La Cuisine Robicheau/Musique de la Baie – Saulnierville, NS

This summer, we ate a lot of lobster.

Lobster Risotto

Nova Star Cruises Food

Lobster Chowder…

Lobster Chowder

Lobster stuffed with shrimp then baked with cheese


Hot Lobster Sandwich…

Lobster sandwich

A lobster boil…

lobster boil

The list goes on and on. But our best lobster dish of the whole summer was found at La Cuisine Robicheau in Saulnierville, NS.  Beautiful, rich, delicious creamed lobster…

creamed lobster CR

The restaurant opened in November 2012 following the passing of Chez Christophe, a local chef known around the world for his acadian cuisine. Nadine Robicheau worked with Chez Christophe for many years, and wanted to keep his memory alive, and continue his tradition of blending fresh, local seafood and traditional acadian dishes with warm hospitality and live music.

The restaurant is in a house, and feels like it. There are traditional dining tables, chairs, and china cabinets to boot. They hold Musique de la Baie kitchen parties every Thursday, the fiddles and foot stomping kind.  Check out the video below for more on this truly authentic, unique, and delicious Nova Scotian dining experience.


This video is part of a series of adventures had along the Baie Sainte Marie. Check out more in this series below:

Le Petit Bois
Bangor Sawmill
Smugglers Cove
$10 Clam Digging in Belliveau Cove
Kizuna Sushi and Evelina’s Rapure
Mavillette Beach

Thank you to Rendez-Vous de la Baie for bringing us to Clare (and making sure we had a place to rest our heads and fill our bellies). It is organizations like yours that helps us continue to tell our travel tales.

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