We had the fish and chips - it was enough to split for 2. Fish was fresh, not to greasy or too heavily battered. Fries were perfect. Other diners seemed happy with their selections.
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In downtown Charlottetown there is a Victorian-Pedestrian street just behind the Confederate Hall. Several restaurants, shops, and two excellent art galleries. Our first choice is Fishbones. Most excellent seafood quality, care in the kitchen, young staffing, seating inside and out. An example of their care...More
Ate on the rooftop terrace, which seemed inviting from below. Long walk up, but seemed ok, so we settled. A few tables overlooking the street; the rest is dreary rooftop. There is loud music; not conducive to conversation. I ordered a raw tuna with avocado...More
Condensation from the drinks ran down the slanted table - no coasters, no napkins. We were 4 people sharing 3 dishes, but they didn't provide cutlery for the 4th person. And the food came before cutlery arrived. Chips were burnt, which was shocking in the...More
We sat outside on a lovely night. There was a jazz group playing across the street which was great. The street is blocked to cars, so that makes sitting outside much nicer. We enjoyed the food.
We went for a late lunch arriving around 1:30pm. It was not terribly busy there. We sat on the roof and about half the tables were occupied. It took 20-30minutes to get drinks and we gave up on our food order after waiting over 90...More
My husband and I went in for lunch while in Charlottetown on vacation. We had a great experience! There were many Gluten Free options which is always a nice surprise in a restaurant and the service was excellent. We shared the Potato Nachos to start...More