Wonderful breakfasts, hot and fast and lots of fun chatting it up with the staff and it was fun shopping for trinkets.
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Small and extremely cosy cafe with self service tea and coffee. I tried the moose soup and utterly loved it as it was very wholesome and hearty, I can recommend it! Most of the arts and crafts seemed to be locally made and my girlfriend...More
Surprised to see this ranked number one. Service was good but not the food. Fish cakes were scant on the fish burnt and quite bland. Toutons were soggy and greasy. Beans uneventful and omelette ho hum Hope we hit a bad dayMore
We aren’t surprised at all that we have been ranked #1 for many weeks now. As we are nearing the end of our season (Oct. 1) we would like to thank all our customers for their patronage this year, and for all the years. Some...More
The Treasure Box was recommended to us by our hosts at the Wildflower Guest House. We arrived for breakfast and the place was full. The waiter looked at us...scanned the room and made his way over to a table where two men were sitting. Shortly...More
Shop while you wait for your food - great variety of souvenirs and other items! Small restaurant area but cute. Service was good with option to order from counters. Family enjoyed their sandwiches but I found the mac'n cheese so-so (it is macaroni with cheese...More
We had planned on eating somewhere else but I waned to stop in and browse around. We ended up having lunch. We had seafood chowder and fishcakes. The chowder was less creamy than Im used to but was delicious and full of fish. The rolls...More
We enjoyed our sandwiches which were reasonably priced. The restaurant was really hopping and everyone seemed happy with there meals. I think that the ordering/paying could have been handled more efficiently with a few minor changes.