We stopped here for dinner after a day of kayaking and were pleased we did. We started with the mediteranian dips (hommus, tzatziki, olive tapenade with flat bread) with generous servings of all three dips, the fresh garlicy hommus a particular highlight.
We then both ordered the fish and chips, subbing yam fries. The fish was battered and fried, but not overly oily like so many places. The fish (cod) was fresh too, which you would hope is the case when surrounded by the sea! The yam fries were tasty as always while the side slaw was about the same as you would find at most pubs. The setting is also hard to beat - sitting on the deck overlooking Sechelt Inlet at sunset.
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