This restaurant is one of the best in New Brunswick for a fine dining experience. Highly recommended.
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During our three visits here we had the best food we have had in Canada. Chris is a superb chef On night one we both had the naked lobster ( no shell) - all of the flavour, superbly tender and none of the hassle! Second...More
Celebrated a birthday here. The food is delicious and beautiful presented. The variety on the menu using local ingredients is varied and very hard to choose from!
Entire dining experience was wonderful - service excellent, presentation and taste of food excellent, relaxing atmosphere.
The title says it all; from the service, housekeeping and food. Did I say the food? I'd eat anything prepared by The Rossmount Inn chef. I've been there a number of times, had eaten many different apps, entrees and desserts but still can't pick my...More
We had a great many recommendations to head to the Rossmount Inn for dinner and it did not disappoint. With a massive nod to all things local we had a seafood feast not to be missed. We choose to eat seafood over game as we...More
The Rossmount Inn has an excellent reputation for food and service and it delivers on both. We had a terrific meal there and it has made us think forward to our next visit. They use local producers and it is clearly reflected in the freshness...More
We stayed two nights at the Rossmount, and ate both night in the restaurant, the best I can say is the menue and the food is absolutely outstanding and excellent service. We do not hesitate to recommend the Rossmount for both food and accommodations.
We met a relative in Canada at the Rossmount Inn during our stay in Calais, Maine. The inn is lovely. It has a Pool with private, shaded sitting areas. The front porch also has a lovely view and sitting areas. We began our dinner in...More
For several years, we have made an annual trek with friends to this gorgeous inn, in St Andrews. The staff are always welcoming and the rooms are inviting with high ceilings, upscale furnishings and a finicky television system (not that you go to watch tv...More