Located in the 1890 Olde Post Office, a charming red brick edifice on St George Street, this restaurant is the effort of really talented and experienced cook Janet Myers (Lola's grandmother). We stopped by for lunch during our walking tour of Annapolis Royal and were instantly pleased with the dining parlor furnished with many tables draped with colorful vintage tablecloths and pretty mismatched China sugarbowls, etc. The high ceilinged room sports a huge sparkly chandelier and a cute antique bar and stools, in addition. Our lunches, soups to desserts, were so wonderful we returned at 8 a.m. the next morning to have breakfast before leaving the area. Every single item served to us, including the coffee, seemed to be of the highest quality and careful preparation. Ms. Myers told us her passion is baking, and we particularly loved her jam/pudding cake (a very British recipe), carrot spice cake and freshly baked croissants (from "scratch" !). She also showed us a picture album of some of her artisan quality special cakes in the shapes of historical buildings, animals, and what not.
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