|On the other side of the dining room, there is a grab-and-go café, similar to the one at the O & B Canteen, offering an assortment of salads, sandwiches and pastries.|
|The concept of Canadian comfort food is intriguing to me because my knowledge of Canadian cuisine is limited to poutines and beaver tails. So I was pleasantly surprised at the variety of dishes offered on the menu that were "Canadian".|
|I sipped on a mighty canuck — vodka, maple syrup infused lemonade, and rimmed with candied lemon — while waiting for the meal. While the drink itself was quite tasty, it was a bad idea to drink on an empty stomach.|
|I went for st-canut pulled pork tourtière with honey roots, greens, and heinz ketchup. |
A tourtière is, in essence, a meat pie originating from Quebec.