1128 West Broadway, Vancouver
Tel: (604) 568-8971
Advice: Be adventurous and try some of their native dishes.
I recently embarked on an aboriginal culinary adventure at a truly one of a kind restaurant that excels in serving home-made Aboriginal cuisine. My friend Sepy Bazzazi joined me and we began our meal with BC Nk’Mip Cellars wines along with their outstanding house-baked Bannock ($2.50) with Saskatoon berry jam, to follow we had the tasty Salmon Sampler Platter ($12.50) with indian candy, lox roll, barbeque salmon mousse, pickled wild sockeye and bannock crisps.
Our culinary adventure continued, I had the delicious Wild Pacific Salmon ($24) with creamy dill sauce with Ojibway wild rice and Sepy had the very unique Bison Tacos ($14) topped with organic greens, tomatoes, cheese, sour cream and red onions.
Since dessert is always a must after any of my culinary adventures, we both then shared the outstanding Berry Bannock Bread Pudding with ice cream as well as the delicious Mixed Berry Apple Pie with vanilla ice cream.
Review By: Richard Wolak