The sauce is delicious and the eggs were cooked to perfection! The hash browns were also very tasty!
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This was a friendly place and we ate in one of the small lounges with some live music. It was fund and the good and drink was good. All in all a great evening.
We enjoyed our evening meal in the dining room and my wife's special diet request was accommodated. We moved after eating to listen to the live music on the deck. I returned for a late lunch the next day and found the deck in the...More
Food was average and service was decent. Sign said wait to be seated so we did. Hostess walked by us twice before saying , seat yourself. Waitress was fine and the food was average but same hostess was unfriendly when we were paying, on our...More
We tried a quick dinner, ordered fish and chips and ceasar salad. When I eat out I always hope it will be at least as good or better than home. This was not, the fish was overcooked, heavily breaded and appeared to be probably frozen....More
During our first visit to Cape Breton we stopped at a few of little cafes and restaurants and enjoy most of them. This. Was our last night and decided after driving around we would eat at the Lynwood Inn. Our mussels, steak and veg were...More
We were at the end of a long rainy-day drive from Halifax, and were really starting to get hungry. With the rain abating, the deep porches on this beautiful red building looked attractive, and they were open for mid-afternoon lunch/dinner. What a great decision. We...More
My daughter and I stayed at the Linwood Inn on a recent holiday and decided to eat in the restaurant on the first evening. I was not terribly impressed. I hade the fish and rice both of which were over cooked. The staff were very...More
The nicest part of this dinning experience was sitting on the patio/porch. The fish chowder was watery with too many once frozen potato nuggets. It was disappointing. My wife's fish cakes, cottage cheese and chow was fine. I found it interesting that diet beverages are...More