Could be that Sidney's lively dining scene was forecast in 1859 when the first Royal Navy sloop, the HMS Plumper, explored the area. Nowadays, Sidney's restaurant scene itself grows plumper and plumper as adventurers, back from whale watching or eco-touring, seek new kitchens for old appetites.
Sidney's burgeoning restaurant scene pirouettes from fresh fish and Pacific Northwest fare to an international kickline line of Mexican, Swiss, Italian, Greek, Chinese, Japanese and Thai. What's more, they're all within easy walking distance of one another. Foodies can merrily inspect every single menu in town before making a choice.
Pacific Northwest Style
Pacific Northwest fare weighs in at the classy Haro in the Sidney Pier Hotel. The airy restaurant looks out on the Haro Strait, a strand of the Salish Sea. Signature dishes line up in the order of impeccably fresh wild BC salmon - Coho, Chinook or Sockeye, depending - and halibut with spot prawn risotto.
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