Finding this little restaurant in this tiny 2 block town in Saskatchewan was an awesome treat. The last time we were there, both me and my sister were fully vegan (lapsing at the moment) and they served a set lunch, a really delicious mexican pizza with soy cheese. It's owned by a couple, with the wife cooking only food she can eat (she's vegetarian and lactose intolerant), with a lovely warm atmosphere. Muffins and such, as well as tea, are served through the day. Even my cousin and father, devout meat eaters, enjoyed there meal.
An amazing treat in the middle of no mans land for vegetarians, warm and surprisingly popular with the surrounding locals (likely a few cattle farmers included), it's nice to know someone is serving tofu to tables with cowboy hats on them.Pros: Food, Atmosphere, Life-saving location
Cons: Not open long enough!