In an era when we are more conscious about where are food comes from, it probably shouldn't be surprising that some of the best new restos in the Atlantic Canada are emerging in locations that are either in fishing villages or in the heart of agriculture land. Fleur de Sel & Trattoria Donna Nonna in Lunenburg, Charlotte's Lane in Shelburne are few in Nova Scotia and Rossmount Inn in St. Andrews fits bill in New Brunswick. Tempest in Wolfville, NS at times represents this. Some inconsistency issues and at least pre-fire cleanliness in dining room was an issue for me.
I searching for any 'foodies' that have visited Fresh Fine Dining in Bristol New Brunswick for an upcoming article. If anyone has been there and wants to share their impressions please let me know.
Are there other restaurants in Atlantic Canada that any chowhounders feel represent this philosophy of from the farm/dock to the plate in small towns in Atlantic Canada.