Sunday, 26 June 2011

Nom nom

Great weekend down Niagara way and I had to give a couple shout outs to some great places to eat.  First up was dinner at the Smokin Buddha in Port Colborne with the in-laws.  A smaller establishment with a menu that spans Indian, Mexican, Thai, and Japanese cuisine.  If you are in the area, I highly recommend checking it out.  Lots of options and pretty much everything was delicious.  I only had the one beer as I was designated driver for the night (I KNOW! Somebody just made a mint on that pool) but they had quite a selection of draft beers.

Next morning we headed up to Ancaster for brunch at The Ancaster Mill.  There was much stress over what to wear as it was suggested that "business casual" was the way to go.  So, that means swankier than anything I'm used to eating at.  Shouldn't have stressed and just relaxed.  It was a buffet service but I still have to give props to our waiter who brought a sense of humour to the whole affair.  Here are the things I had for brunch this morning:

  • oysters

  • perogies

  • eggs benedict (awesome)

  • bacon (regular and peameal)

  • sausage

  • roast beef


So, no problem with protein supply.  Others sampled freshly made crepes, waffles, and omelets and their was no shortage of fruits and chocolates and desserts and cheeses and breads and pastas and chicken and pork.  God there was so much.  And it was all fantastic.  The price is fairly steep but so worth it.  Check it out!

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