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What we offer at Kiju’s Restaurant can be summed up in 3 simple words: Fresh. Local. Friendly. “Kiju” is the Mi’kmaq word for “Mother”, a word that translates perfectly into any language. Our menu offers something for everyone, including pub-style classics, kid’s meals, and finer fare incorporating fresh ideas and local ingredients, all served with friendly Cape Breton hospitality. A meal at Kiju’s Restaurant is an experience worth coming back for! Kiju’s Restaurant is located in the Membertou Trade and Convention Centre and attached to the Hampton Inn Sydney by a pedway.
Flavor on the Water, the flagship restaurant, of the Flavor Restaurant Group is located in the Sydney Waterfront District. It is found in the Joan Harriss Cruise Pavilion next to the “Big Fiddle” on the new beautifully designed harbour side boardwalk. Locally owned and operated with a focus on local products and contemporary cuisine. We specialize in local seafood but are also known for our unique vision of contemporary comfort food.
Governors Pub & Eatery is known as one of the best Cape Breton restaurants, offering a menu filled with incredible seafood and steaks, delicious contemporary versions of hearty Irish classics and a vast international selection of imported and local drafts and beer. Explore the many culinary delights awaiting you at this Cape Breton restaurant and treat your taste buds at Governors Pub & Eatery today!
The Old Triangle was created in 2000 by three Irishmen, and remembers an ancient time when a grouping of three, or triad, was regarded as a symbol of good luck. Our three-room concept; the Snug, The Pourhouse, and Tigh an Cheoil (house of music), is ideally suited to our belief in the three most important ingredients of a memorable occasion; Food for the body, Drink for the spirit and Music for the soul.
Fine Indian and Pakistani food. Menu items include different kinds of rice, butter chicken, three kinds of samosas (vegetables, meat and beef and chicken), and kebab pizza as well as different Canadian food like butter chicken poutine, special burgers and teas.
Our head Sushi Chef, Hak Sang Sung is originally from South Korea. He immigrated to Canada in 2007 with his family and has run Japanese restaurants in Manitoba and New Brunswick.
Drawn by the beauty of Cape Breton Island Sung moved to Sydney in July 2015. Knowing Cape Bretoners appreciation for fine food, he has chosen to share his creations with those who will truly enjoy them.
We hope you enjoy your experience at Naru Sushi and look forward to serving you!