I have never had a meal here that has disappointed. Clam strips are great, perogies are tasty and the burger platter is huge! It's nice to get up here now and then to enjoy the great views and some tasty food.
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Our son, who lives in C'town, but was currently in Tokyo, recommended we take a drive/walk to the Greenwich Dunes, PEI National Park. He also suggested that we stop at Lin's for lunch. I had scallop burger and my BH had a Dunes burger. $15...More
We got takeout mussels and scallops. They were prepared fresh. The mussels are from the bay that you can see across the field. It is several minutes drive from Saint Peters Bay towards the provincial park. It was great! We stayed at a nearby cottage....More
Stopped here on a Sunday morning on our way to the North-East shore. Two of us ordered the seafood delight dinner which was awful. Just horrible. The clams had clearly been refried and not made fresh they were dry and rubbery. The scallops were also...More
Tiny roadside stand, you might pass by. One of the best food experiences on PEI. Lin's home made sausages, burgers, pulled pork and hand cut fries are just excellent. Foods are locally sourced or made by Lin herself. Make sure to ask for the hand...More
Stopped in here on our way to Greenwich National Park. Although the flies and mosquitoes were atrocious, the food was wonderful...just be prepared to eat in your car. Friendly staff and huge variety! See you again!
Serves fish and chips, lobster rolls and hamburgers. You order at a window, pick up your food when the number is called and eat at tables either outside or in a screened shed. Not pretentious, but much better than usual fast food.
Definitely worth the drive! Awesome food but I would recommend pre-ordering your food if your taking it to go as it was pretty slow going to get our food. Other than that, very very good. The scallop burger is delicious and the fries are the...More
Grill shack on the road to Greenwich National Park. This is classic, New England style, grill-and-fry burger shack. Buns are cheap, white bread. There is a little screened-in shelter where you can eat, plus several picnic tables outside. To go containers are biodegradable, and service...More