Shediac is a Canadian town in Westmorland County, New Brunswick. The town is known as the "Lobster Capital of the World" and hosts an annual festival every July which promotes its ties to lobster fishing. At the western entrance to the town is a 90-tonne sculpture called (perhaps inaccurately) The World's Largest Lobster.
Things to do in Shediac
4 based on 74 reviews
Popped in here for a quick lunch on a rainy day. Family of 6 had everything from a lobster roll to poutine, to scallops and shrimp. Didn't try the clams. Poutine was great. Lobster roll, scallops and shrimp were good. Everything else(hot dogs, chicken strips) were what you would except for such fare. We would go back!
Also, washrooms were very clean.
4 based on 44 reviews
Haven't seen a Pizza Delight restaurant in over 30 years and didn't know they still existed but we had a local PD back in the 80's and it was always a family favourite. Arriving in Shediac late in the evening this was a great choice...MoreHi Alan, We are glad you found an old favourite in Shediac. Hope to see you again soon. thanks!
5 based on 65 reviews
Shediac Bay Cruises offers a 2.5 Hour LobsterTales Cruise on the calm waters of Shediac Bay where you will learn about the lobster fishing industry, learn how to crack open a lobster, then get served a complete lobster meal.We can substitute the lobster with BBQ chicken or vegetable lasagna.
A fantastic experience! Since you have already made the decision to holiday in Shediac, then this venture is a must if you want to experience Acadia at its finest. The crew is incredibly friendly and entertaining and Captain Ron provides some history and insight into...MoreWe are happy that you enjoyed our LobsterTales Cruise and thank you for the great comments. Cpt.Ron & Denise
4.5 based on 52 reviews
After over a week of travel and hitting some of the fine dining establishments in both Montreal and quebec we were ill prepared when we stumbled upon this outstanding heritage home restaurant. We both ordered the table d'haute which consisted of a cup of amazing lobster bisque which was served with two gigantic prawns hanging on the side of the bowl. This was followed by an outstanding green salad that was very lightly dressed and had nuts, cranberries and goat cheese. The main was out of this world. A perfectly cooked tenderloin with an equally perfectly prepared lobster tail and just the right amount of potato and vegetable. On this trip we have been sampling crème brûlée's at almost every establishment we have visited and non-have been better than the one we had last night. The service was amazing and our waitress Katya who is from Germany moved seamlessly between English to our table and French to our neighbouring table and spent time explaining offerings. The wine selection was lovely and well priced. Absolutely a 10 out of 10
4 based on 102 reviews
The seafood lasagna was very good. There were generous amounts of seafood (shrimp and scallops) in the lasagna with a tasty sauce. It's served with Caesar salad but you can substitute the side if you wish. There are numerous other dishes available including poutine! Lobster...MoreI'm glad you enjoyed your lasagna. We hope to see you again. :). Ben
4 based on 21 reviews
As another reviewer said, it's hard to screw up ice cream. I ordered a banana split, but they had no bananas. Had a peanut parfait instead. It was good. My daughter had a dipped cone. It was good. The young lady working the counter obviously did not want to be there. I think she was mad at me for asking for a banana split.
4 based on 176 reviews
Amazing food and Service. They serve the best fresh lobster in the west. The lobster is so fresh the meat taste so sweet and it was cooked perfectly. The Mussels was seasoned and cooked really well that I ate all the juices that it was cooked with. The cod fritters was also cooked really well. There was love music so the ambiance was amazing.
4 based on 166 reviews
I could not find a website for this great little place, but a link to another review site is provided. I am not sure if Shediac Bridge is actually a separate town from Shediac, but it is just 2 miles or so north of there.
I had a half and half plate of fried clams and scallops, my beloved had clams and shrimp. Both came with masses of fries and a very good coleslaw. Everything was freshly cooked and piping hot, and delicious. Served in polystyrene boxes with plastic cutlery, but who cares when the food's this tasty. And, a bonus, the washrooms were immaculate. Recommended
5 based on 113 reviews
This restaurant will not disappoint. The atmosphere is nice and the food was wonderful. Wish it was closer
3.5 based on 163 reviews
Nice restaurant on a wharf offering views of water on both sides. Nice ocean side breeze inside. Food was good and service was excellent.Thank you very much. Cheers friend.
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