While we enjoyed our stay at the Lodge, the restaurant did not match the standard of the Lodge. The setting was beautiful and, unlike some the other reviewers, our service was pleasant and attentive (we were the last people in the restaurant). The main menu had lots of items but the wine list was limited, and had some very questionable wines for a place as supposedly upscale as Tsa-Kwa-Luten Lodge (for example, what's a $9.50 bottle [BC Liquor store price] of BC Pinot Noir doing on the wine list?). My wife thought her ribs were mediocre - the sauce tasted like it came out of a jar with no flare or inspiration. Our friend enjoyed his pork tenderloin, while they did not have the avocado shrimp and crab salad (but it was the end of the day). The baked Camembert appie was tasty but the tomatoes slice that came with it was green. The squash ravioli was enjoyable though the sauce was quite plain. The desert menus was very limited and had the usual dinner entries: cheesecake, pie and ice cream. All in all the food was ok to better than ok, but fairly plain and uninspired...what you might expect at a two or three star hotel rather than this lovely lodge.
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