TJ’s Country Kitchen - Enjoy a home cooked meal on the Alaska Highway

TJ's Country Kitchen LogoPhone: (250) 787-7777
Enjoy a great meal to start your day or stop in for lunch and enjoy home cooked meals.  Located on the Alaska Highway next to Gaslink.  Open 6am to 2pm - Closed some Holidays. Click here to view their menu.

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