The Clansman restaurant is part of a small hotel in the town of North Sydney, which likely gets lots of business from people travelling to or from Newfoundland. The restaurant is old-fashioned in terms of decor and menu. I've eaten there twice recently, and last time with three family members.
The liver and onions is a consistent favorite at the restaurant, as are fish and chips. While I'm not a giant fan of either dish, dining companions said many good things about both dishes. On one occasion, my striploin steak was delivered medium-well, rather than medium-rare. A disappointment. On the other occasion, I ordered the turkey dinner, which was what you'd expect of a turkey dinner - some white meat, some dark, turnip, stuffing, potatos, and cranberry sauce. One note about the cranberry sauce -- please, don't give people canned cranberry sauce at a restaurant. Make it.
Service is friendly and timed well -- especially so, if you eat with regulars.
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