THIS is that wonderful poached salmon dinner at Ramikins Restaurant on Bath Road, here in Kingston, Ontario, Canada. The brown sauce is a lemon-butter sauce, the mashed potatoes are real as are the veggies.
My husband has the prime beef sandwich. Both our meals only come to 32 dollars all together in a lovely atmosphere. The tables are set with linens, salad forks and nice water glasses. The napkins are cloth.
There are fireplaces bunring in all the rooms, lots of light and altogether the best place to be on a dreary day. This is the very best place I’ve ever found for a celiac to eat in this town.
Don’t get me started on our only celiac restaurant – The Silly Yak. When will they ever learn? as the song goes.
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