The Lost Kitchen experience

Living in this beautiful rural environment, in the far north-eastern reaches of this vast country has many advantages. One of the many things to be thankful for is the ability to drive 25 minutes along a picturesque rural road to the village of Freedom and cross a footbridge to an old, renovated mill – entering the magical space that is home to The Lost Kitchen.

A little over three years ago, on July 4th, we went to the opening of Erin French’s restaurant in the old Freedom Mill. We have been since, but not since reservations became much sought after. However, last evening we were lucky enough to have been passed down a reservation from friends unable to go.

A fabulous evening with good friends and a total of seven courses (even though only four appear on the menu!) This is probably my favorite restaurant EVER!

Wine selected from the wine cellar on site.

Four happy faces!

First (non-menu) course – delicious cheeses, bread, pickled beets, radishes, almonds, olives.

Ooops! where are they! Second (non-menu) course – Pemaquid oysters with apple, onion, dill vinaigrette.

Third (non-menu course) – juicy pork burgers with blue cheese – oh! my!

Refreshing sorbet in Erin’s signature dishes!

Now to the menu!

 

 

 

 

 

 

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