Sunday, 19 June 2016

Hunter's Ale House, Charlottetown, PEI

I had supper this evening at Hunter's Ale House (on Kent Street).

I sat on the patio.  I spent last week in Charlottetown and it was cold and rainy ... so nice that it was warm and sunny this evening.

Though there were a couple interesting beer on tap (like Barking Squirrel and Sam Adams), I was surprised they didn't have more draughts available than Canadian, Coors Light, Rickard's, Heineken, etc. since they have "ale" in the name of the restaurant.

The menu has a lot of variety and it was hard to decide.  I ordered wings with Thai sauce.  They were just frozen battered wings (I'm not a fan of battered wings) ... nothing special.  Their description set my expectations pretty high.  I wish I'd ordered something else.

I was still a bit hungry so ordered dessert.  Allie, my server, recommended the chocolate eruption cake.  It was really sweet and rich and I wasn't able to finish it all.

Allie was friendly and helpful and took good care of me.

Hunter's Ale House Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

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