Absolutely love this place. Return everyone we go down. The food was very very good and the service was fantastic. A real local pleasure.
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While out for a drive we decided to stop at this little place that we heard so much about and had driven by too many times. It was worth it. We started with an appetizer of Deep Fried Vegetables of cauliflower, broccoli and mushrooms. They...More
We had been planning lunch here since last year. We were very pleased with the experience. The menu is very reasonably priced. They batter their own fish, which, to our surprise over the years, is not common even in fishing villages. Service was good, and...More
After an afternoon on the water. Nothing adds a finishing touch like a visit to Shipwreck Point cafe. The staff and food are second to none. I highly recommend the deep fried veggies. I had a abundantly tasty lobster sandwich and my cousin had the...More
DH wanted chowder, I wanted clams and we found both at Shipwreck Point Cafe. Yes, go over the scary little humpbacked bridge because it will be worth it. Make sure you go out back to take pictures too. The chowder was hot and filled with...More
We brought my cousins from California, Trenton, St. Catherine's & Kingston, Ontario on August 13,2017. (3 car loads of people.) The majority of us got fish and chips. The fish was undercooked, the batter on the fish was white. Funny tasted from the fish. I...More
I always visit this restaurant every summer with the family, the food is always good, family members favourites include the fried vegetables, this year I had the burger and it was wonderful, the hostess is very welcoming, though the waitress initially came across as a...More
The salmon was cooked from frozen and not tender. Burger was average. Fish burger was okay. All plates were served with roasted potatoes that had a strange texture and boiled bland vegetables. Service was curt and not more friendly. A shipwreck indeed.