Great little place for lunch or dinner. Great food and service. Lobster rolls, or homemade chowder. The food was very comforting.
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While driving through Amherst, we saw Duncan's and decided to have lunch. The pub is cozy and comfortable. I ordered a Haddock "Burger" which was delicious and my husband had a bowl of Seafood Chowder that he thoroughly enjoyed. Accompanied by a craft beer, we...More
If thus is the number one restaurant in Amherst I can't imagine how horrible the other ones are. Had fish chowder which was billed as having shrimp, scallops etc and had nothing but potatoes in a cream sauce. When I complained I was told there...More
We stopped in Amherst as part of a Nova Scotia loop. Dinner at Duncan's was very good. We sat at the bar, and had Jambalaya and a spinach salad with scallops. Both nicely done, with good seasonings and ingredients. We shared a huge piece of...More
We ate dinner here twice while we were in Amherst. The location and atmosphere are superb. The service was very good and attentive. The food was exceptional.
An easy pub to find on the main street of Amherst, we assuredly enjoyed the fresh fish dinners, drinks, and service--topped off by a live singer of 60s music. The setting is congenial, casual, and comfy. Didn't see any children at dinner hour; but I...More
I know this is rated well in Amherst but I'm guessing it's because there are only a few restaurants to choose from! We had a reservation (thankfully) and the place was full but I just don't get it. We started with the crab stuffed mushrooms...More
Looking for a good meal? Try some of the tasty dishes served in this snug pub housed in a heritage building (1889) in the heart of Amherst's Victorian streetscape
This is a funny story...we were staying at the Apothic Inn and the host had warned us to make reservations, so we did. When we get close to the restaurant it didn't look busy at all...parking was empty, no one parked on the streets! Very...More