Moncton's colourful restaurant scene is always buzzing with new additions, local favourites, and unique spots, from gastropubs to bistros and flavours from close to home and far afield. Check out our highlights for 2021 below.
The Taj Mahal Restaurant in downtown Moncton features the finest authentic Indian, Mughlai and Tandoori cuisine in Atlantic Canada. Your tastebuds will be delighted as you savour some of the most delicious flavours around, at this popular dining spot. Established in 2003, Taj Mahal Moncton is the first family owned and operated Indian restaurant in Moncton.
Les Brumes du Coude restaurant offers up delicious and expertly crafted dishes that’ll make you think you’re in a French bistro. Inspired by seasonal fare from land and sea, Chef Michel Savoie invites you for a pleasant evening around the table, sharing in his kitchen memories. You’ll discover an alluring blend of French, Acadian, and other traditional cuisines.
A feast of colour and flavour awaits you at Calactus. Tastefully presented vegetarian meals are influenced by world cuisine with an emphasis on freshness and natural ingredients. Calactus offers fair-trade espresso coffees, local beers, organic wines and homemade vegan desserts.
Savour the finest seafood and traditional New Brunswick fare at Catch 22. Locals say that you can find the best of the sea right here!
The Tide & Boar Gastropub is an award-winning pub that’s been named one of Canada's Top 50 restaurants by Maclean’s Magazine, and one of Canada's Favourite Bars by Air Canada’s enRoute and that was featured on Food Network Canada’s You Gotta Eat Here.
At Little Louis’, superior food meets excellent service and creates lasting memories. Seasonal offerings are paired with exemplary grapes and vintages. Chef Pierre Richard is at home with his hand-picked kitchen team, creating exquisite flavours and aromatic experiences, with his modern French cuisine options that feature local products to enhance the Little Louis' dining experience.
Visit Tony’s Bistro & Pâtisserie for a sumptuous menu of local seafood and other heart-warming bistro favourites like duck confit and mushrooms on toast, as well as world-class croissants and classic French pastries. Now with a full, from-scratch menu at breakfast, lunch, and dinner, a beer, wine, and cocktail bar, and one of the finest bakery and pastry showcases in the country, Tony's is rapidly garnering praise from locals, food publications, chefs and foodies alike as one of the best dining experiences in the Maritimes.