Wolfville's growing pains
“But having some interest from the town would be very advantageous to their application”
Mayor Bob Stead knows his town needs room to grow. But he wonders where the land is going to come from for new developments like a proposed new multi-unit senior citizens complex. via The Chronicle HeraldFull Story
Since: May 08
Saint John, Canada
#1 May 13, 2008
Having eaten many times at Wolfville's Blomidon Inn previously, I must comment on my recent visit last week.
Whilst the surroundings are always nice, the food was to say the least not up to standard.
Considering there was very few people there that excuse is not on being too busy.
Heated up curried vegetable soup that had a crust.
Over done pork medallions and tired vegetables.
One thing that disturbs also was the constant reaching over from left to right across my body by the waitress instead of serving from the left, also her persistence in asking in the middle of conversation was the food alright!
After so much attention during an unexciting meal, and after only rounding off the expense with a $5 tip purely as a token, it was interesting to note that when we left ten minutes later she was never seen again after scowling at the tip perhaps!
Donít let5 it slip further Blomidon. It is expensive enough eating at your place without poor service and food to boot.
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