All scores are out of 5 (with 5 being the best)
Price – 3.75
A large order is $3.50...that's a fair price considering the quantity. The menu said $3.00. I'm not a fan of rink menu's not including taxes.
Quality - 4.25
I can't quite give these a 4.5 like I did with Kensington's straight cuts, but they are very close. If only they were crinkle cuts.
Quantity - 4.5
Like I mentioned, there is a nice quantity of Fries for your large order....not sure what the small has to offer, but who cares. Large all the way!
Chamber - 4.5
Fries were served in a medium sized, deep styrofoam dish that folded over to keep the heat of the Fries in, similar to Kensington, Summerside, and Georgetown. I love these chambers!!!!
Condiments - 4.5
1 large ketchup pump of Heinz was available, plus 2 squirt bottles, this is a first for me, to have both options available. There was vinegar, napkins, small paper cups (for vinegar or ketchup), salt and pepper. Everything was arranged on a separate table to the side of the counter. Great job!
Service - 4.0
There were three people working the canteen this weekend, I think it's probably because of the provincials that was being hosted, and that the canteen was probably quite busy. Nice to see so many people helping out.
Facility - 5.0
I gotta give this facility a perfect 5.0. It's very large, heated, with 5 tables, lots of windows to look out on to the ice surface, a flat screen TV, and trophy cabinet. Just a great area to gather with folks before and after the game. Oh, and they also had an enter and exit area for the counter, which helps with crowd control. Really nice job!
PS. Don't get me started on the seafood options the menu has...but this is a Fry blog.
TOTAL SCORE 87%
Well folks...we have a tie for first place with Kensington! Two completely different rinks...one that has been around for decades and one that is brand new. Both are leaders for very similar reasons though...great chambers and facilities. Prince County is kicking butt. Congratulations Evangeline!