by Re Carroll
Abbotsford, British Columbia
June 8, 2002
They offer quite a selection of seafood including halibut and haddock, either broiled, poached or grilled, a full lobster dinner or lobster tails, and you know it’s fresh because there is a lobster tank near the front door. I had potato skins and a bowl of seafood chowder. The chowder was filled with clams, scallops, lobster, haddock and potatoes and had a smooth, rich taste. The potato skins were a surprise since they were more like thick potato peels topped with cheese, bacon bits and sour cream. The portion was far too large for one and could probably have served six as an appetizer. My sister had haddock fish and chips. Haddock is a mild fish, similar to halibut or cod. The fish was lightly breaded and accompanied by a large portion of seasoned fries and coleslaw. Each meal was less than $10.00 (CDN).
The restaurant is open from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m., 7 days a week.
(Note: If traveling on the highway, Lunenburg is about an hour from Shelburne.)
From journal You Must Stop in Shelburne