We are extremely lucky to be living in an area where fabulous restaurants abound; some only a short drive downtown and
others worthy of a day trip.
Our first trip took us to Prince Edward County for lunch at
to meet up with old friends.
Along our country route, we passed my favourite runoff...
It was so much fun to find our friends in good spirits
and full of laughter!
We dined on on Fish and Chips
and finished off the meal with butter tarts and creme brule
We had such a fabulous time!
A few weeks later, we joined friends for dinner at Megalos Restaurant in downtown Kingston, before going to the theatre.
Their 'prix fixe' menu had very generous portions and was delicious.
I started with a huge salad...
.....then a 'huge' burger!
Desert was included, but I couldn't eat another bite, so took it home for another day....peanut butter cake.....yummo!
As all good things come in 'threes',
my honey and I celebrated our recent anniversary at
Le Chien Noir Bistro, also in downtown Kingston.
They also have a 'prix fixe' menu. The menu has a 'french' slant to it with many surprising additions.
I started with a roasted squash risotto, where instead of rice, the chef used cauliflower, finishing it with shaved pecorino romano.
then on to more traditional french fare, mussels
and, in case you haven't figured it out yet, my favourite desert, creme brule!
As spring is just around the corner, I took a short drive to see how my stream looked today.....almost all the snow gone,
but still gushing water.