Profile of Karl Wells

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  • Spicing up the scene

    The new Desi Meal Restaurant on Elizabeth Avenue serves Indian and Pakistani food. Hence, desi food, desi meal. It’s a mom-and-pop kind of spot, ...

  • Owning the culinary podium

    One creation, that of this year’s Gold Medal Plates St. John’s Gold Medal Champion, chef Roger Andrews (owner of Relish), clearly signalled a ...

  • Barbecue joint disappoints

    It is true that not all chains are alike. Some are more popular than others, and, consequently, have more money to spend on creating and ...

  • Food flick dishes up authenticity

    In the winter of 2003, Loiseau convinces himself (wrongly) that he is about to lose one of his stars. Being unable to cope with such a thought, ...

  • Woodstock has carved out a niche

    The former inn, although it steadfastly retains its time-honoured design, décor and philosophy (as if following some classic playbook or best ...

  • Diner has promise

    The depth of the impression made by an individual item depends on one’s palate. For my part, reading the Tuesday and Sunday dishes engendered a ...

  • Better than ever

    Hungry visitors now have the option of satisfying their appetite at the recently renovated and reimagined Beachy Cove Café, standing as ever in ...

  • Clancy’s worth a stopover

    In fact, as far as St. John’s International Airport is concerned, your options are extremely limited. There’s a smallish bar with food service in ...

  • Chasing a culinary crown

    Next month, Gold Medal Plates St. John’s marks its seventh anniversary. Local chairman Scott Giannou and his co-organizers are hoping it will be ...

  • Baccalieu Trail shines in Carbonear

    And on Water Street, the main artery that runs through the town, you’ll find one of Carbonear’s landmark houses. It’s Baccalieu Trail B&B and ...