We first came here for breakfast and when I saw the french toast on the menu, I looked no further. It was served with an excellent cherry sauce and topped with real wipped cream. A pure delight...My wife ventured to try their poached eggs and she was very satisfied by the serving, eggs perfectly done, the plate came with the classic hashbrown potatoes, which we don't have where we live.
On our second visit for supper, we tried their homemade ginger limonade, the whitefish chowder soup, the sockeye salmon and the perch dinner. All were excellent, service was number one and the thick wooden tables give a warm feeling to the place.
There was also nice quiet live music while we ate.
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