Fork Restaurant began as a seasonal pop-up restaurant operated out of Judi Devine’s coffee shop after it closed. The brainchild of Chef Kayla O’Brien and her partner Chef Kyle Puddester, they eventually opened up a portion of their home, turning it into a fine-dining destination. The menu includes seasonal fare using local produce and meats. Eventually, the restaurant will serve produce and herbs grown on farmland on their own property. They are located at 52 Cod Seine Cove Road and reservations are required.
Located at 1 Island Cove Road in Bay Bulls, the PondHouse offers classic, comfort food in a family diner setting. The menu includes standard diner fare such as omelets, fish and chips, shrimp tacos, and more. They also serve delicious ice cream concoctions as well. The restaurant is just 15 minutes from Pee Pee Island.
Named for one of Newfoundland’s greatest heroes, Captain William Jackman, The Captain’s Table has been a local favorite for fish and chips since 1988. Captain Jackman was the great-great-grandfather of the owner, Melissa Jackman. Captain Jackman rescued the passengers and crew of a schooner stranded in a storm in 1867, risking his own life to do so. He died tragically at the age of 39 just nine years after earning England’s Royal Humane Society Award. The restaurant in his name offers a wide menu variety as well as some of the best-baked goods in the area. They are located at Southern Shore Highway in Mobile.
The Tetley Tea Room by the Sea, located at 15-25 Pool Road in Ferryland, offers a nice outdoor patio as well as indoor seating. Their menu includes hearty foods like seafood chatter and split pea with ham soups as well as Monte Cristo sandwiches, grilled cheese, fish cakes, cod au gratin, and more. Enjoy traditional homestyle fare while taking in the breathtaking views around you.