New Brunswick’s second largest city might just be home to one of the best dining scenes in Atlantic Canada. Bold restaurateurs are taking risks with the region’s abundant seafood and produce, while the city’s diverse multicultural community brings influences from countries ranging from Malaysia to France. Here are 10 of Moncton’s best restaurants that you need to check out.
Windjammer has been awarded the CAA Four Diamond Award for excellence in dining every year since 1992. Named for a type of 19th-century merchant ship built in Moncton, the Windjammer’s interior features plush upholstered booths, dark wood paneling, and nods to the city’s shipping industry. The menu combines Chef Stefan Mueller’s European training with fresh, Atlantic cuisine. Summers focus on the 100-Mile Menu, which features products sourced from within 100 miles of Moncton, including the hotel’s own rooftop beehive and garden. The winter months highlight classic comfort foods like Chateaubriand and osso bucco provençal.
Windjammer, 750 Main St, Moncton, NB, Canada, + 1 506 877 7137