Bullocks’ Bistro – The Real Deal

Bullocks’ Bistro –  The Real Deal

Great Slave Lake in the Northwest Territory is one of the 10 largest lakes on earth and when the local fishermen join forces with an amazing restaurant they present some of the best fresh water fish you will ever eat.

Kudo’s to Kim, Lori and Dragon our three hosts today at Bullocks’ Bistro. Bullocks is  a fish shack in Old Town Yellowknife, In the Northwest Territories of Canada. This place is so far north when we were there the sun was shinning 20 hours a day.

We love good food. We love simple food done right. Fresh Arctic Char, Fresh cold water Whitefish and the hospitality of the North West Territories equaled a great meal. The menu is simple Arctic Char, Pickering, Whitefish, and Cod all caught fresh in Great Slave Lake, or a Buffalo Rib Eye. The fish, which is what we are about, is Deep fried, grilled or pan fried. With your fish you get a fresh salad and/or fries.

A simple menu, but food, atmosphere, and service that would blow the socks off of most Fancy Dan restaurants any where in the world. Write your name on the wall or look for our geezerswithpassports.com card on the wall. Drink a good cold Canadian beer and enjoy fresh water fish the way it was meant to be served.

Geezers, do not miss this meal. The portions of fresh fish are large and cooked to perfection. The service is spot on and genuinely friendly. The atmosphere is refreshing down home and wild in a Canadian way.

Yellowknife Canada is a great place to step off the edge of the earth and back into nature and the Bullocks’ Bistro is a great place to remind yourself that simple, if done right, can be amazing.

This last two weeks have been a whirl wind for Charlene and I and we are about 4 blogs behind in the next few days we have to tell you about our trip to Yellowknife, our work with the U.S. Youth Sailing Team in preparation for the Sailing World Championships, how to get a 50,000 mile bonus with United, the Centurion Lounge review in Houston and more.

Blogging is some time like riding a horse: hours of boredom punctuated by seconds of too much excitement.

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