Dining in the Heart of PEI

Culinary Riches in the Heart of PEI

Let’s start your culinary tour of the Heart of PEI in the morning with a hearty breakfast in Kensington– both C&B Corner Café and the Willow Café are very popular, so we really recommend staying in the area long enough to try both. Just thinking of a pastry to go? The cinnamon rolls from Mary’s Bake Shoppe in Kensington are famous across the Island.

If you want to know more about how PEI’s delicious potatoes are grown, then sign up for Experience PEI’s Taters, Tractors and Tales experience where you will explore a working potato farm in Kinkora. Malpeque is of course world-famous for its delicious briny oysters so be sure to partake of this PEI shellfish while in the area. Curious about how to shuck an oyster? We happen to know there are likely to be some champion oyster shuckers at Carr’s Oyster Bar in Stanley Bridge.

Thinking about dinner? A couple of savvy restauranteurs are right in tune with the Heart of PEI brief and their place names show off their love of land and shore: Ship to Shore in Darnley serves fresh, delicious Island food, and the people behind
If you are looking to improve your own culinary skills, sign up for classes at The Table in New London (or book an intimate, leisurely dining experience some special evening).

Our community is working together to promote tourism and economic growth in Kensington and the Heart of PEI region.

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