Discover the best restaurant in Trinity, Canada including Coopers Meat Market & Restaurant, Twine Loft, Dock Marina Restaurant & Craft, Sophia's Fine Dining at the Eriksen Premises, Two Whales Coffee Shop, Trinity Mercantile, Fishers' Loft Inn Restaurant, Skipper Bob's
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4 based on 12 reviews
It was mid afternoon on a cool afternoon when we arrived at Coopers; too late for lunch, but too early for dinner. We scanned the menu of fairly traditional road side restaurant fare until our eyes caught the entry for the "Truckers Special" available in small and large sizes. What followed from the kitchen were enormous servings of soul food consisting of ground beef, french fries, gravy and grated cheese. A very memorable and long lasting meal to say the least.
4.5 based on 329 reviews
The Twine Loft, recommended by "Where to Eat in Canada" offers delectable dining in an ambiance created by the sound of water, the rays of the setting sun on the bay and the flicker of candle light. Dine by reservation during set sitting times or drop in for afternoon Happy Hour on the waterside deck. The In-house sommelier has designed a fine wine list accompanied by a selection of local beers and spirits. Dinner includes a set menu multi-course meal with a choice of a meat of fish dish for the main course. Vegetarian, Vegan and Gluten Free menus are available by request. Online Reservations ca be made for tables of 2 only. Please contact the Twine Loft directly for parties of a different size.
We loved all our meals here. Breakfasts included yogurt, fruit, muffins and incredible tea biscuits that reminded me of my mother's. Service was so warm and friendly. The cod at dinner was amazing. A meat choice was also provided, and again the service was wonderful. The chef actually phoned me on my cell to check on my pepper allergy and made a special topping just for me without the pepper. Now that is service! The restaurant and deck were also great places to meet and talk to imteresting fellow travellers. The Twine Loft was a lovely comfortable place to hang out, which we did on a rainy morning. There were books, art, fun people dropping in--all great.
Nancy and Jim Deline
4 based on 312 reviews
A classic historic waterfront restaurant that believes in simplicity and quality.Located in historic Trinity , Newfoundland where the fish trade began at the turn of the 18th century. There is also a gallery and craft shop above the restaurant that houses one of the largest displays of paintings, photographs and crafts in the province. Over 150 of Newfoundland's best known artisans display their handicrafts in the shop.
We stopped in for coffee and took it outside to the chairs on the dock. Watches a fisherman gut a cod fish. Awesome. Truly welcoming and comfortable. Hope you get good weather!!Thanks so much for your post. Hope to see you drop by again.
4 based on 84 reviews
Sophia's at the Eriksen Premises is a casual fine dining restaurant offering a seasonal menu of dishes prepared with fresh, local ingredients fusing traditional cuisine with international inspiration. Gluten-free, Vegan & Vegetarian selections available.Sophia's at the Eriksen Premises belongs to the Newfoundland Experience collection of Heritage Inns and Dining located in Trinity & Carbonear.
Totally average experience. Not many options, so it's a fine one for a night in Trinity. Stick to the classics (I got crab legs) instead of anything special or too far flung.
4.5 based on 271 reviews
We are now closed for the season - reopening May 2018. <br><br>Two Whales is a small, family run, independent coffee shop and restaurant overlooking Robin Hood Bay in the small township of Port Rexton on the Bonavista Peninsula. This is our 9th season in business and our reputation grows every year. According to many of our customers we serve the best espresso coffees on the island - we feel it is a combination of great beans (from Jumping Bean in St John's), our espresso machine, skill, our well water and a bit of Two Whales magic! We serve a range of premium teas and soft drinks including our special homemade organic lemonade. Part of our philosophy is that we do not serve anything that we will not eat or drink ourselves. We serve delicious, healthy vegetarian food and yummy cakes which you can find out about in our menu. We use as much organic and/or locally sourced ingredients as we can, make and bake just about everything ourselves in our own kitchen and take great care in what we do.
We were looking forward to lunch here and to starting our biennale tour from the end to the beginning. Unfortunately, this restaurant is NOT wheelchair accessible, in spite of claims made on its website and copied elsewhere. So we didn't eat there and didn't start...MoreI am sorry for your experience. Although we are not officially wheelchair accessible as we are an old building as far I know we have always been able to bring customers with limited mobility and in reasonably-sized wheelchairs through our staff door.
4.5 based on 186 reviews
Real food made by real people, with a focus on made from scratch home style meals. We feature house made soups, sandwiches, chowder, chili, fresh baked goods, ice cream and cold drinks. We also offer a selection of local art, craft, unique tee shirts, books and music. Use our free WIFI to plan your stay in the area or keep in touch with friends and family. The "Merc" is the place to start and finish your stay in Trinity Newfoundland.
4.5 based on 115 reviews
We stayed in the Inn and ate a few meals in the restaurant. They offer two seatings at dinner but this place is so popular it books up fast, so it is important to reserve. Both our dinners were excellent. It's a prix fixe for 4 courses, but it never disappointed. Wine selection was limited but what I did try were delicious. Service is friendly and professional.
4 based on 24 reviews
Small, friendly restaurant. Apparently we arrived just before closing. But we didn't feel like we were being pushed or rushed out of the restaurant. From what I saw, I think this is part of a hostel or something with a communal kitchen. It had that look to it. That being said, the restaurant section was nicely setup, the meals were a good size and filling. I had a moose dinner, which tasted quite a bit like beef. I haven't had moose before. The price was right for a nice family type meal.
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