This hospitable haven has high wood ceilings, warm red and yellow walls, and a very open kitchen. Service is attentive but breezy, and the menu favours affordable West Coast dishes with a B.C.-only wine list. Twisted Fork’s owners, who ran The Wood in Fernie, admit a fondness for cream and butter. Start with duck breast. Move on to mussels steamed in a herbed cream broth that begs to be sopped up using the accompanying fries. Richly sauced and seasonal mains are all around $20. Desserts alone justify a trip.Ñorder the caramel mousse with raspberry coulis and maple syrup ice cream.