NS: Glenora restaurant granted star rating from Where to Eat in Canada

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President Lauchie MacLean gave full credit for the star rating from the independent rating guide for dining establishments to chefs Andrew Kinnear and Patrick MacIsaac.

Glenora also announced the first shipment of Glen Breton Rare 10, 14 and 19-year-old single malt whisky is in the Ukraine and retailing well. — www.glenoradistillery.com

[GLENVILLE, NS] — The restaurant at the Glenora Inn and Distillery has been granted a star rating from Where to Eat in Canada for the seventh year in a row.

President Lauchie MacLean gave full credit for the star rating from the independent rating guide for dining establishments to chefs Andrew Kinnear and Patrick MacIsaac.

"Their ability to guide our culinary team at Glenora to deliver superlative dining experiences has been remarkable," he said in a press release. "When Where to Eat in Canada speaks to its readership about our lobster salad or our lamb with dark gravy or the sticky toffee pudding, you know they have savoured the work of Andrew and Patrick."

Glenora also announced the first shipment of Glen Breton Rare 10, 14 and 19-year-old single malt whisky is in the Ukraine and retailing well.

They've also sent a second shipment of Glen Breton single malt whisky brands to Malaysia.

Organizations: Glenora Inn

Geographic location: Canada, Ukraine, Malaysia

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