Good Food Co. (Carleton Place)
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Stittsville and West
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2009 Oct 18
I live in Carleton Place and have enjoyed the Good Food Co's food for many years. We mainly self-catered and staffed our daughter's wedding and we asked Petra Graber (owner) to provide the salads and hor'douvres for her special day. Everyone loves her food! Note: The Good Food Company is only open on Friday for dinner.
Rachelle Eats Food
2009 Oct 18
I went wedding dress shopping with a friend yesterday in Carleton Place. I was excited about the adventure because I knew it would end with a meal somewhere and I figured there had to be a nice little café or something in the area. And man, was I happy with our choice!
We stumbled into the Good Food Company, a quaint little spot with big windows at the front letting the beautiful sun's rays in. It was pretty busy but we lucked out with the last table at the back. They were still serving breakfast but also had the lunch menu available. Oh the choices!
I started off with the Soup of the Day, a potato and leek mixture that had the texture of a corn chowder, thick and rich and warmed me instantly. Alongside the bowl was a warm slice of whole grain bread.
My friend and I shared two mains, the Winter Spinach Salad and the Harvest Grilled Sandwich. Both had fantastic ingredients that went insanely well together. The two of us were in awe with every bite. The salad was made with baby spinach, baked sweet potatoes, fresh cranberries, bacon, toasted pecans and topped with a warm maple-dijon dressing. And the sandwich, sourdough bread toasted to perfection, was filled with chicken, bacon, old cheddar and caramelized green apples and red onion. The caramelized green apples were to die for. I thought I was going to go insane it was so good. I love marrying meat and fruit together. So many people I know hate that combination, and it just baffles me.
The service was excellent and the prices very reasonable. $8 to $10 for breakfast, $4 to $11 for soups and salads and $5 to $10 for lunch mains. It's the kind of spot I'd go all the way to Carleton Place for no other reason but to eat there.
2008 Jun 19
Huevos rancheros, pasta salad, hash browns (admittedly a strange combo; my choosing, not the Good Food Co's). Eggs florentine pictured in background.
The snap is from a few months back so my memory has faded slightly about the details, but. The baked beans in the pic were too sweet, and everything else was just right. Good price, slightly cramped seating, super-nice service. A definite thumbs-up; the menu is droolworthy.
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