We strive to offer a senior living lifestyle unlike any other, and that extends to our kitchens. Our talented chefs provide residents with three meals daily, made from scratch, and our menus feature a wide variety of options (including regional favourites) that not only meet the nutritional needs of seniors but are also simply delicious.

Each meal is served by our friendly staff in a restaurant-style dining room. Residents are also free at any time to reserve a private dining room for special gatherings with friends and family.

Nutritious and delicious meals, prepared from scratch by our talented chefs and served in a comfortable dining room.

Private Dining Room
Invite your loved ones for a game night, dinner party, birthday party, club meeting, or to watch the big game! The private dining rooms are perfect for those who love to entertain! Show off your new senior living home while enjoying a delicious meal of your choosing with friends and family.

It’s always important to eat well, but do you know that dietary requirements change as you get older? Here are some of nutrition tips that can help you to make smart food choices and make meals enjoyable in our kitchen

Food for Thought Strategy

Add flavor, not salt:
As you age, you start to lose some sense of smell. This affects the way you taste food. When cooking for seniors, it’s important to bring out the flavor without simply using more salt. Adding fresh herbs or herb pastes, spices in moderation, and other concentrated flavors (like citrus juice or mustard) can liven up any meal.

Freshen up:
Purchase more fresh foods, not processed. These always have less “bad stuff,” like sodium, corn sugars, fats and preservatives.

Consider the texture:
Some seniors have trouble chewing tough foods. Try slowly braising meats instead of grilling or baking. Pounding chicken or pork with a mallet before cooking can tenderize meat, making it easier to chew.

Don’t forget your veggies:
People who eat more vegetables as part of an overall healthy diet are likely to reduce their risk of some chronic diseases. Vegetables provide vital nutrients for your body’s health and maintenance. Steam or boil vegetables in lightly salted water until they’re done the way you like.

Watch portion sizes:
Seniors need fewer calories and tend to eat smaller meals. Serving them large portions can actually decrease their appetite. An example of an ideal portion for seniors: 3-4 oz. of chicken, fish or meat; two spoonful’s’ of rice, pasta or mashed potatoes; and one cup of vegetables. Try this for a few weeks, and you could help lower blood pressure and cholesterol and improve the way you feel

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