• Rick's fish n chips

    More gluten-free options for 2017

    No wheat? No problem! Enjoy our new gluten-free menu options! Speaking of wheat, thanks to the PEI Liquor Commission, if you enjoy a full meal with us, you’ll be able to purchase local beer and wine to take home!

    More gluten-free options for 2017

  • Tossed salad

    Greek Salad

    If you’re trying to watch your figure, you might not be interested in our delicious (transfat-free) fish or our perfectly cooked fresh cut french fries. You may be able to pass on a bowl of our creamy, rich, curried chowder, and our hand-battered whole clams might not be high on your list either. Have a fresh, crisp, green salad instead, topped the way you like it. (And steal some fries from your fellow diner when s/he’s not looking.)

    Greek Salad

  • Cajun mussels

    Cajun Mussels

    What’s da difference between dem dere Cajun PEI mussels and da regular PEI mussels? Dey tend to talk wit dere hands a lot and dey have a much more interesting accent. But udder den dat, dere just a little more spicy and slightly betta den ya might be used to. Dere ya go!

    Cajun Mussels

  • Rick's homemade pizza

    Homemade Pizza

    Some of the best pizza you will ever eat can be found right here. Choose one of our house pies or peruse our extensive list of toppings and build your own! Our thick or thin crust (your choice) and mouthwatering sauce make the perfect base for the pizza of your dreams. (If you dream about pizza, of course. If you didn’t before, you will after tasting ours.)

    Homemade Pizza

  • Whole clams

    Oysters on the Half Shell

    You haven’t had an oyster until you’ve had a fresh Prince Edward Island oyster, raw on the half shell. And when you taste that gorgeous shellfish with a dollop of Rick’s own seafood sauce? Heaven.

    Oysters on the Half Shell

  • Rick's seafood chowder

    Seafood Chowder

    What chowder is supposed to be. Thick and creamy, loaded with shrimp, mussels, white fish, potatoes, and whatever else happens to be fresh when Rick’s in the kitchen.

    Seafood Chowder

Nine out of ten locals will tell you we have the best fish and chips in PEI.

That other guy has terrible taste. Nobody listens to him.

On any given day from May through September, when you drive through St. Peter’s Bay in eastern Prince Edward Island, you’ll notice a cluster of cars crammed into the parking lot of Rick’s Fish ‘N’ Chips. That’s a trend not likely to end, especially this season after being featured on the Food Network’s You Gotta Eat Here.

We’ve been serving up fresh cut fries and hand-battered fish from the same spot in “The Bay” since 1992. People can’t seem to get enough of our super fresh fish, creamy seafood chowder, spicy Cajun mussels, homemade pizza, and good old-fashioned, friendly down-home, down-east service.

(It’s important to note that you’ll see as many local license plates as out-of-province ones. And everyone knows the best way to choose a place to eat when you’re traveling is to go where the locals go.)

Enjoy a taste of Heaven with a view to match

Our food tastes just as good on a cold, rainy day as it does on a warm sunny one. But, if it’s too hot in your kitchen to cook, come and sample our seafood from a patio overlooking the water. You’re almost guaranteed to spot a blue heron, and if you’re lucky you might spot a bald eagle.

We hear from our customers that an ice cold beer tastes best when enjoyed on our deck as the sun goes down over the bay. Who are we to argue?

Check out our menu and come join us or place an order to go. We hope to see you soon.