Choose from Four Options
- C$17 for C$35 worth of dinner for two or more people
- C$33 for C$70 worth of dinner for four or more people
- C$10 for C$20 worth of dinner for two or more people
- C$19 for C$40 worth of dinner for four or more people
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Number of Tables: 11–25
Parking: Parking lot
Most popular offering: Seafood chowder
Alcohol: Full bar
Delivery/Takeout Available: Takeout only
Outdoor Seating: No
Executive Chef Erwin Palo grew up in the Philippines and spent years honing his culinary skills while working in Hong Kong and Japan, before moving on to the Westin Nova Scotian and the Halifax Marriott Harbourfront Hotel. Along the way, he also managed to find time to snag a total of 38 medals from various culinary competitions.
Today, Chef Palo puts his award-winning skills on display at the Holiday Inn Harbourview's Cafe 101, where his eye-catching global cuisine highlights local produce. But despite the artistic flourish and high-quality ingredients, his food manages to remain accessible. Dinner is just as likely to feature forest mushroom flatbread with mozzarella and brie, garlic, and olive oil drizzle, as it is maple pork tenderloin with bourbon sauce or seared scallops with pea puree. When it comes to special occasions, however, Chef Palo never fails to dazzle his patrons, whether by demonstrating his ability to touch his toes, or his skill in molecular gastronomy, which he uses to create dishes like peanut butter and raspberry jam dust on a spoon made of bread.