The Jean Pierre Roma National Historic Site depicts the life and times of the settlement established in 1732 by Jean Pierre Roma, a Frenchman who carved from the
virgin forest a trading post he called Trois Rivières.
Today, through experiencing heritage programs, we share with our visitors how the people in the settlement lived from day to day, the foods they ate and the foods they
didn't eat, how cod was fished to feed Europe, the toys played with by children before they went to work at the age of 7 and the fact that Jean Pierre Roma and his indentured servants built many of PEI's first roads ... and more!
Creamy Carrot Soup ...10
Mdme Marguerite's Corn Chowder …12
Seafood Chowder …18
A-Roma Acadian Meat Hand Pie …15
Fisherman's Fish Cake & Baked Beans…15
Privateer's Baked Beans & Cornbread …10
French West Indies Pulled Pork …15
The Indentured Servant Grilled Cheese Sandwich …6
All meals include a basket of Roma Heritage Bread,
baked in our outdoor brick oven, served with molasses.
(Or make your own butter!)
Gingerbread with Whipped Cream …4
Chocolate Cake with Creamy Butter Icing … 4
Apple Pie a la Mode …6
Strawberry Shortcake (in season) …6
Beverages ... 2
Herbal Tea, Coffee, Tea, Hot Chocolate, Lemonade
*Beer & Wine Available