This restaurant is very well located in Herring Cove Provincial Park on the golf course close to the campsites, so we decided to walk up from our tent and give it a try. It's never a good first impression to see the cook outside smoking in a very dirty T-shirt, but unfortunately that was our first impression. Still, we were hungry and needed a break from our limited camp cooking so we kept going.
There's a nice little outdoor terrace and inside it's decent, no frills, comfortable. The menu is ok, but heavy on the fried foods. Our meal arrived quickly and the food was decent for the price. We had a glass of wine and decided to just relax. For dessert we had strawberry pie and it was very good. It's nice to see places that still bother to make pies with fresh, seasonal fruit. Since I know what to expect, I'd go back on our next camping trip because it's so conveniently located. If you're camping - no need to drive, you can just walk up, take time to enjoy an extra glass of wine and relax before heading back for a lovely sleep in your campsite. The park itself is just lovely.
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