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Didn't have a meal here, but they do offer vegetarian chile and soups. Also, food in jars like moose parts. Typical tourist souvenirs, not as much local crafts and art. Some jewelry like Labradorite, but many commercially produced things, not made in Newfoundland. Bought funny...More
It is fun to look around, some nice sweaters, but the place is cluttered with stuff and the usual Newfoundland souvenirs. It also smelled of bacon when we were there and they should consider a ventilation system now that they are serving food, otherwise the...More
The gift shop is jam packed. We did not eat there as we have a few other favourite restaurants in the area when we go. But there were lots of seated customers. Not sure if the crafts are very authentic to Newfoundland but lots of...More
We dropped by here, quite by chance after a long drive. We ate a simple but very good lunch here. The service was typically Newfoundland: extremely nice and homely. As said the food here is simple but so very good. After leaving we poked our...More
Fine for a quick lunch. Home made and tasty. we had pea soup and fish chowder, both local staples, and while they were not the best we've had, they were tasty. Also an overwhelming array of kitschy souvenirs.