The Lakehouse: A Restaurant Review
September 5, 2009 by applec
An old historic inn overlooking Canadarago Lake was the setting for our wonderful Friday night dinner.
We walked through a very homey looking foyer.
The Lakehouse is a Bed and Breakfast that features a wonderful restaurant offering great food at very reasonable prices. Keep in mind as I offer the following review of our dinner, the total bill only came to $54.97 for food and drink. Great prices.
We were taken to the "Tavern" where they were serving dinner on this particular Friday evening.
There was a very nice gentleman sitting on the balcony railing who offered to take our photo...
The view from the outside deck was beautiful, overlooking the lake.
Let the eating begin..
The house wines: A cool, crisp chardonnay (nothing complex but nice) and an earthy Cabernet for Ted
The wines were very reasonable at $4.50 per glass.
Crisp tortillas were brought out with a smooth pepper dip.
Standard garden salads but the bread...oh the BREAD! Made fresh daily, it was so light, soft and sweet. A simple white bread however the chef adds cornmeal for sweetness. Wonderful!
Ted enjoyed Veal Marsala with baby mushrooms and onions in Marsala wine reduction
Joanne enjoyed Wild Caught Salmon, broiled and served with dill hollandaise sauce with vegetable medly. Two pieces of salmon! Amazing! Doggy bag please!
The keyboard player provided entertainment all evening. The vocalist began at about 7:30pm. Lovely.
Now Ted gets greedy...Peach Shortcake with heaps of icecream and whipped cream. All for Ted.
Classic case of eyes being bigger than ones belly. 🙂
Why is it called a "Corn Moon"? The Harvest moon is in October.
A beautiful evening at The Lakehouse under a “corn moon”. Take Route 20 to Richfield Springs and turn on county route 22 ( Lake St.). One mile on the left for a wonderful dining or bed and breakfast experience. Gotta love New York.