Dine Around Sooke
When most people travel they don’t want to just merely rely on junk food they eat on long road trips. People should go out and enjoy the mom and pop shops that you can barely find anywhere else in the world.
Shirley Delicious is a great restaurant with an upbeat atmosphere. They are best known for their breakfast which includes high quality and a variety of options, that will also not break the bank. Personally, I don’t know anywhere else where you can get a breakfast this good for under $10. Whether you are looking to sit down and enjoy a meal or pick up a quick hearty snack to enjoy on a hike in the nearby area… you “Shirley” should stop by.
If you are looking for a great meal and incredible view then you have to check out the West Coast Grill. Their patio overlooks the water and mountains and is best known for their brunch and happy hour from 3-6pm every single day.
Sooke Harbour House does fine dining right! They offer a delightful high tea, along with local, natural and sustainable food. Perhaps one of the reasons why this restaurant is so highly renowned is because they have their own 3 acre herb and edible blossom garden. This means fresh herbs and vegetables virtually all year around.
When travelling along the coast you can expect one thing is always going to be extremely fresh, seafood. What better place to enjoy seafood than at a sushi restaurant? Hara Sushi serves Japanese and Korean cuisines. Mai Mai’s Bistro is a sushi joint that serves fabulous food that is very reasonably prices.
If you aren’t a fan of Japanese food but still want really fresh fish, than visit Smokin Tuna. This restaurant is one of Sooke and the islands hidden treasures.
The highest rated restaurant in town is Wild Mountain! People from all over the island are willing to make the day trip to this cute little restaurant because it truly is the talk of the town. Their menu caters to people from all food preferences whether you are a vegan, vegetarian or one step away from a carnivore; they have something to satisfy your needs.
What happens when you mix incredible chefs with a rustic charm? You get Route 14, which is conveniently located, you guessed it, just off of route 14. This is just a mere two minutes away from Ed MacGregor Park which is also a short trip from our Marina. A must visit spot that gives you that “mommas best cooking” vibe with servers who make you feel like guests in their home.
Come satisfy your appetite here on Vancouver Island with the diverse selection of eats in Sooke. While you are here, stay at Sooke Harbour Resort & Marina, just 35 minutes away from Victoria and miles away from any problems you had before you were hangry.