Brier Island Lodge

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Brier Island – if you haven’t been here, you’re missing one of the best places on the planet to visit.

We highly recommend Brier Island Lodge – their restaurant is one of two places we found on the island to eat, and as we also stayed at the lodge, their restaurant is very convenient.

The food is not 5-star restaurant quality, but it’s pretty good. It’s the great fresh seafood quality that one would expect to find in a remote fishing village at the end of the earth!

 

Watch our video tour of Brier Island.

Brier Island video, review of

Brier Island Lodge Restauraunt

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I had the scallop dinner. It was cooked well and was quite tasty after a long day of sightseeing.   Scallop dinner

Carolyn had the vegetarian chilli. It came with a side of garlic bread.

Chili

For dessert Carolyn had the bread pudding, as she orders this anywhere she can.

Bread Pudding I recommend the seafood chowder as well, as it contains a good helping of fresh seafood.Brier-Island-Lodge-seafood-chowder-4480

The view from the restaurant is superb.  All those sheep roaming around? Eco-friendly lawnmowers.

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Peter's Island, as seen from Brier Island Lodge restaurant

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You may also be interested in our Brier Island Nova Scotia travel videoBrier Island Travel Guide


 
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3 Responses to Brier Island Lodge

  1. Gabriele says:

    As always, lovely photos. Best lawn mowers ever!

    • Blair says:

      Yes, Carolyn even petted them.

      • Carolyn says:

        One of them was exceptionally friendly, but whenever I petted him, he would go to the bathroom. Maybe that was just its sign of relaxation. ;)

        They were a popular attraction with the crowd staying at the inn. And it was cute to see them do their duty cropping the lawn, then all running to their paddock when called. One second, all munching placidly; the next, a little herd stampeding in one direction. :)

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