Camille's ever-changing menu highlights the restaurant's year-round relationships with local farms. Try the five-course tasting menu, which changes with the season and often includes entrees with scallops, sturgeon, venison, braised bison, or lamb. Or select from daily specials that feature local pheasant, quail, partridge, bison, wild boar, and ostrich. Menu highlights include wild boar bacon, Hecate Strait sablefish, and Brohm Lake duck breast. At lunch, try the West Coast seafood bowl, with clams, braised cod, and tarragon in a broth made from Driftwood Brewery White Bark Ale, or the BLT sandwich made with house-cured lamb. Camille's is housed in one of Victoria's oldest heritage buildings, and offers a charming and romantic fine-dining experience.