We and eaten at this venue a couple of times in the past when it was run by chain hotels and were disappointed, embarrassed in fact when we had friends there. When our service club had its annual social night there last evening (~100 people) we almost passed it up on the basis of our previous experiences. We had an absolutely superb meal, good quantities of roast beef and potatoes - the essential Prince Edward Island meal. We don't understand why tea and coffee were not served after the meal, and no bread and butter plates at the place settings. Strange! The chef did a marvellous job and his organization in the kitchen drew excellent comments, the servers were pleasant and efficient, but the shortcomings are sticking in my mind. The event was after dark in a lower-floor room so we couldn't verify the view outside which I expect was superb.
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