Discover the best restaurant in Sun Peaks, Canada including Bottoms Bar & Grill, Steakhouse Restaurant at Sun Peaks Lodge, Bella Italia Ristorante, Powder Hounds, Mountain High Pizza, Cahilty Creek Kitchen @ Taproom, Tod Mountain Cafe, Vertical Cafe, Bolacco Cafe, Masa's Bar & Grill
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4 based on 307 reviews
Ate lunch here twice whilst skiing with the family and it was awesome food and quiet reasonably priced for a burger and lots of fries ! The atmosphere really makes your day as everyone is in a great mood. Definitely have to go here if your skiing in sun peaks and don’t forget to try there cocktail special that day!
4 based on 179 reviews
The service was amazingly friendly and the restaurant is cute and cozy. I had the scallop and prawn linguini which was amazing! The presentation on all meals were very appealing. One of us had the tenderloin steak and the other the sirloin. Both steaks were done perfectly. I would recommend the tenderloin as the sirloin was a bit on the tough side. The steak meals came with a lovely arrangement of root vegetables which made the plate colorful and appetizing. The only have one choice for wine by the glass which made it hard as I was the only one wanting a glass of wine with dinner so was stuck with the house box wine choice but other than that the steakhouse was a nice meal out.
4 based on 289 reviews
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4 based on 254 reviews
Your choice for all your dining needs in Sun Peaks, conveniently located slopeside off the gentle giant ski run.
This place has apparently recently been refurbished, and it does look good. But there are things that need to be improved. If you call the place a tap room, then I would expect the beer menu to have some details about where the beers are from and what they’re like — not just a list of names. Food wise, a burger was excellent, but the pork and chilli stew didn’t have much chilli flavour, and could have done with more sauce; also it seemed on that it had potatoes in it yet came with rice. Finally, service was a bit odd. The server was very chatty at times; after our main courses he asked if we wanted nothing else, and we said not right now thank you. Rather than leaving us for a while (at which point we may have ordered a dessert) he brought the bill instead, making us feel rushed. As it was midweek in Sun Peaks and the place was half empty, this seemed like a strange strategy. Over all the Cahilty Creek could do better.
4.5 based on 204 reviews
Welcome to Toddies! Tod Mountain Cafe is a cute and quirky little cafe in the middle of Sun Peaks Village. We specialize in building sweet and savory crepes and making the very best coffee on the mountain (Even the Aussies think so!). Toddies is also serving Panini's, Bagels, Muffins and loads of other little snacks to fill those cravings and keep our customers happy. There has been a change in ownership since November 2016 and a few changes have been made so come in and say hi! We are proud to say that this cafe is still in business and is better than ever!
I bought food to go twice. First a four cheese crepe, it was really good. Second time I ordered a vegetarian breakfast wrap, it took 40 minutes to be ready, but OK, it was busy. The bad part is that the girl cooking has a long hair, she was with her hair down on the top of the food, you could see the hair touching the food. Disgusting! She should hold her hair up, mandatory to work in a kitchen!
4.5 based on 176 reviews
Fresh, Healthy and Made With Love. The best Chai Latte anywhere and home-made goodies every day. NEW - we have Kombucha on tap. A healthy immune booster made fresh.
Had a quick late lunch on a Saturday. Sadly, they were out of soup, which I craved, so I ordered a chicken pesto wrap. The wrap took way too long to make and was small and not very flavorful for the price and wait.
5 based on 240 reviews
Best hot chocolate in the world, plus amazing pastries. This is a must stop after or at the beginning of a day of skiing. So delicious it should be illegal.
3.5 based on 159 reviews
Seemed like a bunch of unappealing heavy food choices. Not much for me a vegetarian and nothing for children. It's fine to have different choices but when you are right at the base of the mountain lift you should have a few basic staples like normal sandwiches and kid fare. We sat down but left and went elsewhere after looking at the menu.
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