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Tuesday, 23 August 2011


A surprising discovery in Peterborough, 38 Degrees is an unpretentious quality restaurant that partners with local farms and serves food that smells and tastes freshness.

We drooled listening to our waitress delivering the day's specials and ordering one of the specials was definitely the way to go.

So here is what we ate...

A Mediterranean salsa of tomatoes, olives, and scallions tossed in olive oil and covered with feta cheese, served with delicious baked basil olive foccacia, kicked off this pleasant eating experience.

Atlantic salmon drizzled with herb yogurt sauce, served over curry rice salad and fresh grilled vegetables was a healthy, tasty choice.

As for my guests, they opted for the chef's surprise grill - trout, lamb and beef grilled with a house-made vegetable ragout.

See how great this dessert looks. It tastes even better than it looks - chocolate raspberry ice-cream! Given my shrinking-the-waist project, I had a taster
that reminded me of le jardin's raspberries; only frozen.

Highly Recommended

38 Degrees Restaurant

375 Water Street
Peterborough, Ontario

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Yes, indeed, that was a tasty meal. Thanks for coming to visit, Majid. It was great to see you.

:) Richard, Van, & Xuan