Harwood's Dining Room's seasoned chef Keith McMeekin concocts fresh, gourmet dishes using healthy ingredients culled from local prairie farmers. Diners can initiate meals with lobster corn dogs served with ale-and-grainy-mustard sauce ($10) or launch panko-breaded torpedo shrimp ($10) full steam ahead toward savoury cocktail-sauce seas. The kitchen's certified Angus rib eye arrives steeped in wild mushroom au jus and complemented by demi-glazed fingerling potatoes ($32) grown by farmers wearing full-length opera gloves to ensure refined flavours. Meanwhile, the Orange Crepes Neptune combine Dungeness-crab cream cheese with asparagus and sautéed shrimp ($24), and the rack of lamb bears a mint-pesto rub and balsamic cream sauce ($34). Hardwood's restaurant serves its edibles from inside Temple Gardens Mineral Spa Resort, whose mineral-rich geothermic waters soothe guests and serenity-seeking rubber duckies alike.
DK Sushi House treats its guests to colourful plates of sushi made from crispy tempura and fresh seafood, as well as savoury udon and bento meals of beef short rib, pork, and teriyaki chicken. Each elegantly plated dish is both a delight to eat and a pleasure to behold—slivers of orange salmon swim into floral patterns, morsels of white tuna float on boat-shaped party trays, and bites of red snapper are wrapped up in rolls of rice. Sake and cocktails complement traditional eats, as well as updated creations such as sushi pizza—fresh sashimi laid upon a disc of crispy rice.
Burgers and pints of beer are a popular pairing at Lumsden Hotel & Steak Pit. Diners can also opt for heftier entrees such as veal parmigiana or liver and onions, or just sip mixed drinks while playing pool or singing karaoke. Guests can also stay overnight in the hotel's rooms.
Servers tote juicy burgers and baked lasagna past 11 HDTVs to diners at The Waterfront Beach Bar & Grill. Additional entertainment options include pool tables, live music performances, and waterfront dining on the sprawling outdoor deck.