You don't need to be a wino to love this place - the food is good, the atmosphere great for wine country. My wife and I had lunch here a dozen years ago. Neither the view nor the food quality had changed. The 3 course lunch menu costs C$50, wine excluded with plenty of both food and wines to choose from. A glass of Hillebrand sparkling wine freshens up the palate even as it mellows you from the shoulder tensions fro driving the QEW down. And oh, it's included in the lunch so relax. The Ontario Pork Chop took the top prize between our entrees (A-) with the high quality meat able to withstand a lot of culinary abuse and still wins a smile on your face. Breaded chicken panini was really chicken sandwich in fancy Italian with a piece of ham that lifted it to a pleasant grade (B). Appetizers of scallops and tomato soup were excellent (both A-). The real winner was my Pecan Tart with caramel sauce (A+). Forget the cloying overly sweet goo, the sauce here was easily spreadable and added value to nicely baked Pecans with a crunchy crust. The Hilldebrand wines were serviceable and even tasted fine when the food was this good.
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