Food was really good, traditional Newfoundland cuisine, service was great. We even ordered some food to go...
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My wife and I eat here everytime we're in Twillingate. For a reason. It's usually great. This time I've reduced my review to just average as it seems the portion sizes are now smaller while raising the prices. I've seen this happen to so many...More
Had a fantastic lunch here this is family cooking at it's best soup was fantastic, sandwich very good on fresh bread and bakery products are the BEST. This is a small restaurant but try to stop as you will love the food and friendly service.
Had cheese burger (with the works) and fries - burger was cold when it arrived - obviously they plated it early while waiting for my partner's meal to be cooked. I asked them to re-warm it, which they did, but by that time the fries...More
I agree with beaverview: the cod was perfectly cooked...large portion...great coating that you barely tasted--just enough the coleslaw was fresh and homemade, the fries had a great seasoning the cod is fresh but the nuggets are flash frozen since the portions are large, one piece...More
Unfortunately, our trip brought us to Newfoundland in October, when most restaurants and points of interest close for the season. R&J was the only place in town and they didn't disappoint. All three of us had cod & chips(one piece is enough for each adult)....More
Because we travelled late in the season, we had little choice for restaurants and accommodations. That said, this restaurant offered substantial portions, decent food and a view of the harbour. We could see that a good portion of their trade comes from locals, always a...More
Always good well cooked food. Great value for money, as they serve huge portions. A varied Menu, plenty of choice. Situated right on the waters edge
Lovely family style restaurant. Large portions with well seasoned food. I had the home made turkey soup and it was well seasoned, even had a few rutabaga in there. I ate the Hot Turkey sandwich so quick that I forgot to take a picture. ....More