The closest restaurant is located a short five minute drive away in the village of Bedeque (Rt #171). Café Maplethorpe features award-winning dining using fresh, local and organic ingredients. In Kinkora, the O`Shea Pub & Eatery offers delicious pub food and a welcoming environment. The Landmark Café in Victoria-by-the-Sea is a licensed, casual dining establishment known for its eclectic menu.

There are many advantages to a small island, especially this one. The land here is rich, producing a bounty of fruits, vegetables, meat and dairy products. Fish, as well as lobster, oysters, and other shellfish abound in the ocean. Ask almost anyone in the world where the best mussels come from, and they’ll tell you: Prince Edward Island. And because the distance between any two points on the Island is small, food doesn’t have to travel far from source to plate. Food experiences and events such as the Culinary Boot Camps bring you into state-of-the-art kitchens where you’ll prepare and enjoy your own creations. The Culinary Trail is an Island-wide series of itineraries complete with guidebook and map. The International Shellfish Festival takes place in the fall and the annual Fall Flavours Festival boasts over one hundred evetns. Go the PEI Tourism link on this site for more information.


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