At first, we thought it was a Brazillian restaurant, but quickly learned it wasn’t. Signs can be so misleading.
Tourists think Canadian donuts are defined by Tim Hortons, the Dunkin of the True North. Real Canadians know that’s no more true than southerners being defined by Krispy Kremes. Real pastries are found in local finds like Robins.
We met a group of local farmers who frequent Robins for breakfast. They were talking about fishing. When I asked what they fish for around here, they all laughed at my tourist’s ignorance and answered, “We don’t have any fish around here!”