It's a quaint local eatery that happens to be in a bus. She cooks right there in the bus and there is a place to eat outside and an indoor dining area with picnic tables as well. "The Bus" (and the halibut) was recommended by a local shop owner, and a few hours later when we actually went to the place, that same shop owner and her husband showed up for a bite!
Her husband remarked how the menu (written on the side of the bus) was practically empty. It was September after all, and the end of the season. We had ordered the halibut, but i'm a bit salmon fan. If it had been on the menu, i would have ordered that.
Favorite Dish: Anyway, we shared an order of fish & chips (but a 'grilled' version of halibut, not deep fried - there was a pan-fried version too) and Alaska Amber Ale. It was very nice. Quite expensive, but worth it for the experience.
A nice little local place with all from scratch and inventive meals-the best Salmon ever had-the Salmon Teriyaki was basted with a special Kikkoman sauce and broiled I think. Has a little gift shop-mercantile in the next room-very pleasant and even has carafes of the wine of the house with the meal.
Favorite Dish: Salmon Teriyaki