Updated: 19th July 2011: This restaurant is closed according to Urbanspoon.com.
Updated: 6th Jan 2011: This restaurant is now called Bailey’s Bistro & Specialty Stores according to Urbanspoon.
Polly and I met up again for our ladies’ get together. We have change our cake meet day from Tuesday to Friday. This time we went to Nat’s Bistro & Convenience Store.
Nat’s Bistro & Convenience Store has opened only for about 3 months. I got to know of this place through an advertisement in the local papers they put up sometime in August when they newly opened. But, I did not get a chance to visit it until now.
Nat’s Bistro & Convenience Store is located at a small strip mall on Westminster Hwy between No. 1 & 2 Road. It is perhaps a new concept where they combine a bistro and convenience store in location.
The place is very clean and new. It has a siting capacity of 10 people. What I noticed is that there are 5 high definition televisions in the store. It might be a good place to go watch a hockey game with friends on game night. But the metal chairs are really not comfortable though, cold and hard.
As usual, we ordered a few items to share. The first piece is a Mango Raspberry Cheesecake. The mango and raspberry flavour came through very well on the cheesecake layer. However, the cake base is on the dry side.
The Chocolate Cheesecake is very creamy and the oreo base is thin and crisp. We like this piece better.
The last item we shared is a Steak and Onion Pie. The pie needs 10 minutes to be heated up.
The Steak and Onion Pie has lots of chunky beef in it. The crust is very flaky. This pie will definitely satisfy a beef lover.
All the food items above cost $4.25 each. We also had two regular coffees which cost $1.39 each. All in all, the bill came to $16.31.