Halifax: The Trifecta of Travel Dining

A while back I posted three reasons why I already loved Nova Scotia. Well, I’m here now, and I’ll get into how much I like it in a bit (I’m having computer issues so this is being written on my phone.) But I wanted to take this opportunity to revisit reason #3 from that previous post. It was a Haligonian named Vanessa who commented here and gave me an awesome list of things to do and places to eat in Halifax.

I’m typing this with my thumbs to say that I took that advice and had a meal that definitely made the top five ‘best things I’ve ever eaten’ list. It was a red curry noodle soup from Cha Baa Thai. Oh. My. God. Best meal ever. And it was right down the street from our hotel–and it was crazy reasonably priced. That is the trifecta of travel dining!

So thanks Vanessa, if you are reading this! And everyone else–come to Halifax. Photos and more to come!


3 responses to “Halifax: The Trifecta of Travel Dining

  1. Awesome, I’ m glad you liked it! Also, I know your watching your wallet and for a good deal that just came up also very close to you, Onyx (across the street from the Spring Garden entrance to the hotel) has a summerlicious 3-course menu for $25 including watermelon salad, Digby scallops, beef tenderloin, lobster wellington, brick cornish game hen, peach shortcake and ice-cream roulade, and you can add wine pairings for $20 more. Normally a dinner here is over $100 per person. Also, Tuesday night at Onyx is half price martinis, and on Wednesday, you can bring in your own bottle of wine with no corkage fee.

    Enjoy your stay, you had lovely weather today for Natel Day

    • Well gee–I guess I know where we’re having dinner tonight! Thanks yet again!

      And yes–yesterday’s weather was amazing. But I’m kind of bummed about today and tomorrow. 😦 Guess I’m whipping out my nerdy Indiana Jones hat.

  2. Yeah, I’m not thrilled about the weather either. I think today would be a good day to find a nice pub to hang out in 😉

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