Happy New Year!!!!
We are kicking off the new year with a Moroccan theme dinner! January 11th 5:30-9, call for your reservation as spots are filling up!
Moroccan Menu January 11, 2013
Harira Soup- Lentil & chick pea soup, simmered with fragrant spices.
Jaban- lemony feta cheese & harissa dip served with house bread.
Brochette Kefta- Lamb, seasoned with parsley, mint & nutmeg, basted with lemon.
Chicken B’stilla- Savoury & sweet, chicken & roasted almonds baked in thin filo pastry.
Zalouk- Roasted eggplant & tomato dip served with house bread.
Chicken Tajine- Chermoula marinated, slow cooked with olives, lemon, & fresh coriander. With bread, vegetables & cous cous.
Lamb Tajine- Slow cooked shoulder, stewed with dates, honey, cinnamon & almonds. With bread, vegetables & cous cous.
Beef Kefta Tajine- spiced meatballs in a tomato tajine baked with egg. With bread, vegetables & cous cous.
Vegetarian Tajine- chickpeas & squash stewed with tomato, cumin, lemon & fresh coriander. With bread & cous cous.
Cous Cous Tfaya- cinnamon scented couscous with chicken skewers, caramelized onions & raisins.
Cous Cous Vegetarian- sweet & spicy with hint of saffron, fresh coriander, 7 vegetables, chickpeas.
Cous Cous Mechoui- slow cooked lamb shoulder, dates, vegetables, harissa & chickpeas.
Freshly baked desserts available from the showcase!
We also have more great events going on in the cafe!
Station Road will be performing on January 6th from 1-3pm. The band features Eric Pilgrim, Conrad Beaubien, David and Michelle Simmonds. Come in, have a beverage or lunch and enjoy your afternoon in the cafe!
Kelly Taylor will be displaying her photography for the month of January and February. Come in and check out her artwork!
And last but not least, we will be having a second theme dinner!!! Thai night on January 25th ( menu will be posted soon), sold out quickly last year so call for reservations.
A glimpse into February, we have a Tapas night (originally I mentioned in December news that it was on the 4th, it will be on the 8th), menu to follow.
Stay warm and try to enjoy the snow….I have a feeling it will be around a lot this winter.