The cantilevered windows with a mind boggling view of the lake alone would make it easy to excuse any food that wasn't fabulous but clearly the chef has decided to try to match the beauty of nature by enhancing the beauty of fresh food and great flavor combinations. The huckleberry lemonade is homemade and delicious! The slightly spicy edamame is delectable- save the leftover sauce and put it on the wild rice for added punch. The crab bisque is creamy, smooth, and the coconut in the soup is subtle but excellent! The shrimp is listed as 5 flames in spicy but I found it more like a 3- but then, it takes a lot for me to think something is 5 flame spicy . Regardless the shrimp was just crispy (I got the gluten free version) enough to be crunch outside but sweet and tender inside in a fabulous aioli sauce. I asked for the recipes for the edamame sauce and the aioli but unfortunately, never got them. Sigh. I'll have to go back- which is no problem since Coeur d'Alene is a beautiful area and I want to spend more time there.
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