We have lost count of the number of times we have eaten here. Time for another review after several years. It is always a treat to eat lunch (or dinner) here while travelling on the BRP. The views are unreal and the atmosphere is so pleasant most of the time. On this visit we had the French Onion Soup ($5.95 for a bowl) as an appetizer. We both rated it very good and much improved over some of the 'lean' years. Our main lunch was an Apple Brie Wrap. Nicely presented with a side of fruit (average quality). The wrap would have been very good but the chef loaded it up with strong red onions that were overpowering. Fortunately we could remove the onions. Now the wrap was really good! The price was bit steep, $13.95 I believe. Unfortunately we had a waitress just 'going through the motions'. Average at best and that's the way it has been here over the years. Sometimes you get wonderful servers, other times very mediocre at best. After eating, visiting the gift shop is always fun too. After all that you get to either stay at the inn or continue on your terrific trek along the BRP. You just can't go wrong.
Tip: Don't sit by the hostess station. Those new 'pucks' that alert you when your table is ready are very annoying (noisy).
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