We stayed at the Explorer and had lunch at Trader’s. The food was delicious and the atmosphere and view were fantastic.
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We've been here twice and each time the food was wonderful. Brunch offers wide and varied choices - way more than usual. They even offer a great oatmeal! The bar also offers wonderful choices.
We walked here from the Day's Inn (in Yellowknife, walking is better than driving), and it was so good we came back the next evening. Nice fireplace and nice windows onto rock and trees. We had beet salad, lamb chops, various other things, all good....More
The food is quite good, there is a lot of choice of food, salmon, shrimp, six or more kind of cheese, vegetable salad, roasted chicken, duck, beef, rice pilaf, lamb with rosemary, ratatouille, sausage, bacon, potatoes, egg benedict waffle, pancake, muffin, fruit, juice.
Like all hotel restaurants, this one charges too much for the food that it offers, even at NWT prices. The room and the menu are both suitable for a hotel in downtown Toronto or Montreal. The service is average. The prices are outrageous. If I...More
Okay the Sunday brunch is simply a MUST! Every Sunday, you need to call ahead and make a reservation, but absolutely BEST buffet brunch I've ever had! My family from Vancouver came here on their visit and insisted on returning on their last day! Having...More
Of many many meals here...... lunch and dinner I think I have had two failures ...... both of which were addressed at the time of paying the bill, no complaints on what I have had for all intents and purposes but a bit of flexibility...More
This place is the most upscale restaurant in the city. They are the best for game meat dishes: venison, bison, pheasant, etc. Nice desserts too, but a bit too sweet for my taste. Make reservation before ahead of the time you go, they get really...More
It's the second time we come to Yellowknife for the northern lights, and we had another dinner at this restaurant. It was really excellent; the wine stole the show (Malbec, Phoebus 2015) but also the elk steak and the arctic char were delicious. Our server...More