Went here in December when visiting family in area.
Place is out in the middle of nowhere ( ie. about 5 or 6 miles up route 9 towards BGR). I was expecting very little and walked in to a bright, cheery place with a shockingly extensive menu ( everything from seafood to Tex/Mex to Italian-based dishes ).
After some basic appetizers, a marguerita and a glass of cheap but drinkable red wine I spotted lamb shank on the menu so I thought I'd give it a try and it was actually pretty good.
We all had desserts which were fairly large quantities.
After the meal ( and being suprised that such a restaurant existed near St.Stephen/Calais ) we asked to speak with the chef. He came out and talked to us and was a nice guy - turns out he's from Ottawa.
The only negative was that our server charged me about a 20 per cent gratuity/service charge on our table of 5 ( which is alot for a restaurant in the middle of nowhere ).
But still a reasonable place to go in the border area, considering the bleak options in St.Stephen and limited places in Calais besides Yancy's ( if it's still open .........).
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