I suppose I just posted a review of this restaurant as part of my review of the stay at the inn; regardless, I'll repeat myself here: this was a really lovely dinner. Great salads, a terrific piece of halibut on chanterelle risotto, and some very good Canadian cheese for dessert. I recall that they also had Trius Brut, which makes me happy: I think that good Canadian restaurants should serve our fine sparkling wines, and this is a perfectly fine one.
Mostly I loved that this restaurant tried to both be of its place and also feed us well. At the end of the day, we had lots of perfectly fine fried-seafood-and-starch meals in Newfoundland; this was one of two meals that really did go well beyond that threshold (the other was hundreds of kilometres north, at Norsemen in L'Anse aux Meadows.
They also made us a picnic hiking lunch for one of the days we stayed here, but I don't believe the restaurant is actually open for lunch. Breakfast at the inn is buffet.
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