Rafting the Thompson River



 (Kevin Arnold photo)

(Kevin Arnold photo)

Traveling Highway 1 through the Fraser Canyon around Lytton, leads to a variety of roadside eateries with charm and character.

Good stops include Hell's Gate as well as several restaurants that have created a unique ambiance that goes beyond what's served on the menu.

Lytton Dining

In downtown Lytton, the Lyl'Towne Deli & Sandwich Shop is the only place for breakfast, home-style lunches and gentle hospitality – a hallmark of small town British Columbia.

Check out Jade Springs Café for something a bit more substantial – the menu is a mix of Chinese and North American fare.

Eat at the Kumsheen Rafting Resort

For a fancier choice, the Cutting Board Restaurant at Kumsheen Rafting Resort is well worth the 3km/1.7m drive up the highway. It's only open in the summer and menu items can be quite gourmet – spicy marinated chicken skewers with mint lime yoghurt dip, braised scallops with grapefruit and walnuts, Thai tofu curry and cumin crusted pork tenderloin are just a few examples.

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