While in Squamish we had to find a place to get some food and my wife came across this place while we were driving around. So we decided to check it out. It was located off the beaten path which was nice. It was a nice location with a very busy patio, and we found out that everything on the menu is made from scratch.

The Food

After reviewing the menu multiple times we had to really figure out what we wanted to get. Trust me it was really hard to choose something.

To start off we got the 3 cabbage rolls for $7.50 and they were an all pork, wrapped in pickled cabbage. They were really good, it was a great starter and it was a sample of their style of cooking.

I ordered the Burger with Potato Salad for $18.50, the burger was very light and it was on an english muffin style bun. It was clean, crisp and the potato salad was flavoured with dill which was different but delicious. This was a very refreshing meal for sure.

My wife ordered the Snitzel with French Onion Soup for $15, she said it was outstanding. The breading on the snitzel was crispy and delicious. It was cooked perfectly. The soup was delicious and had great flavour.

My daughter ordered the Eggs Benny with Bacon and Cornmeal for $18, she found the cornmeal a little fatty, but the bacon was perfectly smokey and delicious. The eggs were perfect and the english muffin had a great texture. 

The Service

The staff were very friendly and it seemed really busy while we were there. By the time we left it was very very busy, it was great being able to eat homemade food while on this trip.

The Hours

Thursday to Tuesday – 9:00am to 9:00pm

Wednesday – Closed


There is a small lot out front and then a bunch of street parking. It was all free parking which was nice.

Last Words

We would for sure head back to this restaurant if we are ever back in Squamish. The food and service was amazing. If you find yourself in Squamish, make sure you check out his all made form scratch restaurant. 

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