Had a few breakfasts and dinner - the food was very good - the dining room is quaint. The service is good. Great way to meet your fellow travellers.
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Though they have a very friendly staff (which counts for a lot), in a town/vicinity of fairly inspired culimary destimations, this one does not really hit that high-mark. Not inexpensive either.
The meals were okay but not great. My wife ordered the crab and there was only low quality paper napkins and we all know how messy crab can be. The service was slow,a result of being short staffed. We arrived expecting something "Newfoundland exceptional"but were...More
I'm a pretty straightforward and simple prairie girl from rural Saskatchewan, but if this is fine dining, then I'm the pope. Very disappointing meal overall. When we were seated, our tablecloth was dirty, with liquid spilled on it, even though the place settings has been...More
Delicious food, reasonable, friendly service, comfortable with typically Newfoundland welcome. Nice place to eat in Trinity.
As we were staying at the Eriksen, we dined here on the first night. A reasonable selection of food and I had Salmon with noodles and my husband had Fish & Chips. Bookings are recommended and it was certainly doing brisk business. There are however...More
Utterly disappointing . Although we had a reservation we felt that they were surprised to see us and we did not feel terribly welcome. Food was over cooked (sadly including the lobster and crab) and pedestrian. Ordered a turkey dinner and the stuffing was basically...More
Totally average experience. Not many options, so it's a fine one for a night in Trinity. Stick to the classics (I got crab legs) instead of anything special or too far flung.