We set out to find awesome burgers, pizzas, and local fare - from Brule to Port Howe.
Here are some of the favourites that we discovered - and we'd love to hear from you if you have more to add to the list! Our apologies for the lack of shellfish recommendations - allergies kept us away!
The Dino Wagon
Big Al's menu suggests you ask for a wine list but this will likely cause confusion - none of the servers there seemed to know they had one. In the end, we got a three year old bottle of red from local Jost Winery with virtually no mark up - another great deal.
PS - Looking for more amazing food in Tatamagouche? Read about our experience at the Train Station Inn!
The Country Bread Basket
But the most important thing here isn't the pizza. No visit to a Nova Scotia pizza place is complete without a side order of garlic fingers and plenty of donair sauce for dipping (both the fingers and the pizza) Donair sauce is like a creamy, tangy, garlic sauce and it's an absolute favourite of mine. I always ask for extra on the side.
We had a fantastic time exploring Colchester and Cumberland County, find new special spots and stuffing ourselves with delicious, East Coast delicacies. The hearty food and Maritime hospitality are another great reason to visit this beautiful part of the world.
Read more about our Nova Scotia culinary adventures here!
Dining at Tatamagouche's Train Station Inn
The Chatterbox Cafe, Nova Scotia
Wallace's Whirligig's Cafe, Nova Scotia