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Review of Edible Art Cafe

Edible Art Cafe
Ranked #2 of 28 Restaurants in New Minas
Certificate of Excellence
Price range: $2 - $13
Cuisines: Healthy, Cafe, Soups
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Dining options: Lunch, Takeout
Description: Located on the grounds of the old Horton High school at 9701 Commercial Street, the Edible Art Cafe straddles the border between the villages of Greenwich and New Minas, Nova Scotia. Look for the old brick gates of the High school, as the cafe is set back from the road, and almost directly across Commercial Street from Deep Hollow Road. Our food selection includes Ariell's famous baked goods, and breakfast, as well as soups, salad, and sandwiches made fresh daily. An extensive "grab & go" line of frozen soups and entrees is also available for takeout at the incredible price of 5 meals for $20. The coffee is organic and fair trade from North Mountain Coffee, a local roaster located in Berwick. Live music is featured seven days a week from noon to 2pm, culminating with the Saturday & Sunday Brunch from 10am-3pm featuring a delicious Eggs Benedict. Many of the tables are "live edge" hardwood works of art, created by Ariell's husband Jesse, who is also Co-founder/General Manager at the cafe. The cafe is also a show room for the sale of not only the tables, but tons of local art from the surrounding community.
Reviewed July 20, 2014

Everything is so fresh and tasty! The scones and muffins are addictive. Try the apple cheddar sop, you won't be disappointed!

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Reviewed July 9, 2014

A lunch combination of chicken gumbo soup and the Edilbe Art Salad was a very good lunch. The salad included very fresh ingredients including strawberries, blackberries and raspberries - excellent with a house prepared dressing. But, the huge, tasty cookie and carrot muffin that I savoured at home are both excellent.

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Reviewed May 17, 2014

My husband and I have been here twice now for the eggs Benedict. It is served on Saturdays from 11 am - 3 pm. They are one of the best eggs Benedict that I have ever had!! One of the things that makes it so good is that instead of ham, it is made with double smoked bacon which gives it extra flavour. It also has a Hollandaise sauce that is a bit more tart and less thick then usual, and I love it! It also comes with a rosemary hash that is very good. I would so recommend it based on that alone. But I have also had a rueben panini and salad that were also really good, and others have told me that the seafood chowder is really good too. I haven't tried it yet, but I plan on trying it soon, if I can ever not order the eggs Benedict. They also make a yummy steamer with chocolate. The owners are very sweet and make you feel welcome.

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Reviewed February 8, 2014

This cafe is a must to stop in. The food although small selection was fantastically tasty! The atmosphere was awesome also with the owner including a big screen for the Olympics. Would definitely recommend the peanut soup!!:)

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Reviewed February 8, 2014

Stopped for a coffee and lunch. It was definitely worth the stop. Had an amazing creole peanut soup and Mediterranean panini. Service was excellent but relaxed. The art for sale in the cafe added to a funky ambience.

Definitely will stop here again if we are passing through.

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