I was so excited to come and visit here because I love the concept of the theme, a camping themed restaurant. Upon first coming in, the restaurant looked huge. There were tire swing seats at the bar, canoe themed lights, and even a mini trailer you could be seated in.
The menu itself is a hodgepodge of items, but we ordered the grilled brussel sprouts, the poutine, the pretzel and I had the little s’more’s drink.
I’m a sucker for chocolatey drinks, but chocolately drinks on fire? I’m a fan.
As for the food, the grilled brussel sprouts were cooked well, but they could’ve used more seasoning. The poutine was enjoyable, it came with fried pickles and cheese curds, but the curds were partially melted, and I prefer them more solid, for lack of better words. We learned the pretzel was baked fresh and the cheese it was paired with was good as well.
Overall, the ambience is really cool, but I think their menu could use some work. If they had some specialties and less items, I think they could benefit. My friend I was dining with, could barely decide on her order because the menu was so overwhelming and diverse. However, the customer service was great. Shout out to our sweet waitress with glasses and dark hair who was very kind to us.
Either way, I look forward to seeing what they have next for their seasonal menus because at least they are the type of restaurant to experiment with a lot items and ingredients!