The ownership changed about 5 years ago but that does not seem to have affected the quality of the food. Apparently the new owner previously owned the little food spot across the street. Somehow it is a relief when someone who really knows the clientele and locale buys a restaurant. There is no 'break in' time required. They can step right into place.
This is taken from their website and describes the joie de vivre of this place. "Take a Toronto ex-pat and a northern Ontario gal, one a former anthropologist and the other a gourmet coffee pioneer. Mix with uncanny palate-pleasing propensity, hand-made pastries, and a knack for presentation. Crack a beer or pop a bottle. Add two drops of passion and a dash of dedicated staff. Surround with a quirky small-town cast at a Rocky Mountain lodge in Yoho National Park. Shake vigorously. Take a swing at the gong."
As they say on television, "You Gotta Eat Here".
|I love all the flying pigs!|
|I must remember this lodge as I make my journey through the mountains.|
|There is a lovely patio.|
|This salad was absolutely delicious but so much larger than I was expecting. It was a meal!|
|Wild Mushroom Cream Soup with Rustic Bread|
|Tourist and Information Centre|
|Can you imagine living here? I can. And I would love it.|
|Just another scenic location in a village with only scenic locations.|