This was a very mediocre dining experience. We had invited a friend to join us at this incredibly beautiful National Park. After a long hike, we were looking forward to an excellent meal. Instead, I was embarrassed by the poor quality of the Lodge's food. I ordered the Ahi tuna. What arrived were two thin slices of grey frozen Ahi. ($39) My friend ordered Halibut and was unimpressed with the quality and presentation. ($39) My husband's Caesar salad was obviously out of a bag with food chain croutons. He never received the oyster crackers he requested. Service was slow and unimpressive. We have stayed and dined at similar Park hotels, such as Yosemite's Ahwahnee and Canada's NP Fairmont Hotels. Xanterra is missing a great opportunity to offer the public a first class lodge experience at one of our most beautiful NP settings.
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