#GoodFoodPromise at Fionn MacCool

We recently visited Fionn MacCool over on Front Street to sample some of their items from their new #GoodFoodPromise menu. This menu introduces Fionn MacCool‘s new approach by serving quality ingredients sourced from responsible Canadian family farms; Beef, Chicken and Bacon raised to the highest food safety and animal care standards, and fish caught sustainably that Fionn MacCool‘s knows and trusts.

The #GoodFoodPromise also means giving back to local charities. It’s all part of their community food print.

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{Left} White Sangria ($8.50) – Smirnoff Green Apple Vodka, Sauvignon Blanc, Fresh Lime Juice, Pear Juice, Ginger soda, Fresh Seasonal Fruit
{Right} Red Sangria ($8.50) Alize Red Passion liqueur, Cabernet-Merlot, passion fruit juice, pomegranate-ginger-passion fruit soda, fresh seasonal fruit

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Chicken Tacos ($14.95)

  • 3 tacos with fresh pulled chicken, cilantro-lime coleslaw and mango salsa packed into flour tortillas. Drizzled with fresh lime cream sauce and finished with a little Sriracha for some heat.

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The Chicken Tacos came with a choice of side: fries or salad

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Buffalo Chicken Nachos (Half Order $13.95 / Full Order $19.95)

  • Corn tortillas piled high with shredded cheddar cheese, fresh pulled chicken tossed in medium wing sauce, celery, hot peppers and green onions. Comes with salsa and sour cream with chives dip on the side.
  • We opted for a half order

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Shrimp Fettuccine ($16.50)

  • Sautéed shrimp with roasted garlic and baby spinach tossed in a fire-roasted red pepper sauce with fettuccine noodles

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No.1 Fish & Chips (1 piece $13,95 / 2 piece $17.95)

  • The only two food groups that matter. Keep it classic with a cod fillet fried to order in our made-in-Pub Barking Squirrel amber lager beer batter. It’s served with rainbow slaw, our Dungloe Sauce and fresh-cut fries.

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