Fiddleheads, seaweed, huckleberries and the fresh local mussels, salmon and halibut are my favorite examples of dining truly Pacific Northwest.
AAA Inspector Notes
Built above the rocks and jutting out into the ocean, this restaurant offers breathtaking scenery. In winter, wild waves crash on the rocks right outside the windows. Since opening in 1996, the restaurant has focused mainly on Canadian West Coast cuisine that reflects the bounty and tastes of Vancouver Island, especially its fresh seafood and amazing selection of B.C. wines. Walk-ins are welcome at breakfast and lunch.