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Unlike Harper’s, Dianne’s boasts a full bar area with seating, which doubles as the serving window, making it a busy hub of activity during meal service.
Did I mention that they have over 24 varieties of tequila for you to sample?
Last summer, Kingstonians were tempted with a fresh, new dining establishment whose angle was “seafood shack meets Baja Mexico”.
From Tim Pater, the man who made le Chien Noir, Atomica and Harper’s Burger Bar irresistible destinations on the local culinary map comes Dianne’s Fishbar Restaurant.
I think this is where Dianne’s will really win people over.
The fact that you can go there and get a remarkable meal such as this for less than is amazing.
Other types of seafood entrees include: blackened BC rainbow trout (), pan-seared wild Alaskan sockeye salmon (), and of course the Nova Scotian Lobster Roll. Save for Mike Mundell’s and Mission Street North’s offerings, fish tacos are remarkably difficult to come across in Kingston, let alone get right.
From the curb, Dianne’s presents a wrap-around patio that offers fantastic views of Ontario Street, and front row seating for the Summer’s main events such as Canada Day, Buskers, and so on.
We also sampled the fresh oysters, while the selection varies based on what’s in season and otherwise available.
Other noteworthy apps include: spicy fried Rhode Island calamari, a selection of steamed PEI mussels, seafood, poutine, Dianne’s Down East Fish Cowder, and three varieties of ceviche, their so-called specialty.
In fact, before we’d even stepped foot inside Dianne’s, we were already planning our second and third visits to ensure that we could sample all of the fare that caught our eye.
Dinners during the supper hour are met with freshly baked rolls, topped with coarse salt and a side of butter.
All entrees are served with your choice of two of the following: house vegetables, mixed greens, fries, smashed potatoes or kimchi fried rice.