Restaurants in North Cowichan


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  • Hastings House Country House Hotel
    Distinguished by a colourful history and a litany of awards from publications such as Fodor's, Zagat, and Condé Nast Traveler, Hastings House is a luxury resort anchored by a Tudor-style manor on 22 waterfront acres. Seven hillside suites wrap barn details such as batten siding and shake roofs around modern comforts including heated slate floors, ready-laid fireplaces, and bathrooms stocked with plush robes, towels, and large soaking tubs perfect for relaxing or brewing moonshine. For nature engagement, private balconies and wide picture windows capture tree-framed views of Ganges Harbour. Guests slumber on king-size beds lavished with eiderdown duvets and pillows (synthetic options available) and high-thread-count linens, which invite napping or quick conversion into high-end blanket forts. A hamper of freshly baked muffins and coffee or tea arrives each morning, after which heartier appetites find satiety in an English-style breakfast held in the manor house, also the site for afternoon tea.
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    160 Upper Ganges Rd.
    Salt Spring Island, BC CA
  • Old Fork Burger Bistro
    From the housemade sauces, dressings, and jams to their penchant to playing oldies, they prefer to do things the old-fashioned way at The Old Fork. It's hearty, handmade deliciousness for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, seven days a week, includes burgers made from scratch. For example, the What the Cluck is made with a grilled chicken breast, maple glaze, swiss cheese, lettuce, tomato, and roasted garlic aioli, while the nacho average veggie burger places cheddar, house-made guacamole, salsa, and chipotle aioli on a garden vegetarian patty. All burgers are served with a soup, salad, or fries. The menu's large, inventive handmade burgers are made using beef, chicken, lamb, turkey, cod, tuna, or quinoa, which allows a little something for everyone.
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    140 Trans-Canada Hwy.
    Duncan, BC CA
  • One More Sushi
    Making sushi is an inherently quiet and intense process. Chefs tightly roll seaweed and rice around fish and veggies at One More Sushi. The meditative calm is cut by the sounds of crackling grills covered in teriyaki sauce and meats. Hot oil bubbles up around tempura-battered veggies and even bananas, and pots of miso soup pour forth steam like a fax machine built in the 1800s.
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    248 Trans-Canada Highway
    Duncan, BC CA

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