Boat Shop Steak & Seafood Restaurant Reserve table

Alberton, 296 Rte 152, Alberton, Prince Edward Island C0B 1B0, Canada
71 Reviews 4

With us, you can now free reserve a table online, saving you long waits. You can make the table reservation by phone or online here directly with us. We would be very happy to have you with us. With your online table reservation on our Website with us, it takes less than a minute! Of course, reservations can also be made quickly by phone. With your reservation you help us to prepare better. Therefore we are doubly grateful!.

About Boat Shop Steak & Seafood Restaurant

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Opening hours

Monday 11:30 - 21:00

Tuesday 11:30 - 21:00

Wednesday 11:30 - 21:00

Thursday 11:30 - 21:00

Friday 11:30 - 21:00

Saturday 11:30 - 21:00

Sunday 11:30 - 21:00


4/5 Rating average

We stopped at the Boat Shop Restaurant, on the off-chance that we might not need a reservation. Sure enough, although they did recommend making reservations, they seated us at a table with a lovely view of the water.We were not overly hungry, so decided to just have a bowl of their seafood was excellent!! The young girl who served us was so sweet and accommodating, it was a pleasure to dine there!I would highly recommend this restaurant to anyone looking for a nice casual dining spot!!

4/5 Rating average

We were here for supper on a busy Wednesday evening. No reservations but we were greeted and sat at a table without much of a wait. The dining room is wide open and sits on a pier (I believe) with great views of the water.The menu is mostly seafood but there are seafoodless options . It is not a big menu but the choices are not overly complicated but sound delicious. They start you off with a nice homemade warm butterflake roll.. they serve the local craft beer from Gahan brewery and assorted wines plus a clever little cocktail menu with nautical themes. Loved the ambiance, even though it was wide open you still had a sense on intimacy because the tables were not crowded up together. Simple design and almost antique style wooden tables all with mismatched wooden chairs. A real nice touch The food, I started with the cram and curry mussels, tasty but the sauce could of been thickened a bit more to cling to the sweet mussels. A chunk of bread to sop up the juice would have been nice too. My wife had the battered fish with the potato salad and coleslaw instead of fries. Very well presented, two large pieces of crispy battered haddock loins and as silly as it sounds .. some excellent potato salad, homemade, a combination of chunky and mashed potato with plenty of egg and real mayo. The tartar sauce was homemade and excellent.. light, lemony with a nice hint of dill.. Highly recommend it I had the "Crobster roll" which was a nice helping of snow crab and lobster meat mixed lightly with mayo and grain mustard.. served in a brioche style hamburger roll and I had a side salad of baby greens and tomatoes and pepper.. Nice portions all around. The "crobster roll" was very tasty as it wasn't inundated with any excessive condiments. For dessert we shared the sticky date pudding/cake with the toffee sauce.. super delicious and now we have a gorgeous slice of coconut cream pie which hopefully we'll try soon!Service was decent, our waiter was relatively quiet but checked in us regularly. There is not a big selection of places to eat here in Alberton but if you are looking for upper casual this would be the place to go!