The restaurant is described as being fine dining and it is. My wife and I went there in mid-March for Sunday supper. Both of our meals were great. We both chose the table d'hote ($55 each) which was worth the price. Our first course included a tasty onion soup and a beet plate (beets prepared 3 ways). For our entrees my wife had lamb, prepared 2 ways, and I had red deer. For desert I had a fantastic chocoate square (alone worth the price of admission) and my wife enjoyed a cheese tray. No complaints about the meal. Service was good. Our tables overlooked the creek and the waterfall. A beautiful spot. No hesitation recommending this restaurant.