We go out of our way to eat here. One Sunday we drove 100 miles just to go to Freds for clams. It was a nice day for a drive.
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Every time we travel through here Fred's a is a must stop. We always get the bar clams and regular clams. Prices have certainly gone up but taste is always the same, great as ever. We had take out so I can't comment on the...More
We were there for a Club sandwich and they used flakes of chicken in mayo! One big slice of tomato on one side and extra mayo with flakes of chicken on the other. Totally gross! The fries were not cooked enough and the server never...More
Food was good. I ordered the fish a& chips. It was one massive piece of fish, more than I could eat. We ordered the onion rings which are totally different than anywhere else I've eaten them. They were highly recommended here from our friends that...More
Near Shediac, NB.. Fred's is in Cap-Pele about 10+km away and is directly across from NB tourism office... it was well recommended. Easy in, easy out, friendly staff and large portions of food. The fresh Lobster roll was definitely great. The only thing is I...More
Each time we go to the cottage, we stop here (over 20 years) for seafood. We indulge in lobster roll, deep fried clams and scallops and shrimp. It's a great diner with quick service and good staff. You'll become a regular customer in no time.
The seafood was wonderful and our server was great. The fish cakes are huge and delicious. Fish and chips and fried shrimp were also fantastic. Lobster roll had huge beautiful chunks of lobster but could have used a lemon wedge to add some flavor. No...More
We went here last week the end of July and I liked the fish and thought it was very good. I remember eating at the other seafood in town maybe 6 months earlier and I thought both places were pretty good for fish.
When I was a kid in the 80s, my family would vacation on PEI for a few days every summer. Either going to the ferry, or on our way home, we'd stop at Fred's. The last time I was there was 20-25 years ago, and...More