After a cold rough day out fishing we stopped in for a cup of coffee at Lochmara, as always it was on point. This place is always fabulous with activities for all, the sanctuary is worth a visit.
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Was encouraged by one of the staff to try the salmon ceviche - a mexican dish of raw fish marinated in lime juice. I am not keen on fish, particularly salmon let alone eat it raw! But I tried it and it was delicious -...More
Lochmara Lodge is by far my most favourite place to visit in the Queen Charlotte Sound. A quick boat ride out there, always a delicious lunch, and a walk around their beautiful gardens and tracks. The artwork throughout the grounds is always a treat. Love...More
Whether you stay at Lochmara Lodge or other accommodation or you are just a day visitor, the Lochmara Café is great for Breakfast and Lunch. View is great and staff superb. The food is very good too. Generous portions. Nice beer and wine list. Special...More
Great stop for lunch. Beautiful setting, arrival by boat only but fantastic staff who serve a great glass of Pinot! Stopped for picnic and cafe happy for us to eat our own food after buying drinks. The food they serve looked fantastic but clearly we...More
Nice view on the water and passerby. Good food and aplenty on your plate. Good wine and beer list. Very casual. you could opt for the terrasse to hear better all the birds that are attracted and researched.
We had the eggs Benedict for breakfast served with hot smoked salmon. Rarely have we had hollandaise sauce so light and airy, salmon so mouthwatering good or eggs so perfectly poached. A real treat. We first discovered the cafe after a walk through the sculpture...More
Stunning views for outdoor dining. Wide range of delicious salads and sharing plates such as nachos with salsa/avocado. Very friendly and helpful staff including students working whilst travelling. A most memorable experience.
The restaurant explains that they have a limited dinner menu on offer because they have to ship it all in (which is an expense). But how then do they manage to offer such a large range of items at lunchtime?