It has been added to on several occasions, the victim of fire, floods and spent some time as a plant nursery - activities which are probably best not mentioned. Major renovations took place this last winter with the deck being completely replaced, the interior reconfigured to accommodate more seating and the kitchen updated to provide a more efficient service.
The restaurant is famous however as a spot to watch the most fantastic sunsets Canada has to offer. Add to this the sight of seals popping their heads up as they search the harbour for food, otters at play, and birds of all species preening themselves in the fresh water which enters the harbour in front of the restaurant from Thulin Creek.
This is the most ideal place on earth to dine.
The Restaurant began its life as a floating bunk house for timber cutters further up the West Canadian coast from its present location, and was towed into Lund Harbour in 1926 by creditors who claimed it after the logging Company went into liquidation.
It was then placed on piers which was the beginning of a checkered career for the building. It was used as a house and provided security for many different families over a number of years, spent some of its life as Carvers Coffee Shop, then the Starboard Café, The Sunset Restaurant at The End of The World, and now with its new caretakers, The Boardwalk Restaurant.
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