Really good! We had lunch Aug 2014, I had the Seafood & Potato soup and the bannock was excellent (garlic and butter, can't lose!), the boys had cheeseburger and Coke, the fries were the best I ever had (stolen off their plates, just so-ooo good!) The place is now done-up with First Nations feel, the couple of staff that served us as well as the museum/info shop attendant, were all three apparently First Nations. A number of tables including at least a couple with small children, staff team ran things, works like a charm. (Unfortunate google maps misleadingly says this address "closed permanently" under OLD name, Wickaninnish Restaurant--and those photos make the place look dilapidated). Truth is, the place is all fresh and NEW, and doing a great seasonal business, Wick Beach in Pacific Rim National Park, (250) 726-2628, their site says W to Su 11 AM to 8 PM. Gorgeous vista view of amazing misty beach!, the clouds were weird--blue sky one side, black/grey at the far end! [Lots of people testing out the water, I think someone has a surf school--the green sun-shirts crowd]. Minor thing was the windows inside the restaurant need a wet suds and vinegar polish at the start of shift--at some point someone had run their fingers in the grease on the inside of the windows (I don't think it was moisture but I didn't test it myself), greasy window(s) took a bit away from the joy of the view. Otherwise, a super find!, price was no more than expected in a Vancouver walk-by lunch place--$36 lunch for 3, GREAT food and view.
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