Salt Spring South End Route

Boat at sunset off the coast of Salt Spring Island

(John Cameron/Salt Spring Island Tourism photo)

Salt Spring Island


 (Kevin Arnold photo)

(Kevin Arnold photo)

For a small island, Salt Spring is a big-league destination for restaurants, coffeeshop culture and good food.

The vibe here is relaxed, welcoming and charmingly down-to-earth. And the dress code is very much come-as-you-are. Even the white tablecloth restaurant at the Hastings House hotel, a widely acclaimed epicurean hotspot, is content with patrons wearing "smart casual" attire.

The majority of eateries are scattered around the main roads, side streets and central square of Ganges. A downtown walkabout that includes visits to Gasoline Alley at the foot of the Fulford-Ganges Road and the harbourfront Grace Point Square sums up the options neatly - Italian, Mexican, southeast Asian, sushi, seafood, pizza, European west-coast fusion using locally grown and sourced ingredients. Many dishes go well with Salt Spring Fine Ales, brewed right on the island.

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