This location has had many incarnations and we were interested to see what the latest offering would be. The restaurant is located in the northern end of Sidney, in the marina area. There is lots of parking available. The room is bright and airy with nice touches of stained glass work in the windows. As with its previous incarnations the room maintains its many hard surfaces, which look nice but make for a noisy experience when the room is full.
The first two times we visited we went for breakfast, which was excellent. We visited during the winter and it was very quiet. As the boating season heats up I would expect that the mornings will be busier. The breakfast menu covers the usual suspects - eggs, omelettes, French toast, anything you can think off. All prepared with quality ingredients.
We recently visited for dinner on a Saturday night - we called late in the day and they were able to squeeze us in. There was a guitarist providing live music, which was nice, but if you want to talk ask for a table by the window.
Dinner entrees range around $24 - at our table we had the cioppinno and two orders of the snapper special. One of our party made a dinner out of items from the appetizer menu. We didn't have any wine that night so can't comment on that.
The room was nice and the food was good. It was a busy night, which meant that the service was a bit haphazard.
One small irritation - why doesn't the restaurant have a local number? The phone number is a Vancouver local, which means I must dial long distance to reach the restaurant just up the road.
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