The tomato soup is made with real tomatoes. I was disappointed in the scallops. They seemed steamed rather than sauted.
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The Bistro is about a block from the Fort Anne Historic site allowing one to be parked and stroll the quaint beautiful village atmosphere of the downtown. The lobster rolls were genuine and robust accompanied by a great salad with heavenly dressing over fresh greens...More
This was my second visit here. I came all the way from Cornwall, England to enjoy your excellent food and brilliant service. I wish I was here all the time!
Our meal took a bit to arrive at our table, but good food takes time! And boy it was worth the wait. We both had the special - fettuccini with pesto and lobster - and it was really delicious. The servers were all very friendly...More
Pub style cafe, limited menu with a few tables. Food was good but small portions. Had the stake sandwich which was ok. Talked to another couple who said the pasta was good and homemade.
Great tomato soup. Very good portobello mushroom sandwich. Only a 3.5 for the chicken quesadilla. Tasty but inconsistent filling. Good, friendly service.
We came here for a family dinner after visiting the area. We waited for ages for food that required very little preparation. The chowder was lukewarm, thin and had bones and bits of shell in it. An undertaking similar to panning for gold had to...More
We had a very nice meal after a day of whale watching. This top rated restaurant was recommended by our innkeeper and we weren't disappointed. Darcy, our waiter was a hoot. Very knowledge and enjoyed his recommended meals. We had blackened halibut with rice and...More
We each had a different pizza, both were excellent. The food we could see on other tables looked and smelled wonderful as well. Pleasant service, I recommend it.