The Claddagh house is and excellent combination of bar and pub. The meals are excellent and the Irish Pub has traditional Irish music. It take one back to the old country with fine dining and music.
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We need to give a shout-out to the staff at Claddagh Oyster House in Charlottetown, PEI for several reasons. First, the food and service were simply amazing. Oysters, butternut squash soup (maybe the best ever) and desert…..yummmm. We had to use a wheelchair due to...More
Atmosphere is very good and vibrant. The food was decent, but was disappointed compared to other places and this being no. 1 restaurant in town. The oysters and jerk crab legs were pretty good. The lobster cakes were too flour'y, and the halibut was dry....More
This was my best dining experience in PEI. The decor is warm and welcoming. You can feel comfortable bellying up to the bar as we did, having a romantic dinner or dinner with family and friends do at one of the tables. The oysters are...More
Food was excellent with a very nice selection of beers and ales. The service staff was very attentive to our needs.
We enjoyed our local PEI oysters. It was fun to get a sample of each one they had. Lucky Lime was my favorite. The pot of mussels I got was huge. Couldn't finish them, but they were lovely. The surf and turf (maple glazed pork...More
Just arrived on PEI and keen to try local seafood, we trying 10 oysters with the most gorgeous bottle of Nova a semi sparkling and Parmesan scones that were the perfect accompaniment. These were followed by plump mussels in white sauce and lobster risotto. Ben...More
Very nice dinners lovely waitress "Cathy" who was very helpful with menu selections. Good choices available with smaller portions available. Great oysters, salad. Wine selection adequate. Would definitely return. Also had oysters earlier in Pub during happy hour. A cozy intimate setting for a memorable...More
Come for the oysters, stay for the meals. I didn't know what to expect when I walked through the door. (My hometown of Boston is loaded with bad Irish bars serving second-rate seafood.). Happily, The Claddagh Oyster House is NOT one of these. Our server...More