This is a modern building built to look like the original, heritage one. It seats about 30 inside, at communal picnic-style tables, which can be good or bad depending on your mood and who you share with.
We had lunch here in late August, close to when they close for the season. The menu was pretty limited, with no local items other than the whitefish (from Great Slave Lake), and no "fresh" items. My wife had the fish & chips, which was tasty, but nothing special compared to the same meal at several other restaurants in towns around the lake. I had the Bison Burger, which was disappointing. The patty was imported from Edmonton, likely frozen.
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