My husband and I ate here on our one night stopover in Kenora. The restaurant is small and has comfortable, pub décor. We were promptly greeted. The restaurant was busy, but a table was cleared and we were sat right away. They were out of wine glasses, so we were given water glasses – a little strange since on looking around, not many tables had wine glasses. Service was a bit slow, but the food was excellent. We shared their Almond Crusted Goat Cheese Bruschetta (a warm ball of goat chevre to spread on toasted crustini and top with roasted red pepper and bruschetta), Caesar Salad (romaine with shaved parmesan and homemade butter croutons tossed in a creamy mild garlic dressing), and local Lake of the Woods Walleye – yes I agreed to fish, even though it is something I rarely eat – (walleye lightly dusted and pan fried, drizzled with a light herb butter and served with homemade tartar sauce and yam fries). It was actually very good!