Harpoon Harry's used to be the best restaurant in town to get Clam Chowder, however there is a new player come onboard in the shape of "Bar Harbour Clam Chowder".
One of the best things about Bar Harbour Clam Chowder is you don't have to go to Harry's to get it because it's already in your pantry.
Simply empty the contents of the can into a saucepan & heat up with a wee bit of cream/milk & serve oar put in a few extra clams, mussels etc & you have a ready to eat bowl of restaurant quality chowder.
My wife loves this Seafood Treat.
More creamy/milky than the condensed version. Convenient & yummy. Taste wise it’s quite flavorful and even tastes quite healthy. Not too salty and you can definitely add stuff to it. I would repurchase!
Bar Harbor New England style was very refreshing, full of Clams.
Like all tinned chowder not as good as the fresh brew, but pretty darn good. Have been buying tinned Chowder for years as it is very hard to find a restaurants in Australian that make fresh Chowder.
Thumbs up to Bar Harbor, I will continue to buy more.
The New England Style Clam Chowder of a very good quality, but with very plane taste. To make it more tasty, I added salt, freshly ground black pepper and dry estragon leaves. The result was very good.
I bought this to stock up my pantry for quick meals but the taste is bland. The price is not cheap either though it does have quality, all natural ingredients in its composition. I'm not sure I'll buy this soup again or recommend it.
It's just not rich and savory enough as clam chowders should be. Sad, because it's not easy to find canned soups not laden with MSG and other bad stuff.
I really like the chunky Campbell's variety, and was hoping for something similar. Although this Bar Harbor one uses more natural ingredients, I found this lacked a rich taste, and was quite watery. Where are the chunks of potato? As someone who lives in Australia and misses how easily available clam chowder is in the US and Canada, I was a bit disappointed with this.