Province of New Brunswick Restaurants

  • A good food stop in Alma, New Brunswick, Canada
    A good food stop in Alma, New Brunswick,...
    by barrylee
  • Its clean and inexpensive
    Its clean and inexpensive
    by barrylee
  • The service is quick and  friendly
    The service is quick and friendly
    by barrylee

Province of New Brunswick Restaurants

  • Red Herring Pub

    Saint Andrews Restaurants

    Nice little pub near the waterfront in Saint Andrews. Outdoor patio and a smaller indoor room. A bit rustic but with a good menu with seafood and some local ales. Service was good, portions plenty, prices reasonable. Not a large pub and more basic than some but does the job and the food was decent.

  • Sapranos Pizza

    Alma Restaurants

    While visiting the highest tides in the world in Alma New Brunswick Canada on the Bay of Fundy, we were fortunate to come upon this little pizzeria. We ordered their Sapranowich, a pizza and a Donair. the filling choices were many . The food was delicious and at a very reasonable cost. They also allowed us to boondock in their parking lot for the...

  • Delicious Chinese food

    While in Fredericton, one of your best bets for a great meal is the Diplomat restaurant. This restaurant was built on the site of the former Diplomat Motel after this prime riverfront area was bought by the Sheraton chain of hotels. As a condition of building the new Sheraton on the property, the owners of the old Motel were allowed to build a new...

  • Casual dining oceanside

    Not very many restaurants on Grand Manan - this one, connected to a small lodging hotel, serves good, inexpensive food in a very casual setting. A patio for those nice days is attached for dining. A full separate bar and pool table/video games dominate the room, but booths provide dining privacy. Seafood combo's, italian specialties, burgers and...

  • Good Mexican Food

    This place was hopping when we were there mid week . The food is pretty authentic and it has a nice lively atmosphere..the owners are from Mexico. Its recommended in Fodors

  • A seaside picnic

    If you are just out for a day-trip, why not take a picnic lunch along and enjoy it at the side of a back country road or on a beach somewhere? That is what Russ and I always do on our annual biking trips. In this case, after 'working' our way out to Head Harbour Lighthouse over the hills of Campobello Island, it was great to finally be able to just...

  • Open-air dining

    The government operates many campgrounds located in all parts of the Province, and there are privately run ones as well. These are quite well run places with all the required amenities and usually are located in very scenic surroundings.However, because of the sparse population of this heavily-treed province, there are many opportunities to just...

  • Seafood does not get any fresher

    Although my wife and I really love staying and eating in B&Bs, the only one of the many located in NB we have stayed at was the Compass Rose on Grand Manan Island. When Sue's sister Pauline was with us for our 1995 trip, our single night on the island was spent there. We chose to relax after our whale watching excursion by dining in the restaurant...

  • An eastern Canadian chain

    It may be hard to believe, but back in the late 1960s and early 1970s when I had the chance to travel westward through Montreal, I was amazed to discover how delicious pizzas and submarine sandwiches were! Strange and exotic foods such as these had not yet made it into the conservative lands east of Quebec and Ontario! This trend began to be...

  • Seafood

    The 45th Parallel Restaurant/Motel seemed to be one of only a few places to eat on Deer Island and it looked like we picked a good one - listed in 'Where to Eat in Canada 2000'! It was mid-afternoon of our first day of our bicycle trip when Russ & I turned up wet and bedraggled from a little detour across 'Clam Creek' (see my 'Warnings' tips for...

  • A nice 'local' restaurant

    My first experience with the Habitant was on the July, 2005 bicycle trip to Kouchibouguac NP with my buddy Russ. Both mornings before we set off for our day's biking activities, we fueled ourselves up with breakfast at our motel in Richibucto. Located in a bright room with nicely set-out tables, we opted for their breakfast buffet meal on both...

  • An amazing breakfast experience

    Cora's provides a unique eating experience, possibly only comparable to the 'Squat & Gobble' in San Francisco, based on our travels! The way the breakfast meals are presented, and served with panache, makes this a fantastic way to start your day. The small chain of Cora's restaurants originated in Quebec as a result of Cora Mussely Tsouflidou, from...

  • Ahh - great East Indian food

    On a July, 2004 day, my wife and I spent a relaxing July day in the Port City of Saint John as we decided to check out the latest cruise ship arrivals as well as the Reversing Falls. We just happened to be there at lunch, so we sat down outside at the dockside Market Square complex full of shops, restaurants and even the New Brunswick Museum! The...

  • Pakistani/Indian Marvel !!

    In late summer, 2005 a genuine Pakistani restaurant opened it's doors in Fredericton!! Wow, I thought, this will be a great chance for me to really sample some great curries and I certainly have not been disappointed. As it turned out, the owner and chef of this establishment, Rzwan-Ul-Haq, has a very fine pedigree earned from running a namesake...

  • Fredericton's best riverside location

    The Delta Hotel (formerly the Sheraton) in Fredericton has a fantastic location on the south bank of the Saint John River. In addition to its first-class rooms and award-winning dining room, the hotel has an excellent outdoor swimming pool, bar and restaurant area. When British Royalty come to stay in Fredericton, they know enough to take over the...

  • Ever heard of "poutine rapee"?

    Located in the Pays de la Sagouine, this restaurant offers a large selection of traditional Acadian dishes, including the famous "poutine rapee" (which has nothing to do with Quebec poutine by the way). It's a buffet-style restaurant, and there's live traditional music (Monday to Saturday — 11:30 am to 2:00 pm). I really enjoyed the grated potato...

  • Try some traditional Acadian dishes!

    Located in the Village Historique Acadien, the dining room of Chateau Albert offers a menu based on traditional Acadian cuisine of the 1900-1910 period. It's a great place to go for lunch (served from 11:00 am to 4:30 pm) during your visit of the Village and a nice way to complete your Acadian experience! I think they change the menu from time to...

  • My favorite spot for fried chicken!

    As far as I know, you only find Dixie Lee restaurants in eastern Quebec and the Maritimes. I don't particularly like fast food BUT I love Dixie Lee's fried chicken so if you're spending some time in New Brunswick and are looking for an unexpensive meal, this is the place to go! It's a lot different and much better, in my opinion, than KFC. Just a...

  • Dining with a view

    The Tides restaurant had been recommended to us by everyone we had spoken to that had visited the area. A beautiful building, the dining room overlooks the Magnificent Bay of Fundy and as the name implies, you can watch the highest tides in the world come in and out as you eat. Another wonderful part of the scenery is the little hummingbirds that...

  • Cheap, Friendly, Delicious

    It isn't much to look at, but you will be glad you gave it a try. The pizza is most popular because of it's taste and price. The portions are huge, the service is friendly and the atmosphere is friendly.Enjoy! My personal favorite is the Souvlaki Combo Plate which is chicken skewers with a greek salad and potatoe.

  • Brewbakers Restaurant

    This place was very good and, to top it off, it used to be a night club I went to once or twice several years ago! We were there in August-September 2002. I had some lovely scallops on skewers with cantaloupe and melon - very unusual and very good!


Province of New Brunswick Hotels

Top Province of New Brunswick Hotels

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