We arrived at the restaurant at 2:15, which turned out to be 15 minutes past the posted time interval for lunch. Oops. The waitress checked with the cook and said we could have lunch anyway, which we appreciated. The food was the usual salads and sandwiches; the salad was ordinary (iceberg lettuce that was too wet) but my sandwich was better (on a flavorful, substantial bun) and my husband enjoyed his halibut fish and chips, which were perfectly crispy on the outside They also had a good selection of local beers.
What really made this special was that the waitress offered us a chance to drive around the course in a gold cart- no charge. This may have been unusual, so don't count on it, but we had a good chance to explore the course and the magnificent views. When I returned I thanked the waitress and told her this was my first time driving a golf cart. Instead of freaking out because I'd used one of their carts with no experience, she congratulated me for being so adventurous. (Let the record show that I returned it with no new scratches.)
This is a nice, quite place a little out of the way from the city, well worth a visit.