By October 27, 2011
“Each place must offer not just outstanding wines, but also wonderful meals, service and ambiance — the sort of place you’d go back to again and again, if you could. And the sort of place that, once you’ve been there, you’ll remember fondly for the rest of your life.” – Wine Access Magazine
Le Caveau Restaurant at Domaine de Grand Pre Winery has been named one of the top 20 World’s Best Winery Restaurants by Wine Acess Magazine. It is the only Nova Scotia restaurant and one of six Canadian wineries to be recognized. The top 20 list features winery restaurants from around the world including Australia, Chile, Italy, South Africa and Spain. more…
Chef: Earlene Busch
Restaurant: Chanterelle Country Inn, Baddeck
What is your favourite kitchen “tool” or gadget?
What is your favourite item on your menu?
Neil’s Harbour halibut
What is the best thing about being a chef and/or owning your own restaurant?
Gratification from guests who appreciate the flavours of locally-sourced food and wine.
By October 26, 2011
We love the Bay of Fundy and the bounty of lobster, scallops, mussels, smoked salmon and other fresh fish it provides. Our wines and produce are also influenced by the Bay.
Taste of Nova Scotia is proud to support the efforts to be one of the New7Wonders of Nature. We encourage you to vote (often) before the November 11 deadline. And if you need more information or additional reasons to vote – here is a message from Premier Darrell Dexter encouraging all Canadians to vote for the Bay of Fundy, the only Canadian finalist: more…
By October 25, 2011
Owned and operated by the LeBlanc family in the heart of the Acadian village of West Pubnico.
When you relax in our dining room, Chef Amy Scott will prepare you world-class seafood caught by local fisherman such as “Ruisseau” Oysters, Haddock with Lobster Sauce or Lobster Thermidor. Also partnering with local farmers, Chef Amy proudly serves delicious White Onion Soup, tender Pork Schnitzel, homemade Rappie Pie, juicy Oven Roasted Chicken and a variety of dishes for everyone. Enjoy local wine and beer and save room for Steamed Cranberry Pudding or our Traditional Bread Pudding.
Chef Amy Scott invites you to “taste the difference freshness makes.”
By October 21, 2011
October 20 – November 30, 2011
‘Stories’ restaurant features its fifth annual pairing of game and beers this October & November.
Fall is our favourite time to showcase the wonderful game offerings from our culinary team. Chef Scott Vail has paired some of his best game dishes such as boar, bison and guinea hen with a bold selection of local and international craft ales. Rumor has it that Propeller and Garrison beers will be in the pairing…
$95 per person includes five-course game-inspired blind tasting with beer pairings. Taxes and gratuity extra. Call (902) 444-4400 for more information and to make reservations or visit www.storiesdining.com.
‘Stories’ restaurant features signature dining in intimate dining rooms at The Halliburton – Halifax’s historic boutique hotel.
By October 20, 2011
Traditional “Fisherman’s Cove” just down the street and only 20 minutes from Halifax – if you’re willing to make the trip, you’ll want to try our award-winning fishcakes, voted by The Coast readers as Best in Halifax 2011. But the real recognition is our consistent loyalty from local and visiting Maritimers , who say our fishcakes and other traditional menu items taste “just like my mother made.” Our seafood chowder is fresh from scratch and, like all of our soups, gluten-free. Don’t miss our signature all-day, all-local, farm-fresh breakfast.
Emma’s, where the food is like a warm hug from the inside out!