So many times that I wanted to finish this post, this long overdue travelogue (or simply a recap of my 1 day trip to Stratford). It was my first time there. At first, I didn’t even know where I was going. All know was… it was a trip to a corn maze.
It’s always great to walk around a town that you’ve never been to. The foreigner has no expectation, which implies there may be surprises. This picture was taken by RL – with the subtle mood of a movie where the main character is lost in the crossroad.
After looking at the phamplet and brochure that we got from the tourist information booth, we decided to come to this “Keystone Alley” – Menu looked pretty decent.
Inside the restaraunt/cafe, there were quite a lot of patrons. Special menu on the whiteboard. Without waiting for too long, we were brought to the outdoor patio. Although it looked better in the picture, the patio was not bad.
Overall the price range was good – below $20 per entree. A lot of us ordered the quiche. I liked it – tasted good, not too heavy, just right.
Walking down the street, we went into one of the stores and smelt something. It was actually the smell of chocolate from this Chocolate BARR’s beside.
So many different types of chocolate to choose from. One of my problems is that when I am given too many choices, I usually don’t make a choice. They got two packages of chocolate/caramel coated nuts/popcorns. They were ok.
I didn’t know that Balzac’s Coffee has opened up a location in Stratford. Since the raining became water pouring, we went in the Balzac’s Coffee to get some coffee and tea. Just chill, you know.
FYI: Keystone Alley Cafe & Key’d Inn
34 Brunswick Street, Stratford, ON N5A 6L8
136 Ontario Street, Unit 1, Stratford, ON N5A 7Y4
149 Ontario Street, Stratford, ON N5A 3H1