Food was pretty good as usual. Service was awful. Drinks made terribly and when asked for it to be fixed we seemed to be a bother. Have to ASK for lemon, even with things that are supposed to have a slice, notice on the wall...More
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We have three double birthdays in our family and The Fo'c'sle has been the place of choice for our celebrations. We have not been disappointed, the food is delicious and the staff, especially Shane, are great (attentive, friendly and entertaining). If you want to sit...More
Showed up for breakfast mid morning, mid week in Chester (which by the way is one of Nova Scotias best kept secrets - what a beautiful town). My wife and I both ordered the Eggs Benedict. Asked for soft yolks and they came out medium...More
While travelling through this area I was told that this was a good place to have an evening meal. I was seated quite quickly as it was a Tuesday night and off season which is probably why. There were a host of others eating which...More
Our family went here before we flew back to the prairies. I had the stuffed haddock which was amazing. I started off with a cup of chowder which you can't even describe how awesome it was. If I lived in Chester, I would eat a...More
The Fo'c'sle is located in an old building that has been there since the 18th century. Full of light in the front dining area that fronts on one street, it morphs into a pub area full of dark wood, a pool table and history oozing...More
We eat here often and it rarely disappoints. I say 'rarely' because they do not have the citrus cake over the winter which is our favourite dessert! Otherwise it's a great place.