After stopping at the excellent Church Key brewery in Campbellford last Sunday I inquired about good eats and was directed to Capers restaurant. It is located on the main street of Campbellford, opposite the No Frills.
We weren't given any menus but chose from a board of four specials: Prime Rib, Blackened Salmon, Cassoulet, and I can't remember the fourth. Two of us opted for the Cassoulet and the other for the Salmon. The cassoulet was delicious, containing sausage, duck and chicken, and topped with breadcrumbs. We mopped up all the sauce with crusty bread. The salmon came topped with a corn and pea salsa and was accompanied by a three cheese Mac 'n' Cheese with Lobster chunks! I had a taste, and again, very good. We also had a house salad which was spring greens with (our choice) a Tangerine Balsamic dressing.
We were a little worried about the bill as there were no prices on the board, but get this: the cassoulets $14, the Salmon $15, and the salad $2. A pint of Church Key tankard ale was $4.50 and a green apple Martini $5.50.
I may be driving up that way every weekend this summer.