Jeremie Jia said 4 years ago
If I can gave a 0 star, I would like to do that. We (with an infant) arrived around 14h, there were many seats near the window (Next to the river). But they didn't allow us to sit beside the window, even there was 3 others customers over there, and that's because of my infant. The server told me that after she checked with her supervisor! For the security ? I don't think so, because the seats are not on the terras. Discrimination or not? I felt criminal and gone. I don't understand the reviews here givens by the local guides that are clearly different with other ones done by the real customers. Just remind the local guides the honesty !
Kaleigh Clark said 4 years ago
Overpriced average. Very basic food for such a fantastic area especially just finishing up a fantastic experience around the Cabot Trail. Genuinely cute view for only a handful of tables and the interior is dark. Definitely missed opportunities to make food more authentic and add a nice cap to this holiday weekend. Basic heavy beer batter, pre- packaged tarter sauce, straight cut unseasoned fries, old menus, too quiet almost bored atmosphere. 40$ for two dinners and waters. 30y.o couple
Jeremy Heinze said 4 years ago
We were pleasantly surprised by this restaurant. We had not looked up the location, but had found it when driving to the Cabot Trail. The food was excellent and servers were very friendly. Reasonably priced and clean.
Dwight A. Ernest said 4 years ago
Good food at a reasonable price. Good options even for those who eschew seafood. Great selection of single malts. Very convenient to the Gaelic College.
Joel Sandberg said 4 years ago
Terrible coffee but the food seemed nice. The restaurant really seemed like an establishment that began with big dreams that eventually faded out.