One evening last spring, it got later than expected after a day's soggy, but exhilerating outing. Not one of our group felt like cooking dinner, so we stopped at The King's Arms at the helpful suggestion of a family member. It was one place we'd yet to visit on our culinary tour of the Annapolis Valley, so we decided to check it out. Good plan, as it turns out.
As we waited for another of our group to join us, we emersed ourselves in the British-style ambience, dear to our British hearts, took a trip down memory lane, and enjoyed a glass of beer, (or cider in my case). It was good cider too.
Our waitress was friendly and kind, always a cheerful smile, nothing was too much trouble, she was like an old friend.
When our meals came, the aroma from each was wonderful, giving great expectations, which were met; all were delicious.
We can't wait to revisit and have another crack at that menu, perhaps even for brunch. No doubt about it, when in Kentville, this is a place to spend an evening or two.