Profile of Karl Wells

All articles of Karl Wells

  • Virtual cruise, real food

    I have, however, been aboard a cruise ship to have my curiosity satisfied about what these giant ships that visit St. John’s (and other ...

  • More dining on the road

    One was a café on Corner Brook’s Broadway and the other was a long established venue on West Street.Tuck In74 BroadwayCorner BrookTuck In can be ...

  • Dining on the road

    My next few columns will highlight some gems and point out the good and not-so-good aspects of other dining spots.Red Hawk DinerBadgerAs you pass ...

  • Another season of delectable dishes

    These tasters included the guests and production crew of “One Chef One Critic” (Sundays at 7 p.m.), the Rogers TV Channel 9 show I host with ...

  • Mickey Quinn’s gets an A for food

    Mickey Quinn’sDelta Hotel120 New Gower St.Phone: (709) 570-1333I hadn’t dined at Mickey Quinn’s in years. Four of us had booked a table for ...

  • Lunch with Fred Hutton

    From the early 1990s until this summer, Fred Hutton was co-anchor of the province’s award-winning — and, for the past 14 years running, No. 1 — ...

  • A taste of Bulgaria

    Black Sea Restaurant and BarThe Franklin Hotel193 Water St.Phone 709-754-9028Black Sea Restaurant serves Bulgarian-inspired cuisine. Chefs and ...

  • Lunch at the lighthouse

    Lighthouse PicnicsFerryland LighthousePhone 709-363-7456It’s hard to believe that Lighthouse Picnics in Ferryland has been a going concern for a ...

  • Two restaurants, two causes

    Charities operating food service businesses to generate revenue is not new. I remember the days when the CNIB operated cafeterias, canteens or ...

  • Dining for the class conscious

    “I had a flower garden, and also a large kitchen garden, both of which I carefully cultivated, and my strawberries and celery were superior.”— ...