I spent St.Patrick’s Day on a road trip. My wheels brought me into the Town of Pelham. Plenty of beautiful farmland scenery to enjoy, & one road took me to Ridgeville. I checked out Nature’s Corner Bakery & Cafe. It’s a quaint little bakery & cafe, that serves daily fresh made whole grain baked goods such as breads, sweets, & quick eats such as soups, sandwiches & salads. Nature’s Corner also serves organic coffee’s and teas. It also has a small gift shop, so you can browse while waiting for your healthy breakfast or lunch. It’s Fair Trade products, and 100% drug free meat products is a positive thought. Keeping with the St. Patrick’s theme I was sporting. I ordered the Green Grilled Cheese at a cost of $8.95 and $3.00 Ham,Potato & Cheddar soup. Fresh multi-grain bread thickly sliced, & toasted with cheddar cheese, spinach & avocado is what came to the table. It was warm, fresh, gooey, & scrumptious (even my pickle on the side). Exactly what a green grilled cheese should taste like. My potato, ham & cheddar soup was full of chunky hearty potatoes, vegetables & juicy local smoked ham. You may look at the prices and say to yourself “that’s kind of expensive for a soup & sandwich” but you have to look at the ingredients you are being served as well. Local & Hearty comes to mind. Nature’s Corner takes such pride in their presentation, taste, & quality that it show’s in every product they are serving. The concept of this earthy place is well being, and I think that’s wonderful. In such a small town, it’s a very warm welcome. Is it better in the county as one sign said in this wholesome cafe. Yesterday it was.
Ready to turn a corner, Nature itself is the best way to start!
Nature’s Corner Bakery & Cafe
302 Canboro Rd. Unit 1A
P.O Box 144
Ridgeville, Ontario L0S 1M0