The Inkeepers at the Water's Edge Inn in Baddeck told us about this restaurant which is overlooks St. Ann's Harbour. What's special about this restaurant, besides it's spectacular locvation on the Cabot Trail, is that everything they cook and cook with is sourced within 100 miles of the restaurant. A charming small inn on the top of a steep hill, Chanterelle has a small dining room so reservations are a must. Peter and I each had a salad to start, roast veal, and homemade ginger honey ice cream. We thought the meal was good, the ambiance comfortable and the staff exceptionally friendly. You won't find a place like this very often, especially off the beaten path.
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