Very clean restaurant but a bit pricy for what you get. Friendly staff and very efficient. Busy spot for sure.
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I was on my last day on Cape Breton and never had any lobster yet. Ordered a lobster sandwich $20. It was tasty enough but my goodness $20 for a sandwich? I found everything in this tourist trap of Baddeck to be overpriced and underwhelming....More
We started our Cape Breton trip with the intent of trying chowders at all locations. The Fish Chowder was alright and I'd order it again. My Coquille St Jacques was amazing, and my husband' fried shrimp were fine. We will definitely return when visiting Baddeck.
Friendley down to earth always busy and people keep coming back.I know people that drive over a hour to come here.The chowder is the only item on the menu that I have tried that's a little to much fish .I am more a seafood lover...More
Went for a romantic dinner. Had a table by the window - gorgeous waterfront view. Food was delicious. We both had the chicken alfredo and a caeser salad. Cheesecake for dessert. Lovely meal in a beautiful spot.
Decided to spend both of our nights in Baddeck dining at this restaurant and it did not disappoint. Good fish and great red wine from Nova Scotia - get over having to say a bottle of Great Big Frigging Red - and enjoy it!
We were pleasantly surprised everything was fresh ,the chowder was made fresh as the seafood as still soft and not over cooked. The lobster sandwich was made a a light fluffy oatmeal bread it was great as well ,nice view and great service.
The Bell-Buoy has a lovely bright dining room that faces the harbour in Baddeck. It has a very large outside deck facing the main street also for dining. The food is delicious, beautifully prepared and presented. Each of the five of us agreed it was...More
Nothing to rave about - had to ask waiter for water and rolls - asked for toasted lobster sandwich the toast was cold and hard and really not much lobster - for price you pay for pasta dishes slice of garlic bread should be included...More