Buy the Cottage Next Door.

“As your enthusiastic server will probably tell you, the boring-sounding chicken is anything but: Brined, cooked sous-vide, then baked, it’s crusted on the outside and juicy inside, garnished with crispy spaetzle and woodsy mushrooms.”

Air Canada enRoute Magazine

 

Unlike any currently in the County.

“The goal is to keep the menu as local as possible, with meat coming from Walt’s Sugar Shack here in the County and Tamarack Farms in Roseneath, Ontario. They are using shrimp from the First Ontario Shrimp Farm. The wine list is a welcome combination of county and international wines, and the cocktail list will include local spirit makers Kinsip, as well other non-local favourites.”

The Wellington Times

 

 

 
 
 
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Instagram-worthy.

"The decor at the restaurant is appropriately Instagram-worthy, featuring a dried floral wall by Ottawa’s Homebody Floral Co... The food, too is something diners will want to remember — and share."

The Good Local

 

Eighty percent of the menu at Seedlings is sourced locally.

“Former Drake Devonshire chef Michael Portigal and his wife, Ashley O’Neil, named their restaurant Seedlings in honor of their first independent venture and their toddler. Eighty percent of the all-day menu is sourced locally, including umeboshi (pickled plums) and pickerel and perch from Dewey Fisheries, the last remaining operation of its kind in the county. Sometimes it’s as easy as snipping herbs from their patio planters or going next door to the apiary for honey and pollen for sumac-spiced cake and its buttercream frosting, respectively. The dining room’s walnut tables will soon be filled with rabbit and squash dishes.”

The Hollywood Reporter

 

Our Pick.

The County's newest farm-to-table restaurant is officially open and we're loving everything from the historic mansion it's housed in to the ever-changing seasonal menu. The atmosphere is cozy, the food is local and the wine list will have us coming back again and again! This new hot spot is open for breakfast and dinner, but make reservations because it's in high demand and tiny inside! 

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