Indigenous was recommended to us by our fellow ex-Canuk Tracey Freeman, so we reserved a table for last Tuesday evening. It was cool but we sat outside. The staff were very helpful in ensuring we were comfortable by closing canopy drapes and turning on heaters after the sun went down. Mike was our server and knew the dishes on the menu very well and helped us decide. He also let us try a couple of samples of a wine we were interested to have. We shared the mushroom bisque and a seafood bake. The bisque was wonderful, and the bake (casserole) was good for sharing. My wife had the sustainable fish choice for her entre, which that evening, was an Arctic Char, and I had the Gulf Shrimp dish. Both were delicious with a great combination of flavours. Being from the east coat, we eat a lot of seafood, and Indigenous did not disappoint.
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