It's a very neat place. Sit with the locals or sit on the quieter side. Regardless it's always nice to be at Dennis Point Cafe. Lobster poutine is one of the best I've had. Seafood chowder is good. I find chowders vary from creamy to...More
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Cute little place to eat...local spot..view od the warf and boats...GREAT food..lobster poutine..yummmm...i had a lobster roll and it was delicious..the staff were SUPER friendly..polite and made you feel right at home...great prices..i just LOVED this place..
truly nothing fancy--just a big room or 2 with lots of tables. but most were filled with locals, which is always a good sign. had the best fish sandwich ever here!
We had spent the morning at the Historic Acadian Village just nearby, and one of the reenactors recommended this place. We loved it! Nothing fancy, but delicious Acadian comfort food served by a delightfully friendly staff. We had lobster poutine that was To Die For,...More
This is a diner/restaurant with a local hometown atmosphere. Any seafood on the menu is extremely fresh as it was just carried in from the ships across the road at one of Nova Scotia's largest lobster wharves. The food was delicious, staff was friendly and...More
Across the road from the boats this unassuming cafe boasts fresh and we'll prepared food. We tried the hot creamed lobster roll loaded with fresh lobster in a creamy sauce atop a toasted bun which quickly becomes saturated with the sauce but oh my the...More
As it was early in the season we didn't have a huge choice of restaurants and this one seemed an excellent option. We wanted to try a whole loster but sadly they didnt have any, perhaps because it was a Monday. We opted instead for...More
I suspect that the Dennis Point Café started up just to feed all the hungry fishermen and fish plant workers at the point. After all, there's nothing else close by, but word of their quality, no-nonsense offerings quickly got out! Today the café probably serves...More