When you enter the dining room the first thing you notice are the wall to wall windows which provide you with stunning views of St. Peters Bay. Evenings are especially spectacular and there are many nights the verandah is crowded with dinner guests taking pictures of one of PEIís prettiest sunsets. Enhance your dining experience by planning to arrive a half an hour earlier to enjoy a cocktail or a selection from our extensive wine list in the Great Room, on the verandah or at the Bar.
As the sun descends beneath the waters, our Chef Derek Perry works magic in his domain, fashioning epicurean delights you will soon not forget. Whether it is visiting the North Shore fishermen, selecting vegetables and herbs from our gardens or baking all of our own breads and pastries, Chef Perry and his staff create exceptional cuisine for even the most discriminating palate.We serve dinner daily and brunch on Sundays. We recommend reservations and welcome those visitors who are not staying at the Inn.
This evening, Chef Perry invites you to select
from a sampling of a typical menu:
Garden Greens with Granny Smith Apples, Feta Cheese, Candied Pecans,
and Blueberry Thyme Vinaigrette
Just Shucked Colville Bay Oysters with Fresh Grated Horseradish and Red Wine Mignonette
Beet Risotto with Snow Pea Sprouts and Warm Lime Butter
Seared Sea Scallops with Herbed Potato, Pickled Cucumber and Red Onion with Saffron Froth
Seared Salmon with Florentine Style Fingerling Potatoes, Summer Squash and Carrot Butter
Pistachio Crusted Rack of Lamb with Baby Blue Potatoes, Grilled Oyster Mushrooms and Fig Gastrique
Grilled Halibut with Pineapple and Mango Salsa, New Potato Salad with Julienne Vegetables
and Orange Vinaigrette
Grand Marnier Scented Creme Bruleť with Wild Blueberries and Fresh Baked Palmiers
Banana Napoleon -Caramelized Bananas over layers of Praline Phyllo with Orange Drizzle
Chocolate Medley-Mini Molten Cake with Blueberry Red Wine Sauce, Chocolate Cup with White Chocolate Ice Cream and Ganache
diningroom is outstanding - worth visiting the area
just to savor such an experience."
to Eastern Canada
real find a feast for the eye, the palate,
& Janice M., Maine