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Five Courses of Local Cuisine on the Ocean Floor

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Low tide means dinner, fun and experiencing the Bay of Fundy in New Brunswick’s St. Martins Sea Caves.


November 5, 2021
Hidden by the world’s highest tide just hours earlier, tonight’s meal of cedar-planked Atlantic salmon is literally sea-to-sea cave.
Hidden by the world’s highest tide just hours earlier, tonight’s meal of cedar-planked Atlantic salmon is literally sea-to-sea cave.
Hidden by the world’s highest tide just hours earlier, tonight’s meal of cedar‑planked Atlantic salmon is literally sea‑to‑sea cave.
Guided over the rocks on the shores of the Bay of Fundy, visitors arrive at the St. Martins Sea Cave dining experience hosted by Red Rock Adventure
Guided over the rocks on the shores of the Bay of Fundy, visitors arrive at the St. Martins Sea Cave dining experience hosted by Red Rock Adventure.
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Chef Alain Bossé harvests seaweed from his kitchen cave and uses it in a sauce accompanying the charcuterie board
Chef Alain Bossé harvests seaweed from his kitchen cave and uses it in a sauce accompanying the charcuterie board.
Chef Bossé doesn’t just have to plan dinner, he must also time it just right as the tide rises and falls every 6 hours and 13 minutes.
Chef Bossé doesn’t just have to plan dinner, he must also time it just right as the tide rises and falls every 6 hours and 13 minutes.

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