
watching the sunset.
Prices were ridiculously low for the quality of food and service - my bill was less than
We didn't need a reservation at lunch but dinner might be another story - better to be safe than sorry.
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