Thanks so much for the all the wonderful food last night. Shaun's creations just keep getting better and better. The service was great as well.
As most people know I have retired my chef’s coat and now I wear many hats, I guess that’s what comes with owning your own business. Some days I truly miss my time in the kitchen. The “good old days” high intensity, fast paced, warm days and late nights. Other days I am more than happy to be “retired”. On
We thoroughly enjoyed every single sip and last morsel of our beautifully prepared and equally well-presented meal last night. You're stars on those counts alone, but with that stellar, perfectly on-point service thrown in? Stunning. Loved it, will see you again, friends in tow.
Hey Guys, We forgot to thank the kitchen for such a wonderful experience on Monday night. We totally enjoyed ourselves with the patient care and attention to detail given to us from Michelle behind the bar. She deserves a raise! All our plates came out clean, the perfect temperature, the proper quantities, and of course flavourful. We didn't order dessert because
For those of you who follow our blogs faithfully you may have noticed we have been doing a much better job of blogging weekly. You may also have noticed most of the blogs are written by Tim Corbett, not by Michelle LeBlanc. That is because Tim has recently been given the title and duties of Manager at Chinched
It's been almost a month since I joined a team of very talented Newfoundland female chefs in New York City to take on the James Beard House and showcase Newfoundland cuisine. I've been dying to blog about it, and that moment has finally arrived. Our first afternoon in New York
Chinched Bistro has launched an in house promotion our “Wine & Swine” tapas club. If you enjoy a few tapas for dinner in our dining bar, the deal just got sweeter. Now when you join us for tapas, once you have purchased 12 tapas you will
May has arrived, and with it the fog & cold? One thing you have to love about Newfoundland is our weather. Another is our food! Some may think that the availability of product in St. John’s Newfoundland is limited, and at times this is true. However with spring upon us, and hopefully summer on its
St. John's lit lovers, rejoice! Local author Trudy J. Morgan-Cole (who just won an IPPY Award!) is up for the Atlantic Publishers Marketing Association Best Atlantic-Published Book Award for her novel, That Forgetful Shore, published by Breakwater Books. This is a seriously competitive award that spans all 4 Atlantic Provinces and all genres of book. Trudy's novel is up against 2
Loved our dinner last night. The cod was divine! It was great to see you again and we will be back soon.