What's for Supper time

The masters of simple home cooking have moved downtown

What's for Supper is ALMOST this easy
What's for Supper is ALMOST this easy

If you haven’t heard of What’s for Supper let me enlighten you. It’s a pretty great concept helping the busiest among us to simplify their end-of-day kitchen time and still maintain that tasty home-cooked goodness. Imagine if after a painfully long day your family’s meal (like say, seared haddock with mango orange salsa) was pretty much ready to go, save for popping it in the oven. And, this isn’t a microwave dinner, it’s totally fresh. Amazing, right? With a menu that changes every month, the dishes you can assemble on site at What’s for Supper serve four to six people. And, if you’re really strapped for time you can skip that step too and buy them pre-prepped. The meal-making boutique and its sister cafe Sonny’s Cafe have settled have recently uprooted themselves from Bayers Lake in favour of a bright new space on the corner of Morris and Hollis (1277 Hollis Street). To book a session, or check out this month’s menu, head to whatsforsupper.ca.

Support The Coast

At a time when the city needs local coverage more than ever, we’re asking for your help to support independent journalism. We are committed as always to providing free access to readers, particularly as we confront the impact of COVID-19 in Halifax and beyond.

Read more about the work we do here, or consider making a donation. Thank you for your support!

Comments (0)

Add a comment

Add a Comment

Get more Halifax

The Coast Daily email newsletter is your extra dose of the city Monday through Friday. Sign up and go deep on Halifax.

Recent Comments