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The Bistro in Canon Beach/Review

lewis schneider | Jul 6, 200512:21 PM     5

My wife and I had a very nice meal at a little place off the beaten path in Canon Beach last week. The dining room is small but we found it to be cozy and appealing. We shared a starter of crab cakes that were very fresh tasting and not drizzled with sauces that sometimes drown out the flavor of the crab. Very simple and fresh tasting. Our salad was nicely prepared with chilled slices of pear that were refreshing with the other greens. I had the pork chop that I found to be very flavorful and wife had the prawns that she said were very good. No room for dessert, but the ones that were going out to others looked very inviting. We will return.

Other good meals were at Gower St. Bistro and Cafe Mango. We liked the Bruce's Candy Kitchen for the great variety of candy and truffels. Also enjoyed some very good chowder at a place called Moe's right on the beach. lewis

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