Sitting on the terrace here and enjoying the expertly prepared bounty of Nova Scotia seafood and local wine is one of life's finer pleasures.
AAA Inspector Notes
Classic. In a lovely vineyard location overlooking the UNESCO Grand Pre site, an 1826 Georgian-style farmhouse has been converted into a casual fine-dining restaurant and wine bar. The use of local Annapolis Valley ingredients and fresh Bay of Fundy seafood highlights a varied, creative menu, and the house offers a selection of its own award-winning wines and some great local ciders. Menus change seasonally, and the eatery shuts down in winter. Splendid patio dining is available if the weather permits. The site of the Grand Pre Acadian World Heritage monument is a short walk downhill past the vineyards and the hilltop-setting. On a fine day, a visit to this highly appealing restaurant and to the emotionally moving Acadian site should be at or near the top of the list to visit for the cultivated traveler touring the western shore of the province. Halifax is about 100 kilometers and a world away. This restaurant is highly recommended.
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