The Noshing Nova Scotians podcast
About This Show
Margaret and Chris Hache are from the Halifax, NS area (although currently in Colorado Springs, Colorado) and enjoy dining at a wide variety of restaurants - they want to share their experiences with you!
Most Recent Episode
NNS020 - Farmer’s Daughter Country Market, Whycocomagh, Nova Scotia, Canada
Click here if you wish to download Farmer's Daughter Country Market Address: 9393 Trans-Canada Highway, Whycocomagh, Nova Scotia, Canada Social Media: Website: http://www.thefarmersdaughtercountrymarket.ca Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/FarmersDaughterCountryMarket/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/farmersdaughtercountry/ Date / Time Visited: 10:30AM on 6 July 2014 Genre: Café (and gift shop, and farmer's market...) Meals Served: Breakfast / Lunch Reservation: Nil Here are some of our thoughts (please listen to the podcast for a complete description): Ambiance / description of place / music / WIFI Chris – Lovely setting, lots of farm memorabilia, clean, no music, multiple sections, food, fudge, gifts Margaret – This location is a general store, souvenir shop and ‘restaurant’ all in one. It was a mishmash of things as if the place was trying to be all things to all people. Charlotte – Good Wi-Fi - (public) [caption id="attachment_335689" align="aligncenter" width="640"] Farmer's Daughter - Interior[/caption] Greeting / reception Chris – The person I thought was the owner didn't speak to customers. He was loud and was focused on hanging up a sign while arguing with his companion. Margaret – We weren't greeted and giving an order at the food and fudge counters weren't efficient. I suspect at least 2 of the employees we dealt with were new and there was an employee, Cassie, that really helped them out. There seemed to be an issue of some kind with the people in the ice cream section. [caption id="attachment_335690" align="aligncenter" width="640"]