My wife and I dined there for the first time yesterday to celebrate her 60th birthday. Upon arrival were treated like old guests. A pleasant uncluttered room, bright colours, soft music, comfortable environs and a nicely laid out table, David our waiter (who I later learned was the owner) was attentive, personable, friendly and discreet. He explained all the dinner options and sources of food they use, trying to bring local fare to the menu. We chose the shrimp cocktail to start then my wife the seafood crepe while I the rack of lamb. A nice basket of fresh bakery arrived and the metis derived bread was delish! The shrimp crisp and fresh and exactly 6 (how to you share 5?) Then the main courses arrived and much to my delight they were spectacular. Fresh, tasteful, plentiful, tender. Her seafood crepe exploded with distinct flavours in my mouth, creamy, and plentiful, while my rack of lamb was tender, lightly herb crusted and fresh, perfectly prepared. The jus had just the right consistency and flavour to accompany, not overpower and the vegetables fresh and crisp. Dessert of Creme Brulee and Pouding Chomeur was a fantastic topper. The only downside was that I hadn't elected to cab it there and couldn't enjoy an after dinner drink or Spanish Coffee. Truly, one of the best meals we have had in a long while. Chef Rosemary attended our table and we heaped praise on her. A jewel in a small Georgian Bay town worth experiencing. I highly recommend it and a return visit is imminent. Bravo David et Rosemary, Merci!