one of the remaining old style Muskoka hotels. We were in for lunch and sat in the upper patio overlooking Lake Muskoka, watching the boats and swimmers enjoying a beautiful summer day. Friends who have stayed at the hotel were quite positive about the accomodation. In past we have experienced a great supper meal at the main dining area. However, the food at the patio was average, at best. My boeuf au jus was a disappointment. Typically this meal is served with medium rare beef and the "juice" plain drippings from the roast. This meal consisted of overcooked beef between a large white bread bun and the "jus" reminded one of canned beef gravy - quite thick and little beef taste. The other folks also found their meals OK, but not remarkable to any degree. On the other hand, they featured sweet potato fries which were excellent. We would return for a main evening meal and will likely try the lunch again to see if this was a "one-off" experience. Anyone who is disabled would be wise to enter by the main door and use the elevator to access the patio.
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