There’s magic in Port Stanley: in particular at the Windjammer for Sunday brunch! It’s a place you can go solo, with a Advertisements
The Buddha bowl at the Windjammer is a fabulous summer dish.
One of the best ways to enjoy asparagus this time of year is a trip to Park’s Blueberries! Their hearty asparagus soup pairs perfectly with their asparagus quiche, and of course their tea biscuit too!
The comforts and sophistication of afternoon tea can be found in Port Stanley at Killer Desserts.
It’s worth the drive to Parks Blueberries in Bothwell on hwy 2 for their amazing bakery, baked goods and shopping boutique! I love love love their homemade soup and cheese tea biscuit. This visit I had their very yummy cream of … Continue reading
The Windjammer’s dining room is a lovely setting The Windjammer’s fresh, local, seasonal fare is amazing. I loved visiting the Windjammer in the summer and most recently in the fall and can’t wait to try it in the winter too. … Continue reading
Pelee Island has got a lot of heart thanks to Conorlee’s. Well thanks to Rickolte’s healthy, fresh and tasty food with a lot of love and passion incorporated. Also the outdoor decor is fabulous: a tree-lined seating area with beautiful, … Continue reading
I loved my experience tonight at Kettle Creek Inn.
“Before you, I hadn’t been able to eat donuts in years since being diagnosed with celiac’s disease. Your gluten-free donuts are so amazing, they make me so happy” said a customer clearly touched by Helena’s baking.
“I’m in summer culinary heaven at The Green Frog Tearoom at Pinecroft pottery. I’m sitting outside on their beautiful tree covered patio. The waitress ordered for me: homemade Seafood crepe with a fresh Caesar salad and in-house, made from scratch … Continue reading