Salmon n' Bannock
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Salmon n' Bannock information
Vancouver's only First Nations restaurant is a delightful little art-lined bistro among an unassuming strip of Broadway shops. It's worth the bus trip, though, for fresh-made aboriginal-influenced dishes made with local ingredients. If lunching, tuck into the signature (and juicy) salmon 'n' bannock burger, made with the popular aboriginal flat bread, a thick flatbread introduced by Scottish settlers and now a staple of First Nations dining in BC. But if you're planning dinner, go for the velvet-soft braised deer shank.
There's also a third option for groups of four or more: from $30 per head, you can have a choice of four multicourse feasts (including salmon or elk) offering an adventurous way to explore modern First Nations cuisine. Whatever you decide to have, wash it down with a bottle Nk'mip, BC's only First Nations winery.