A “Warm Island Welcome” from Shane and his staff

You know you’ve arrived when you see the fisherman’s boots upside down in a barrel by the front door.

Owned and operated by Islander Shane Campbell and his family for over 25 years. Shane personally buys the freshest seafood from PEI wharves and fishermen. It is brought directly to the pound.

Water Prince Corner Shop, Charlottetown, PEI

Restaurant

Dine on the patio or dine inside. The seafood is fresh, carefully prepared and served to you in generous portions. Nothin’ fancy. Just plain “good food”.

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Retail & Wholesale Seafood

The finest selection of Live Atlantic Lobster, Cooked Lobster, Northumberland Scallops, Malpeque Oysters, Island Blue Mussels, Steamer Clams, Snow Crab, Salmon, Halibut, Haddock, Canned Clams, Frozen Lobster Meat, Hot Pack Lobster, and Lobster Paste. Find us by the boots!

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We have had satisfied customers from all over the world and they come back again and again. We ship fresh lobsters to them for those “special” friends who have not yet come to Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island and the Water Prince Corner Shop & Lobster Pound.

Finding us is simple – Water Prince Corner Shop & Lobster Pound is located at the corner of Water and Prince Streets in the Historic District of Olde Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island.

Reviews

  • When locals want seafood they head to this inconspicuous, sea-blue eatery near the wharf. It is deservedly famous for its scallop burgers, but it’s also the best place in town for fresh lobster. You’ll probably have to line up for a seat, otherwise order take-out lobster, which gets you a significant discount.

    Lonely Planet

  • This place is a real find tucked into an attractive corner building at Water and Prince Streets….it looks at first glace like a simple newsstand or a convenience Shop. Inside though, you’ll find one of the city’s most convivial seafood joints, serving lobster dinners, superb seafood chowder, cooked mussels, and even lobster rolls to an appreciative mixture of tourists and locals. There’s a liquor license if you want to tip a few (and you might). If the weather’s good try and get a seat on the street near sundown. You can see the waterfront from some tables. Reservations are helpful.

    Frommer’s Guide Book