The Culinary Institute of Canada (CIC) in Charlottetown reopened the Lucy Maud Dining Room to the public in February after months of planning and preparing for operations under the new guidelines for restaurants.
“After a delayed start to our programs, we are delighted to welcome back our guests. All of our food is prepared and presented by our students and their interactions with public are an important part of their training. Students are being prepared to work under the new realities of the hospitality industry,” explains Chef Austin Clement, program manager for Holland College’s culinary and hospitality programs.
The CIC also launched a Dining Room To Go take-out service. Guests can order ahead between 11:30 am–1 pm for lunch or between 6–8 pm for dinner. Additionally, the CIC’s new Too Tired to Cook weeknight menu will offer hot take-out meals with curbside delivery Tuesday–Friday from 4–6 pm starting March 2.
The Grab & Go onsite market, located in the lobby of the Tourism and Culinary Centre, is also open from 11 am–6 pm, Tuesday to Friday, with a selection of artisan breads, pastries, salads, soups, and butchery items. On March 2, the Grab & Go will also feature Time Savours, ready-made, reheat-to-eat meals.
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