September 22,2004 Bangor Daily News BY TRACY COLLINS Bar Harbor cafe owner's passion for melding many cuisines lands her Lobster Strudel on Food Network "Bobby Lynn Hutchins like it hot. She also likes it spicy bold, Cajun, Greek and Creole. She can't seem to settle on one favorite style of cooking, but it really doesn't matter - most everything that touches her pan turns to gourmet....."
Boston Globe Traveler's Taste BY JANE ROY BROWN Globe Correspondent If there is a cooking gene, Bobbie Lynn Hutchines has it. "Decades ago, her grandmother cooked for E. B. White when the New York writer spent summers in the Maine villiage of Blue Hill. A great aunt also cooked professionally in the 1940's......"
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One of the area's premier fine dining establishments, Café Bluefish has been serving "creative unique cuisine" in downtown Bar Harbor since 1990. Seafood specialties include the famous lobster strudel, recently featured on the FOOD NETWORK'S Roker on the Road. Chef/owner Bobbie Lynn Hutchins, a fourth generation native of Mount Desert Island, welcomes you to Downeast Maine at
“A kalaidescope of flavors from world cuisines with a cozy vibe-5 stars!!” 5 of 5 stars
My friend and I ate at Cafe Bluefish on our recent visit to Mount Desert Island. We had to wait a bit for our waitress to get to us but there were lots of interesting things to look at as most of the tables had cook books and trivial pursuit cards on them. The pecan crust on the salmon with brown butter sauce was intensely flavorful and uniquely delightful. The duck was also delicious and the chutney was great with the blueberries; it was piquant with ginger and garlic but also sweet and perfect on the duck. All in all it was a great meal. We were delighted with our experience and will certainly return if we visit the area.
Santa Fe, NM
Sep 9, 2009
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