We were recommended to this restaurant by some Vancouver
residents we had met on our travels, as the best in the city and a hidden gem. It is the only First nation restaurant in the city, maybe even in Canada.
The restaurant itself is a bit off the beaten track on West Broadway ( about 20mins in a taxi from downtown) and rather more like the sort of bistros we have in Europe, small, dark and intimate. Fr us a little disappointing for the e I was I suppose expecting something a little more exotic-and more ethnic.
On the evening of our booking there appeared to be only one server- for all the tables, so the delays between courses was unacceptably long. The place was full for the two hours we were there
But more importantly the food when it came was delicious- and we tried the meat sharing platter as a starter, with elk, bison and deer- all new to us , and very tasty.
We both had salmon for main courses ,my wife had the salmon burger and i had salmon on a bed of kale. Washed down by a local pilsner
All delicious. Highly recommended, if you are prepared for a leisurely dinner.
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