We went looking forward to ribs. But they weren't on the menu?? Went early and not crowded. Fairly quick service.
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We stopped in as a family after a wedding for breakfast. The buffet was $11.99 per person and included coffee, juice and water. The food options included scrambled eggs, sausage patties and bacon. Other items included toast, cereal, yogurt, apples/oranges and fresh self made waffles. This buffet is also the continental breakfast for hotel guests. Overall, the food was lower... More
Great choices, and speedy service. Having juice and coffee included in the buffet price makes this a very good value for Canmore.
Welcomed by staff during very cold evening. Although food was a bit slow in arriving it was worth the wait. Chicken Sandwich was GREAT! Wasn't really a "restaurant" which we were expecting - but was really worth the price. Friendly Staff and very affordable.
Stayed the night at windtower hotel and decided to be lazy at eat at the attached restaurant "wandering elk". Space was small as it is lobby style attachment. Service was fairly good throughout our meal. Our meal comprised of bigger appetizers such as wings and the elk poutine, and chicken and corn soup. The wings were terrible as its battered... More
Advertise a buffet, but it is actually a continental breakfast. $13.00 for powdered eggs, choice of sausage or bacon and over cooked potatoes. A few small dry muffins to choose from along with bread you toast yourself. Guess we should've figured that since it was in a hotel, but definitely not a buffet. Service was poor. Will not return
The breakfast buffet was reasonably priced and had scrambled eggs, bacon, home fries and sausage. You can make your own waffles which were very good. There was an assortment of cereals, muffins, bagels and breads. The staff was friendly.
we had dinner here one night and really enjoyed one of the local specialty, an appetizer called the Elk Poutine. The portion was so huge we just had a soup and this appetizer and we were full. the taste is really nice and even if you had meatballs before, this one has a really nice spice blend which I'm certain... More
2 staff on floor and about 20 people in the restaurant. Forgot half the order, waitress was rude and pushy waiter was good. The food ; had two bites and it was enough hard meat over cooked bison burger ????? Take walk lot of nice restaurant a round. I did get a nice smile when it was time to pay... More
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