We read high praises of the restaurant and visited it with great expectations. The views of the Grand Teton mountains is outstanding. Service was good. Wines selection is elaborate and mark-up is moderate. The food is around $40 per entrée and $10 per appetiser and $10 per dessert.
The cajun spiced elk tenderloin is clearly the star dish. The Idaho trout is decent. The Bison rib-eye is average at best, and the salmon was totally tasteless. The raspberry cheesecake is very good, the flour-less chocolate cake tasted more like a Snickers bar thanks to the liberal dose of caramel.
All this considering I introduced myself as a member of one of the world's largest gourmet foodie organisations to the chef via the server.
The service was good and attentive.
We spent about $150 for the meal without drinks and gratuity.
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