-Beer: I tried the wheat and the honey brown, both were very tasty
-New York Strip steak: Good flavor, cooked perfect medium rare, liked the peppery gravy for dipping steak and fries
-Burgers were tasty and quickly devoured
-Portions: All were very generous
-Price: Prices were moderate for the Tremblant Village compared to other dining spots. We spent 115 without tip for family of 5 (4 adult meals, 1 kids meal, sodas, and two beers - no apps or deserts).
-Service: Only one waiter plus two helpers on duty for the entire restaurant (~15 tables), which was mostly full even though traffic in the village overall was pretty light. The waiter was obviously over worked, was rushed and a bit short with us (although not outright rude). I waited most of the way through my meal to get my second beer. The food was delivered pretty fast, as they clearly are focused on turning tables over quickly.
-Ribs: They were very fatty, and my son who is a major rib hound found only a few bits of meat among the fat to enjoy.
-Fish and Chips: A large piece of decent fish was marred by an overly heavy batter.
-Side Cesar salads: Were delivered on the same plate as the hot food,. They were tasty but I am not a fan of steak juice in my salad.
-Atmosphere: A casual microbrewery experience, but overly load music matched with overly load conversation (particularly in the bar area) made it difficult to carry on conversations at the table or with the waiter.
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