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Monday, October 10, 2011

Restaurant Review: Trout Lake Country Inn

Restaurant: Trout Lake Country Inn

Type of Food: American

Date: October 7, 2011

In 6 words or fewer: Good Food and Good People.

Review: Trout Lake, Washington is magically beautiful, no more so than at the Trout Lake Country Inn, with it's view of Mt. Adams to the East and Sleeping Beauty to the North. The Country Inn has gone through a variety of operators since I've been going there in 2005. Recently, the current operator, Danica, bought the historic hall, and the trend is in a very positive direction.

I had the roasted chicken, with garlic mashed potatoes and collards. The chicken was cooked to perfection and would have been very flavorful even without the one strip of bacon on top. The collards and potatoes also hit the spot. It was such a huge mound of food on a plate for $12 that I passed on the biscuit.

They can cook, and they are eager to please. Now that they are not just renting the Inn, I expect to see them improve it. Although, I, personally, have enjoyed the ambience of 104 year old walls, antique bar stools, and posters someone put up decades ago and never took down.

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