It's nice that the BW hotel has this restaurant/lounge attached to it. The facility is in a rural area and there really aren't many dining options available within 20 minutes of the Inn.
Consequently, we dined here the evening of our arrival. The place was quite busy, presumably with people who were staying there for weddings being held at the Chapel on site. When we wandered in (without reservations), we weren't sure whether it was seat yourself or if a hostess would seat you. Eventually, a server took the initiative and showed us to a table in her section. I'm not sure if that is the usual protocol but we were happy to be attended to.
There was a good wine list list with fair pricing but beer options were somewhat limited. My wife opted for gnocchi and the serving was ample and tasted pretty good. I'm a sucker for Italian veal dishes and ordered veal limone. Sadly, compared to the 100's of times I've had veal dishes elsewhere, I found the serving small (perhaps half what I expected in all respects... veal, potatoes and veggies) and unfortunately, the taste didn't compensate for the paucity of the serving. I had virtually the same meal two days later in Sault Ste. Marie that was outstanding as a matter of comparison. The evening was saved from my perspective in that my spouse could never have eaten all of her gnocchi. I probably ate 1/3 of her dish to get that comfortably full feeling. Perhaps it was an aberration but it was about the only meal in the 28 days of restaurant dining on our trip that I was disappointed in.
On the other hand, the breakfast we had here the following morning was among the best we had on our travels. The buffet had "real" scrambled eggs, tasty sausages, a nice selection of fruit and assorted continental breakfast offerings. It all added up to 4 stars!
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