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Where and What to Eat and Drink in Saint John, New Brunswick

Where and What to Eat and Drink in Saint John, New Brunswick, Saint John, New Brunswick (B)

When I visited Saint John earlier this year I had no idea what a gastronomic treat I was in for. As I expected, I found fresh and tasty seafood, but I also discovered delicious curries, excellent craft beers and ciders, and melt-in-the-mouth desserts. I left Canada with no doubt that Saint John’s food scene is flourishing and on the up.

Possibly the dish most associated with the Maritimes is the lobster roll, and I’ve two great suggestions here of where you should eat these. Dulse, a seaweed I first came across in Northern Ireland, also grows along the coast of New Brunswick and Nova Scotia, and is eaten dried as a snack or in a sandwich (or a bagel in Slocum and Ferris). British dishes, such as bangers and mash and fish and chips, are also popular.

Saint John, however, isn’t just about the traditional. There are some fabulous restaurants, such as Port City Royal, putting a new spin on old dishes. And, at Queen’s Square Farmers’ Market, I found cuisines as ethnically diverse as the people of Saint John, with food stalls from Nigeria, Cameroon, Thailand, Mexico, Haiti and Syria. ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: Where and What to Eat and Drink in Saint John, New Brunswick
Guide Location: Canada » Saint John
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Author: Kathryn Burrington
Read it on Author's Website: https://travelwithkat.com/best-things-to-eat-in-saint-john/
Sight(s) Featured in This Guide:
  • Thandi Restaurant
  • Urban Deli
  • Slocum & Ferris
  • Saint John Ale House
  • JavaMoose
  • Picaroons General Store
  • Port City Royal
  • Whitetail Fisheries Lobster Shop
  • Queen's Square
  • Big Tide Brewing