New Town and Country Redux

I returned to the Town & Country this afternoon, my second visit (first one got reported here) since Louis and Faida retired.

Wow — what a different a couple of weeks makes: everything was running like a top, service was super-quick, complete and friendly. And the food — I ordered the chicken saté with rice — was well-prepared and spiced with an excellent amount of fire. After we’d eaten the owner came over to make sure everything was okay.

So it looks like the T&C is back — it’s not the old T&C, and it never will be. But if they keep this up, it will become a regular stop on my lunch rounds.

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Peter Rukavina's picture
Peter Rukavina on March 4, 2007 - 01:03

Catherine, Oliver and I went back for dinner tonight. Oliver had the Japanese chicken nuggets, which were excellent; so was Catherine’s chicken curry. Service was A1.

Cyn's picture
Cyn on March 4, 2007 - 02:24

My first and second visit were both fab. They have done a great job making the transition. Now a regular for me too.

Bon's picture
Bon on March 4, 2007 - 18:13

wow, i’ve been in the house too much. i didn’t even realize the Rasheds had sold the place…but i’m glad it’s finding its stride under the new owners.

will have to send Dave down for takeout. like maybe, now? drooling.

Clark's picture
Clark on July 12, 2007 - 20:35

We also found the service excellent during our recent lunch time visit. Food was so so.

Dale's picture
Dale on July 13, 2007 - 03:38

Today I couldn’t decide where to go for supper. None of my usual spots downtown appealed to me right then, and although I had a hankering for the Noodle House, I was on foot and was concerned about getting caught in a rainstorm. On my way up Queen Street, I spotted the Town & Country and remembered your post about it. I probably would never have given it a second glance otherwise. I ordered the Indonesian (green) curry and requested the vegetarian option, to which the waitress asked if I would like to have it with tofu. YES! I very much enjoyed the meal, and just wanted to thank you for blogging about the restaurant. I now have another vegetarian-friendly option in downtown Charlottetown.

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