We went with a group of 8 as needed some place different to dine while staying at the Chateau. The restaurant is very cozy with a wood burning fieldstone fireplace and plenty of windows to see the falling snow and lights. The staff was excellent and knew every little detail about each food item and the wines. The waiter reviewed the extensive menu with us and answered all our questions. The wine list and cellar is exceptional with 25,000 bottles and by no means inexpensive! We had foie gras, lobster bisque, lobster cannelloni, and gnocchi for starters and they were all exceptional. My bisque was a bit salty even for me who loves salt. For mains, a few had the caribou which they raved about and others had the best Alberta beef tenderloin and veal dishes. I ha the ahi tuna steak which was just minimally seared with a crispy lobster, squash mash underneath. We needed some help picking the wines as the list is exhaustive, but be cogniscent of the prices while the staff are recommending wines, as we almost picked a $1200 bottle as compared to the $100 bottle! There is a cigar and scotch room just off the dining room with nice leather chairs and sofas and everyone looked to be enjoying themselves. Overall a great dining experience and would highly recommend for a special treat!