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Stopped here for lunch after taking an enjoyable tour of the cultural center. Tasty food with friendly staff members, dining area is amazing structure. Loved my tasty seafood chowder with the Banock bread.
Locals secret, hidden gem. Delicious food, beautiful building, friendly staff. Affordable and peaceful. If you're looking to stop for a coffee and treat, or for lunch - don't miss the Thunderbird Cafe. Their salmon chowder is the best I've ever had, which is served with...a big chunk of bannock. I also love their coffee and bannock donuts. Forget the chain restaurants and coffee shops, this place is the real deal.More
You will not find this restaurant at the Whistler Village or the Plaza. It is hidden away in the confines of the Squamish Lil’wat Cultural Centre and it is a Gem of a restaurant in Whistler. It is located on the ground floor of the...Cultural Centre and serves the traditional flavours of the First Nation’s recipes.
We tried the Salmon Chowder with Bannocks (the traditional bread of the Squamish First Nation peoples), and Wild Salmon Salad and both the dishes were well prepared and good to taste. Burgers and muffins were also available with salmon and veal fillings. The service was good and courteous and the food was served to our table. Prices were very reasonable.
We enjoyed our meal and would recommend a visit to the Squamish Lil’wat Cultural Centre to enjoy the exhibits, guided tour, gift shop and finally the a meal at the Thunderbird Café.More
After enjoying the visit in Squamish Cultural Center, I've got hungry. There is a Cafe on lower level, which offers great lunch type food. I've ordered the salmon panini, great salmon sandwich with green salad. The second meal was salmon chowder. The food was so...good!!! I love it.
I recommend this cafe.
The whole experience was very nice
We ordered a bannock elk salami and bison pie with salad on the side and they were both very yummy. Service was exceptionally friendly
Apart from being able to experience the Cultural Centre there is also a small shop...worth checking out for lovely giftsMore