Places to Eat in St. John's
1. Ches’ Fish and Chips
This St. John’s staple was established over 60 years ago and has transformed into a small chain, beloved by locals and visitors alike in Newfoundland. Don’t forget to upgrade your meal with Ches’ homemade gravy!
Mallards was once a rustic cottage which has been turned into a cosy restaurant for an intimate dining experience. The menu changes daily to keep the local produce as fresh as can be. Mallards is located in the quaint Quidi Vidi, a historic fishing village just five minutes from St. John’s. Make sure you take some time to explore the sights before your meal.
3. Raymonds Restaurant
Raymonds is an award-winning restaurant located on Water Street, right in the heart of downtown St. John’s. Their innovative chefs exclusively use local produce due to the bounty of seafood and game available in the province. Reservations for this chic, high-end eatery are an absolute must.
4. Hot Dogs on George Street
If you’ve enjoyed sampling the nightlife in St. John’s, indulging in a local hot dog is the perfect end to your evening. There are countless cheap and cheerful hotdog stands along George Street, no matter what the weather.
Located in downtown St. John’s, Saltwaters is known for its delicious fresh seafood and reasonable prices, as well as their great options for those with dietary restrictions. The small menu is always fresh and is ideal for those looking for some low-key dining.