Hi everyone its Shaylynn (that’s me with Anna Maria at a recent Chamber meeting). I recently had the opportunity to go to the Coho restaurant and get the full experience, I sat down and was looking over my menu while nice warm bread and butter was put on the table and my drink order was taken. A few minutes later I had a small plate brought to me with a little tasting which we call “Amuse” it was a crustini with a little chicken on top, really delicious. I got to try the black cod over soba noodles the cod was like butter and melted in my mouth immediately. It is definetly a must try. I also got to try the beef tenderloin which was cooked to my liking and served with vegetables and fingerling potatoes which I must say was absolutely delightful. I got to enjoy after my meal a nice cup of chamomile tea and a chocolate torte! I barely had room for the dense rich chocolately dessert but I managed a few bites and took the rest home with me (wrapped into a swan). All in all it was a lovely evening. On another note about the inn our apple trees are ripening and I got to pick some apples with a special basket device (which was a lot of fun) and I get to make some filling for apple pies and cakes, so you must join us soon and try some of our delectable breakfast desserts!
From classic French-style pastry to artisan sourdough, the San Juan Islands have all your bakery needs covered. We’re home to a generous number of excellent local establishments, so if you’re looking for a foodie trip to the islands, you won’t be disappointed. Living in the Pacific Northwest, we are lucky