We’d come to Cherokee to visit the Indian Museum so it seemed right to lunch somewhere that was Indian owned. This is not necessarily the best criterion by which to select a restaurant.
The menu had a number of Indian specialities or, at least, dishes claiming they were Indian specialities. For instance, a buffalo burger was OK but didn’t taste any different from any other reasonably well made burger. McCherokee, perhaps?
My partner had a fry-bread – a flatbread, presumably cooked in a frying pan. It comes topped with a bland and boring chilli and tasteless cheese. Just not nice at all. Perhaps revenge of the Cherokee for the wrongs done to them (and I include by my own compatriots, as well as Americans).