Great food, lovely staff. Would recommend for a nice, wallet friendly meal. great setting too. Family friendly.
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This restaurant, in an old house, is like a museum inside. All sorts of collectible items are displayed throughout. WE just had grilled cheese sandwiches and soup for lunch, but they were very good. Prices were reasonable and service was very good.
We expected café food - sandwiches, etc. but this menu was a delightful surprise - gourmet, so many choices it was difficult to choose. We ordered the prime rib beef bundle with Yorkshire pudding, au juice. It was so good I could have licked my...More
Grant & PJ have created an atmosphere you wont soon forget, the food is the GREATEST Grant is an executive chef, his food is to die for, the portions are very large you will leave with a full tummy. there are so many options to...More
Stopped here for lunch. Very pleased with the atmosphere, antiques all over the house and also delicious food. One had the pot pie and it had great flavor, and not too much pie crust . The salmon quiche was light, fluffy with smoked salmon and...More
I make it a routine to stop in at the Rosewood each time I visit Kaslo or I'm driving through to my other destination. The service is friendly and professional, and the food is a taste sensation. Everything is made from scratch, from the sauces...More
I am a week late in posting this and after seeing the other reviews, I am sorry it took that long. We were so impressed with the quality and quantity of the menu items (definitely plan on taking leftovers for a second meal). We were,...More
We ordered slightly different but had the same. The prime rib was very good. The salat bowl was rather sad. With a little effort it could have been much better. The pie was delicious, but a few minutes in the oven, together with icecream would...More
This is a special place for lunch , good food good service , really interesting bits of yesterday (antiques) through out the building , fancy to plain dishes ..
Went here for a dinner after a long bike ride, the young staff was very friendly and the place is chock full of memorabilia, this is a rather large place for a small town. They close at 8 pm so if you are planning a...More