The decor isn't the most welcoming and we almost turned on our heel and walked out, but we were seated by a slightly frosty waitress and things improved from there. The poutine was the best I've tasted - the fries were dark brown (seems to be a signature of the house) and the mains, salmon steaks, liver and NY steak were extremely good indeed. The veg was a bit lacking (two frozen carrots and some under-cooked broccoli) but it was the most unique meal we've enjoyed in a two- week tour of the area. After dinner we spent time looking in the lobby at the trophy heads. So a bit unusual by modern standards - a sort of railway hotel 1950s feel but glad we didn't cross the street and eat at Earls again which had been very good the night before
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