Where to Eat on Quadra Island
Heriot Bay Inn
Conveniently located in Heriot Bay just a few minutes away from Quadra Island Kayaks…. This is an ideal spot for dinner reservations after your day of kayaking on the water. Recently purchased by a community cooperative, this historical hub has gotten a new injection of energy and fresh life. Regular events happen throughout the week and music plays on Friday evenings in the pub. You can order food in the pub and also at ‘Heron’s’ their up-scale dining restaurant.
Phone: (250) 285-3322
Kameleon Food & Drink
This is a great little restaurant at the ‘mall’ in Quathiaski Cove. I highly recommend their Heuvos Rancheros for breakfast, and the Buddha Burger is world famous. This is seriously fun and healthy food. The side salad that come with the entree has an awesome dressing so good that you may just want to order a big salad as your main course so you get to eat MORE of it! Open for breakfast and lunch Tues – Saturday and dinner on Fridays. Gluten-Free Friendly, Kid Friendly, Vegan Friendly. Free Wi-Fi.
Phone: (250) 285-3282
April Point Resort Restaurant and Resort
With a dining room overlooking the Discovery Passage, this is the place to go for awesome sunset views. The restaurant has excellent food and there is a great sushi bar!
Phone: (250) 285-2222
Lovin' Oven II
This is the home of great pizzas with tonnes of interesting toppings: like cranberry, walnut and goat cheese yum! AND THEY DELIVER!!! $5 to pretty much anywhere you may be staying. Now that is a great deal! They bake awesome breads and their desserts are quite fantastic too.
Phone: (250) 285-2262
The Landing Pub
This is a classy little pub very close to the ferry in Quathiaski Cove. You can sit on the deck with a cool drink and watch your ferry arrive! Food is classic pub fare.
Phone: (250) 285-3713
Tsa-Kwa-Luten has an elegant dining room with spectacular ocean and mountain views. The deck is quite lovely in the summer and there is always the chance of spotting whales coming down the Discovery Passage while you are there! The restaurant is famous for westcoast seafood dishes and there is unique First Nations flare on the menu. Certainly worth a visit… just make sure you make reservations first!
Phone: (250) 285-2042