It's neat to think that you're eating seaweed, but the flavor is bland. It tastes more like cake than pie. However the fruit topping on it was very good.
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The place is closed The baker who baked the most delicious blueberry bread pudding and seaweed pie is now working at the potato museum in O'Leary, now that is the place you want to stop and have lunch and dessert the food is delicious!!!
We came from the other end of the island just to try the famous seaweed pie. The city is in the middle of nowhere, and besides that Cafe there is nothing to do. Upon arrival,we thought that we got the wrong address, but the guy...More
Very busy here. Just stopped in to look at the gift store and to buy a "seaweed pie". Kind of cool for the kids, if you've been up to North Cape to see the horsed dredging for seaweed.
We looked around for this place and could not find it, which seemed strange since Miminegash is tiny. Apparently it is closed this year (2013). The adjoining Irish moss interpretive centre is also closed.
If you are in the area you really must stop and try the seaweed pie as a novelty. The pie is actually angel food cake with cream topping (the seaweed?), whip cream and fruit sauce and probably contains more calories than you want but oh...More
Seaweed Pie, you have to try it! It's not something I would eat every day, but it's definitely something you want to try when in the neighborhood. It was quite good. We were on our way to the North Cape, so we did not try...More
My friend and I were travelling by bike across PEI and I had read about the Seaweed Pie Cafe in Miminegash and as determined that my PEI experience was going to include Seaweed Pie! So we arranged our route to take us through Miminegash and...More
We picked up a slice of pie to go and shared it 4 ways, just for the experience. It was suprisingly good. Not sure about the other food as we were just passing by. They do have a little shop and restrooms we utilized while...More
On our trip to PEI in July, we made it a point to stop at the Seaweed Pie Cafe. We were told we could take any seat we wanted. The tables are situated very close together, hardly room for folks to sit back-to-back; so we...More