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I have had breakfast here a number of times. They only serve it Saturday and Sunday morning but it is delightful. Very laid back atmosphere. Not for those in a hurry.
The bakery is terrific. Fresh baked goods and preserves at very reasonable prices.
Although the restaurant portion is only open on the weekend, it provided a basic home cooked breakfast at a very reasonable price. The atmosphere in this century + home is "homey" with lots of antique furniture - just a nice place to relax and enjoy...the meal. We did not try anything from the bakery but they did look good. We look forward to going again.More
We've had several breakfasts here, and have enjoyed the good service, and good food.
Nothing greasy, fresh and healthy.
Fresh scones, bread and cookies, as well as jams, are available.
They also have a take-out menu - lasagna is very good.
However, cash only, no...debit or credit.More
We went there with a small bus group of 29 people (28+driver). This was a beautiful building with lost of character. It is filled with nice antiques - just lovely. We were on "The French Connection" tour with Encore Productions (a great tour, by the...way). However, the food was only OK.
I thing we were just too many for them to handle. We had a "French Canadian" meal of watery pea soup, dry tourtiere and overcooked butter tart. The tea was cold; the service very friendly but a bit slow and the bun was lovely.More
My son was married on a Friday morning in the backyard a week ago. Wonderful setting for a small intimate wedding. Brunch was served to the 14 of us afterwards in the dining room buffet style with some service. Delicious, well paced and lovely. Their...strawberry butter for the scones amazing. Each guest received a goodie bag from the Bakeshop.More
This awesome restaurant specializes in weekend brunch and is located in the Historic McGregor-Cowan House on Sandwich St. During the week it operates as a bakery.
It is a beautiful room with tables that can accommodate good size families and groups.
Date of visit: September 2016
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