This was our first trip back to Ravine since the year they opened and we were quite impressed. As we'd dropped in unannounced we were fortunate to only have to wait 20 minutes for a table. What to do but sample wine. I understand that the sampling room we were in had only been open for a few weeks and it's been set up very nice - Laura Secord's uncle had installed one of the fireplaces in the house (pretty cool for a history geek), and bricks from other locations have been used for the wood burning oven - very nice indeed. A broad range of wines are VQA quality, prices are very reasonable and a few bottles followed us back home. The restaurant is in a word excellent, from the ambiance to the excellent and friendly service and the food was a hit. The asparagus in my daughter's salad came from the garden outside and my charcuterie platter was outstanding - it is made on site (the pig used to live across the road) and was served with house pickled beets and shaved fennel - the young man who brought the platter was also well versed in the arts of Charcuterie and Salumi. For the main, my wife and daughter both had burgers with house made bacon which were to big for them to finish, but they very much enjoyed. I had the pizza special as I wanted to see what that brick wood fired oven could do - very nicely done. Would be go back? In a heartbeat - a lovely spot to relax, sample for fine wine and have a truly lovely "nosh".
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