This lovely restaurant is well worth the drive from Cornwall or Ottawa. We were fortunate enough to have dinner there and were very pleasantly surprised with the menu: not your usual fare - osso buco, rack of red deer, quail, sea bass, scallop ceviche to name a few of the items on the menu. The food was excellent, prepared very well and beautifully presented. There was a nice wine list; not lengthy but offered good choices of both red and white. The restaurant itself is within a former church, stained glass windows, and when you walk through the door you are greeted by the organ and a beautiful chandelier. The owner will be happy to tell you the history of the place and how it came to be a restaurant. It's a great story! Service was excellent in every way. Desserts were wonderful - we shared the creme brulee and walnut ice cream - yum! We were there on a Friday night but the owner was telling us that they have jazz nights on Saturday evenings so next time we will go for that.
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