The way food is presented was impressive and of course the ethics of this cafe cannot be faulted. However a few changes would make it comparable to the best anywhere not just the best of a mediocre bunch in St. John's. First and foremost it was under seasoned, and both the starter and mains was overly complex and lacked balance. The dauphinoise potatoes were covered in some type of honey sauce making them disgustingly sweet and ill twinned with the delicate halibut they were served with.
Perhaps now that its serving evening meals it needs to change the ambiance to reflect this.
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