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Lunch menu from the Dominion train from 1952 Canadian Pacific Railway Company. Dining Car Service 1952

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Peggy Cove MEAL  HOURS:  Breakfast  7:00 - 10:30
THE   DOMINION
TABLE D'HOTE LUNCHEONS
Soup 6  ana  ^Jvuil Aulced
Chilled Apple or Tomato Juice
Puree Mongol Consomme  (Hot or Cold)
Selections
Individual Baked Beefsteak and Mushroom Pie    2.15
Assorted Cold Cuts, Dill Pickles  2.15
Fresh Tomato Omelet  1.90
Grilled or Pan Fried Fresh Fish, Lemon  1.90
Waldorf or Chicken Salad    1.50
(Vegetables not served with Salad Meals)
LUNCHEON   12:00 - 2:30
DINNER   5:00 - 8:30
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Boiled Potatoes
Boiled Onions, Cream Sauce
Au Gratin Potatoes
Buttered Carrot Fingers
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Raisin Pie
Bread and Butter Pudding
Ice Cream with Cake
Canadian Cheese with Crackers
White, Brown and Raisin Bread Rolls (Hot or Cold)
Tea        Coffee        Cocoa        Instant Postum        Milk        Buttermilk
It is with pleasure and pride that we call attention to the desire and willing-
nefs of all our employees to give their utmost in service and special attention
and they as well as ourselves would appreciate your criticisms as well as
your commendations.
Souvenir copy of this menu card in envelope, ready for mailing, may
be had on application to dining car steward.
2 L.E., 1  L.W., V-l-52     8-3
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Relishes
Soups,
Fish
Roasts,
Entrees,
Etc.
Chow Chow,  20
Tomato Juice, 25
Olives,   25
Apple Juice, 25
Puree Mongol
Consomme (Hot or Cold)
Cup  25, Tureen 40
Grilled or Fried B. C. Coast Fish, 1.00
Individual Baked Beefsteak and Mushroom Pie, 1.15
Individual Pot of Baked Beans (Hot or Cold), 75
Boiled or Fried Eggs,  (2) 75
Poached Eggs on Toast, (2) 75
Scrambled Eggs, 75 Shirred Eggs, 75
Plain Omelet, 75 Jelly, Cheese or Savory Omelet, 80
Spanish Omelet, 90 Fresh Tomato Omelet, 80
Ham and Eggs, 1.10 Bacon and Eggs, 1.10
Vegetables     Boiled Potatoes, 20 Hashed Browned Potatoes, 35
Au Gratin Potatoes, 3 5
Boiled Onions, Cream Sauce, 30      Buttered Carrot Fingers, 30
Cold
Dishes
Salads
in Individual
Bowl
Desserts
Breads
Beverages
Canadian Sardines, 45   Roast Beef, 1.40   Sliced Chicken, 1.40
Assorted Meats, 1.40
With  Potato  Salad,   20c  extra
•
Chicken, 95 Combination, 75
Fruit, 75 Waldorf, 75
Served with French or Mayonnaise Dressing
•
Raisin Pie, 25 Bread and Butter Pudding, 30
Ice Cream 25, with Cake 30
Cheese with Crackers, 3 5
•
Toast, 15 Rolls  (Hot or Cold), 15
White, Brown or Raisin Bread, 15
*
Coffee, Pot, 25, served with Hot Milk or Cream
Instant Postum, 25        Tea, Pot, 25        Cocoa, Pot, 25
Malted Milk, 2 5 Individual Milk, 15 Buttermilk, 15
• In addition to selections shown on the Children's Menu, half-portions from this menu will be served
at half price to children under twelve years of age, if ordered on special meal check.
"No Check issued for less than twenty-five cents per person"
J. L. Sugden, Manager, Sleeping, Dining and Parlor Cars, Montreal
STATION   LUNCH   ROOMS—-VANCOUVER,   CALGARY,   MOOSE   JAW  AND   WINNIPEG GOOD   MEALS,   LIGHT  REFRESHMENTS  AT  POPULAR  PRICES Peggy Cove
Not far from Halifax and one of the most picturesque
spots on the picturesque coast-line of Nova Scotia is
Peggy Cove, a tiny fishing inlet beloved of artists.
Peggy Cove typifies sea-girt Nova Scotia in its
work-a-day life as a bountiful producer of deep-sea fish.
Lobster pots stacked on timbered wharves, fishing nets
drying in the sun or under repair by the nimble fingers
of tanned fishermen, gaily coloured marker buoys,
sturdy power boats—blend into scenes worthy of the
many canvasses upon which they are depicted.
Back drops for this coast-born beauty are wave-smoothed
rocks and the silver grey of shingled buildings weathered
to an incredible mellowness by ozone-filled breezes and
brilliant summer suns.
Three Canadian Pacific hotels in Nova Scotia—
Cornwallis Inn, Kentville, The Digby Pines at Digby,
Lakeside Inn at Yarmouth, give access by good motor
roads to Nova Scotia's scenic treasures.
THE SLEEPING CAR CONDUCTOR WILL WIRE AHEAD, WITHOUT CHARGE
TO ANY CANADIAN PACIFIC HOTEL FOR YOUR RESERVATIONS.
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