Good chowder and sandwiches. Great view by light house at entrance to harbor. Very good vis a vis anything else available but only good on an absolute basis.
Nice small restaurant at the ocean with a view to spot whales and ice bergs. Food was good and they had a selection of alchol beverages. Busy place outside as they had Viking dinner separate from restaurant and a gift shop with many choices across the road. Staff was friendly and resturant clean.
Amazing location overlooking the entrance to St.Anthony Harbour and the open sea. Staff here are very friendly, making the experience comfortable and down to earth. Had the fish and chips; a large portion but with a tiny side of coleslaw. Considering everything, the meal was entirely too expensive though.
After driving for 4 days from Ontario to get to St. Anthony's, we were ready to stop for a few days and enjoy the beginning of our 3 week road trip in this wonderful province. After stopping for a visit at the gift shop and lighthouse, we decided to come back for dinner. We were both rubbing our hands together... More
On a point jutting into the North Atlantic, surrounded by cliffs, the view and ambience of this restaurant is unique and special. As one eats, there is the possibility of seeing a fox or a whale or an iceberg. I work in St. Anthony on an occasional basis for one week sessions. I eat as many meals here as I... More
If you are in St Anthony you should drive out to the lighthouse and stop for lunch or even a snack. We saw whales offshore from the lighthouse adjacent to the restaurant and found numerous picture opportunities. The restaurant is not great but it is better than average and the food is good and well priced.
We came to St. Anthony to see the Grenfell museum. We decided to look around the town first. It was the first "real" community that we had seen in days. We drove down the main street and found a cute little lighthouse at the end. Next to it was the Lightkeeper's Seafood Restaurant. We went in, looked at the menu,... More
if you're looking to dine on traditional fare within view of a lighthouse and iceberg alley (icebergs travel along the channel between newfoundland and labrador from spring through mid-summer), then this is the ideal place for lunch or dinner. due to the changeable weather that day in northern newfoundland, we wound up taking shelter in the restaurant while a pretty... More
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