Auntie Ag’s Seafood Cafe

Yesterday, after smelling my oven cleaning itself and having all the windows cleaned and shiny (professionally done here, thank you), Don said he was taking me out to lunch.  Who am I to say no?

We went into the local Submarine place but the smells drove me out and we went across the street and decided to return to Auntie Ag’s.

I don’t know where to begin…..we walked in and seated ourselves and while waiting for the server to come to our table, I started looking around and the one thing that I first commented on was the clean, looking almost freshly washed, starched and ironed curtains..they sparkled.

Our server came, took our order and now we both start looking around. This has to be the cleanest  establishment I have been in, in a very long time. Even the ridge on the baseboards was free of dust and the floors shone they were so clean.

The food came, hotter than hot I might add. Don ordered the Poutine. I said ‘whaaaat? I ordered the special 1 piece  of fish  with fries, coleslaw and their homemade tartar sauce.

The poutine was almost the best ever. The gravy was fresh and not a canned or powdered funny tasting substitute, the cheese was ample and melting ever so into a  sea of perfection on wonderful fries.

I had the fish, again perfectly battered and yummy, fries-hot and fresh tasting. This is a great place to eat.

Out server offered a variety of pies for dessert but we were far too full to even look at anything.

This is a hidden little gem in Oliver. It is reasonable $$, super clean, good food and yes, we will return.




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2 Responses to Auntie Ag’s Seafood Cafe

  1. Way to go Deb, Dave and Mike. This is a wonderful review and well deserved after all your hard work getting the restaurant up and running. Can’t wait to come down again for some more of those yummy coconut shrimp!!!! Dustin is dying for some fish and chips!!!!! See you soon

  2. Brenda Sauve

    Can’t wait to give this little gem a try. If you can believe it, we have never had poutine…and we are Quebecers!! See you in the spring!

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