Unfailingly loyal to its roots, aboriginal cuisine draws its inspiration from hunting, fishing, and gathering.
Corn, game meats, and fish all play starring roles in Huron restaurants, where wild mint, fir jelly, wild berries, and black spruce are used to add an original touch to mouth-watering local dishes.
Bannock and sagamité are two traditional delicacies you won’t want to miss. Bannock is dough made with a blend of flour, yeast, salt, and water, then wrapped around a stick held over a fire and turned constantly until it turns into crispy bread. Sagamité is a hearty soup meal made with game meat, squash, corn, and red beans.
You can try aboriginal cuisine for yourself at the following restaurants: