3.5 based on 116 reviews
At Pizza Delight, our pizzas are legendary because they are prepared with dough that we make fresh every day in our restaurants, our secret recipe pizza sauce, and the freshest toppings. Our Italian inspired menu has a variety of mouthwatering food that is sure to appeal to everyone’s taste. Entrées also include our famous Super Donairs, Garlic Cheese Fingers, Signature skillet dishes featuring fresh vegetables, chicken and seafood, panini sandwiches, pastas made with a selection of meats, fresh vegetables and signature sauces, delicious salads and our signature desserts.
My wife and I stopped here on the way to Quebec. It is conveniently located a short distance from the TCH and, like all Pizza Delights, has a varied menu that is sure to please everyone. This one had very friendly staff, service was quick. One thing I did notice here that was different from several I've been in and that was the bread bar was spotless. Things were tidy and there wasn't crumbs and butter all over the place. I recommend this to any traveler looking for a quick, delicious lunch or dinner
3.5 based on 20 reviews
Coffee, tea and a breakfast Sandwich -- should have been fairly simple. The coffee was fine, the tea too.
But the breakfast Sandwich? We were told they were out of "process", which is, it appears, processed spreadable cheese (ie Cheez Whiz). Since when does Tim's use Cheez Whiz? Nowhere else that I've been. Thankful they were out of it and subbed in the regular slice of processed Cheddar. The next mystery? An untoasted English muffin to hold this cheese. English muffins are supposed to be toasted. They are not meant to be eaten untoasted. It was a real disappointment to drive along the highway eating this Sandwich. Too late to go back and get it remade at that point.
A bit surprised that a restaurant would muck with the recipes to this extent. The goal in going to a chain is that you have a consistent experience. Not so in Edmundston, I suppose?!
3.5 based on 172 reviews
We drove from Toronto to Edmunston and wanted to eat dinner before we checked in to our hotel for the night. There were about 15 people waiting in the front entrance and many empty tables in the restaurant. When I asked how long the wait...MoreHi, Tracey, we are sorry about that. We take feedback very seriously. Please share the details at https://bostonpizza.com/contact-us.html. Thank you!
5 based on 130 reviews
Socially responsible grassroots coffee shop with southern France influence, serving fresh, mostly organic homemade foods & desserts. In-house Barista and tea maniacs at your service. -Relaxing vibe, friendly service, games, wifi.
We stopped by the cafe for a latte and were blown away by the quality of the coffee and the croissants. We had both the chocolate and almond croissants and they were out of this world. The cafe staff was friendly and helpful. It was a great experience.
4 based on 62 reviews
Greetings! Since early June, my father and I have had possession of this restaurant. For two months before that time, we'd put our new establishment into renovation. The building was in dire need of maintenance, as well as new equipment and new employees. We've worked very hard to ensure that our new place business offers great quality service and food to our clients. We hope that those who were previously disenfranchised with the old Deck (and those that were already fond of this place) come and try out the new Deck and find out if we can now (and still) offer you a great experience!
Just a short walk from the Motel we stumbled from, the Sports-Bar atmosphere worked for us. Well, kinda worked. The food was more than decent, the service was professional and the prices were inline with most places of this type. The only caveat is the noise. Jeasus, we couldn't hear anything unless it was electronic. So, if you're great at charades or adept at American Sign Language, no problem. Otherwise, just smile, agree with everyone around you. . . . and eat the food.
4 based on 90 reviews
I've lived in New England, vacationed in Atlantic Canada, and whenever I go to a seafood restaurant in the region (which is often) I order their chowder and lobster. There are a lot of variations in recipes, so "best" is hard to define, but the chowder at the Pirate was right up there with the very very best.
There are two locations - one in town, one by the Trans Canada Highway. We were at the one in town, but I'm told both are equally wonderful.
The cook had sense enough to leave the lobster quite plain, so its own flavor could come through, and the fries were also first rate. So there was absolutely no room for dessert.
The place is completely unassuming - you order and pay at a counter, and take your trays to a table. But the place is clean if not fancy. Lots of parking around the back. We were there for dinner - there was no time at which there weren't a few people at the counter, eating in or taking out.
Lucky Edmundston. We'll stop by again the next time we are there, for sure!
4.5 based on 290 reviews
Le Patrimoine has authentic wood-fired pizzas and tasty salads. The restaurant is licensed and has a good selection of wine.
WOW talk about pizza, the best we have eaten in years. And the service absolutely great. You have to go out of your way in Saint-Jacques N.B and inquire after it is heaven. Fresh food, variety of pizzas, thin crust choice of trimmings. GREAT
5 based on 46 reviews
Situated in the Welcome Pavilion, this new cafe, developed in partnership with Paula Lentz, offers fresh, light, colourful and contemporary cuisine to accent the Garden experience. With a Seating capacity of 35 interior and 20 exterior we welcome our visitors to enjoy our beautiful and relaxing garden setting through the aroma of a special garden blend of freshly-brewed coffee or a bright herbal tea. The Café Flora will be open to the public everyday during the Garden hours from May to October. Brunch are served on the weekends.
We were happy to arrive before the restaurant closed for the season. We were told they might be out of things but weren't affected with our choices. The restaurant was filled with light and the windows looked out over the Botanic Garden. A nice view!
Our server was funny, knowledgable and helpful. All three of us chose the same thing. We got the Bacon, Apple, and Brie Panini. It arrived quickly and was delicious. It came with arugula and a delicious pepper-cranberry jelly. Every component of the Sandwich fit together and it was a great combination of flavors.
Everything was fresh, including the bread that was baked in-house. This is definitely worth a stop!
3.5 based on 37 reviews
We stopped in on our way to Montreal, and found the food at this particular outlet of Presse Cafe disappointing. The sandwiches were bland and lacklustre with meagre filling , the coffees were terrible –– I ordered a cappucino that beared no resemblance to anything in the range of what I would consider a cappucino – the salads were abysmal –– the pasta salad seemed to be little more than cooked noodles tossed with perhaps a negligible amount of oil if that, even the pastries were bad. I enjoyed Presse Cafe from time to time in Montreal when I lived there, so I assume that something has simply gone off the rails in Edmunston.
5 based on 320 reviews
Chantal Invited you to come and try the best home made meal. Whe have steak, sea food chiken rib and special meal for a little one and the best home made dessert. The only restaurant in N-B bring your own wine Thank you for choosing me and i have a very nice decorated and warm restaurant.Thank you again!!
This is a rare gem of place not well know to travelling public. If your staying over in Edmundston while traveling either pleasure or business it is a must stop. The chef is outstanding in the preparation and service of eating delights. I recommend the T Bone steak as it is without compare. The seafood crepes again excellent. Both my wife and I cannot say what a dining pleasure we had. Natalie our server was so attentive to our wants and needs. Just a beautiful person.
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