It may not be a Michelin rated dining establishment, but you’d be hard pressed to beat a traditional shore lunch on the shore (hence the name) of a northern Canadian Lake.
Cooking in the bush will likely insure that no matter how delectable the fare is, bugs, pine needles and a little wood ash should be considered condiments rather than a source of complaint. Finding a new master chef may prove more difficult than complementing the one you have.
Reservations for lunch not required. Reservations with Ignace Outposts are required.
Bring your friends and catch your own shore lunch.