Good Food and reasonable pricing. The coffee was also fine. It's a good way to pass the time during the crossing.
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Was headed off island to my Uncle Harry's 86th BD party in St Andrews, and feeling a bit snackish, grabbed a sammich from the galley! They were making fried dough in the kitchen for the crew's lunch ( which is one of my all-time favorite...More
For a ship, I expected higher prices. So I was pleasantly surprised by the portions which were a good size and reasonably priced. It was cafeteria style service and food and was available for the entire trip. The dining areas were clean and easily accessible...More
It was nice to have a place to grab a bite on the hour ride over to and from Grand Manan. Lots of options for all tastes. Food was tasteful and reasonably priced.
This was the second time we had eaten on the ferry. We had burgers and lobster rolls on the run to GMNB, and then had the Eastern sandwich on the way back. The food was very good. I'm a big fan of Western sandwiches, but...More
The trip over (and back) to Grand Manan Island is done on one of two small car ferries operated by Coastal Transport Limited. The ferries have a gift shop, play area for kids and a restaurant. The food in the restaurant is quite decent and...More
The french fries were served fresh and warm. They were delicious. I don't indulge in french fries often, and was delighted I did. (Both to Grand Manan and on the way back.)
It's a good thing the ferry crossing is 1 1/2 hours because you need that long to get your food. Compared to BC Ferries this was night and day. No one smiled either. Slow and sullen. Food was ok but not a great deal like...More
It was good to discover that the ferry service did not take advantage of being the meal serive available. Food was very good and staff serving very nice.
While this is a cafeteria style restaurant, the food was very good and considering it was aboard a ferry with no competition, quite affordable. Food generally is fairly expensive in the Atlantic Provinces, even considering the favorable exchange rate with the US. This ended up...More