Merritt's Kekuli Cafe makes 300 pieces of Bannock everyday

The Kekuli Café in Merritt keeps people coming back with hand made traditional Bannock, as well as local First Nations art and music.

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The Kekuli Café in Merritt keeps customers returning with its warm atmosphere and, of course, lots and lots of Bannock, Samantha Garvey/CBC (Samantha Garvey/CBC)

First Nations music on the playlist. Aboriginal art adorning the walls. And of course— Bannock.

The Kekuli Café in Merritt keeps customers coming back.

The Kekuli Café also sells local First Nations artwork, Samantha Garvey/CBC (Samantha Garvey/CBC)

Daybreak's Samantha Garvey stopped by the shop for a look around and of course, a tasty piece of fry bread. 

Hear the full interview by clicking the audio labelled: Kekuli Café in Merritt B.C.