As promised, a post devoted to our last dinner in Charlottetown before hitting the road with our bikes.
Gahan House is a microbrewery with a large selection of beer. We started with their sample platter of beer in 3 oz mugs. - 6 of their standard plus 2 specials. I don't remember all of them, but astonishingly, my favorite was a thick stout that tasted a bit like coffee. Bram's was their honey wheat.
Then onto the food. Typically I'm torn between a couple things on a menu, which is often solved by me ordering one and Bram ordering the other...luckily we share similar tastes and share our food well with each other! However, I was torn between about 5 things on this menu! This was solved by ordering 3 things and a promise to come back at the end of our trip.
First up a flat bread pizza where you chose 3 of about a dozen available toppings and 1 of 3 kinds of sauces. Ours was bacon, chorizo and goat cheese with their house BBQ sauce. Though it sounds a little strange, it was possibly the most delicious pizza I've had!
Then came our main dishes. Fish and chips, with a beer batter made with their own beer of course. Bram absolutely loved their chips. Jon will smile when he reads that they only had malt vinegar on the table, and when I asked for white vinegar, it was brought in a little cup because apparently it is rarely requested.