Prince Edward Island Restaurants


Prince Edward Island Restaurant Reviews

As in many other parts of Atlantic Canada, local ingredients are key, so when you see lobster, mussels, and shrimp on the menu, they're likely from the neighborhood; ditto for the organic produce and PEI's world-famous potatoes. The island's dining scene has grown in recent years, as new and exciting restaurants have opened up, primarily in Charlottetown. You can eat Italian, French, Lebanese, or Canadian with a contemporary twist. There are traditional English pubs and Asian teahouses. Yet it's still a casual, relaxed experience for diners, even in the finest places. All restaurants, cafés, and pubs are nonsmoking inside. Water views are not hard to come by.

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