Hungry Hall Restaurant
Located in the visitor centre at Kay-Nah-Chi-Wah-Nung Historical Centre, SE of Stratton, ON.
The menu features traditional foods as well as a mix of popular modern favourites. Fresh local produce including Rainy River Walleye and Sturgeon, wild rice, fresh bannock, and other delicacies are used throughout.
Come join us for a quiet lunch or dinner in our restaurant or in our outdoor patio, with terrific views of the Rainy River, surrounded by the sights and sounds of this peaceful natural area.
Family and Kid-Friendly Dining Notes
Kids menu items are available.
Locally or Family-Owned Business Notes
Owned and operated by the Rainy River First Nations as part of the Kay-Nah-Chi-Wah-Nung Historic Centre, this business is staffed by fully trained professional cooks and servers, members of the local First Nations communities.
The facility is fully wheelchair accessible.
Menu features locally sourced produce, including culturally and traditionally significant foods such as bannock, wild rice, and locally caught fresh fish.
Modern recipes and modern foods with a traditional twist together with everyone's favourite comfort foods.
Daily from 10 AM to 5 PM during visitor centre operations
Primarily May to October, also during special events at the Historic Centre