The food is amazing in Canadian's ocean provinces. Sea food, lobster is everywhere, lobster sandwick is even served in every McDonald's store.
The most memorable is the lobster that weighted 3.2 pond, yet tastes great at Petit Passage cafe & Whale watch on our way to Brier Island.
P1 Charlottetown, the capital of Prince Edward Island
P2 The street in Charlottetown full of restaurants
P3 The restaurant we ate at Charlottetown
P4 The lobster sandwick also served McDonald's
P5 Rusty Anchor, a popular restaurant in the heart of Cape Brenton Highlands National Park; an ideal place for food after hours in Skyline trail.
P6 A close look at Rusty Anchor
P7 The cocktail and the seafood
P8 Halifax barbour restaurants
P9 The night scene while enjoying the meal
P10 The outdoor seats
P12 Lobster, of course
P13 The food at Peggys Cove restaurant is also good
P14 A family cafe on the side of the ferry
P15 The lobsters I ordered, very large, one weighted 3.2 pond.
P16 The downtown Saint John, enjoy food with living music in street