our server was very good. I had the best burger and everyone else had the Newfoundland specialty. They really enjoyed it
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My daughter and I decided to take a last minute trip to the beautiful province of Newfoundland. We were up in the Elliston area and looking for a dinner spot. We wandered upon this unique spot....an old hall beautifully renovated into a dining room and...More
I had french fries cooked to perfection - excellent crisp. I had the chowder with real chunks of fish. I could tell the difference between the fish in my chowder. The seasoning was fantastic too. I ordered the lemon meringue to go.
Because of a personal referral to eat here, we marked Nanny's as the place we would stop for a light lunch before visiting Home By The Sea. Home by the Sea (see separate review) was outstanding. The lunch..... not so much. We had 3 bowls...More
Don't let the interior decor fool you, yes, it is sparse and they have kept much of the feel of an old church, but the food was not disappointing. We had the crab leg dinner and it was excellent!
My husband said "The fish cakes were awful. It was mostly potatoes. No fish. "Three small " fish cakes" with three half slices of raisin bread does not merit a fish cake dinner of $14. I had the dinner size seafood chowder for $9. It...More
Hungry,after finishing a early evening visit to the puffins habitat, we were lucky to pass by Nancy's Root Cellar Kitchen. She greeted us warmly, and provided a tasty fish and chip dinner (me) and delicious pan-fried cod dinner for us. Its a beautifully re-purposed old...More
Located in the old Orange Hall in Elliston, you are greeted with signs giving some of the history of the place. Inside, the place is clean and tidy. It is a local eatery, with local style food. You can even get a "jigg" dinner. Food...More
My fiance and I stopped by here for lunch one day.We had the special, fish cakes and raisin bread. The food was very good, we both enjoyed it. The service was fast and friendly. The building is an interesting place to turn into a restaurant,...More