Nestled between the Istken Hall and Gift Gallery is our indigenous inspired Thunderbird Café featuring traditional fare. Cozy up with a bowl of Squamish salmon chowder or tuck into a hearty plate of Lil’wat venison chili. Then, soak it all up with a fresh piece of mouth watering Bannock, followed by dessert of course! Our Café menu is inspired by traditional First Nations food and is made with fresh local ingredients. Open: 10:00am – 5pm.
Guests are welcome to visit the Thunderbird Café and Gift Gallery without purchasing Admission to the Exhibits. The Thunderbird Café also offers free wireless internet.
Café Group Lunch Options
- The Squamish Lil’wat Cultural Centre provides a variety of lunch options for groups of all sizes. Private dining areas are available.
- In order to ensure enough fresh ingredients are in stock for your lunch, we require a confirmed number of guests three days prior to all lunches. Lunches will be billed based on confirmed numbers.
To Book a Group Lunch contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 604 964 0997.