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About Grandview Dining Room - Priddis Greens Golf & Country Club
Located on a bluff overlooking the rolling foothills, only a half hour drive southwest of Calgary, with a spectacular view that extends all the way to the Rocky Mountains, the Clubhouse at Priddis Greens is truly unique in southern Alberta. Gazing out the glass-walled dining room, it is easy to forget you are only a few short minutes from the City of Calgary.
Although the golf course itself is a private facility, the dining room is open to the public. Our friendly staff and management welcome each person walking through the doors as though they were lifelong members.
With a full menu to satisfy just about every culinary desire, Priddis Greens is an ideal destination for lunch, dinner or for our outstanding Sunday brunch, which consistently rates amongst the best in southern Alberta. Priddis Greens offers an exceptional experience whether you are looking for a light lunch, with fresh salads and sandwiches, homemade soup or a full course with a professional wine list.
Calgary, AB T0L 1W0
Continental, Gastro Pub
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast: Saturday: 10:30am - 2:00pm
Sunday Brunch: 10:30am - 1:30pm
Lunch: Saturday: 11:00am - 4:00pm
Dinner: Friday - Saturday: 4:30pm - 8:00pm
CAN$31 to CAN$50
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
Banquet, Beer, Fireplace, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Grandview Dining Room - Priddis Greens Golf & Country Club Ratings and Reviews
We annually have a Sunday brunch near Christmas with the entire family at Priddis Greens and it was wonderful again this year. Delicious food and a huge variety. The sticky toffee pudding is amazing. Love the waffles! We love the big, round table which allows us all to visit together and catch up. Great view from our window table. A great family tradition.
Food has definitely improved but no ambiance. Hockey game on in fine dining room on Saturday night. Loud with no background music and dimmed lights. One server for 40 plus people- they couldn’t ALL have been walkins so where was the advanced planning ? So sad because this room has so much potential.
Once seated, we had a table at the window and were trying to enjoy the scenic views but were distracted by flies hovering around the window which also bothered us while eating. The buffet hot dishes were warm, and when we asked for one over-easy egg and one piece of toast at the omelet/scrambled egg station, the cook said he will go to the kitchen and bring it out, which took sometime. So not sure why this couldn't happen at the station as the cook had multiple pans and burners as well why not have a toaster available? The service was ok, although we had to look for someone more than once for something like a refill of coffee, or take away dirty plates, get ketchup. The price for the Sunday Brunch does not correlate either. For these reasons the experience wasn't great.
I ordered chicken fingers for my 3 year old granddaughter. For $7 She got 1 very well cooked finger and some fries. The drink would have been $3.50 She drank water.
Yesterday at Swiss Chalet I ordered chicken fingers for her. For $6.99 she got 3 plump chicken fingers,fries and a drink. Desert was included.
When will Priddis stop overcharging for items on the menu or make sure the children get a decent meal. Fortunately for the adults the food was okay although I must say the two Rack of Lambs were excellent.
Our server Gillian was excellent. However, I have 3 slightly negative comments. 1) we all looked at the menu online and realized that several prices on the actual menu were significantly higher; 2) there was no Sea bass, which I predicted on our drive out. A suggestion would be to take it off the menu and use it as a feature when it is available; 3) our second bottle of white wine was not chilled. We should have been told that before it was opened, and we would have chosen something else. Overall, a very enjoyable evening.
Orange juice was watered down too much ( try some topicana) Coffee very mediocre (people like great coffee,that's why Starbucks is successful!!) Sausages dry and tuff(buy good Costco sausages,they stay juicy longer). By noon,when we arrived, food was picked over….and only caesar salad replaced as the salad that was left was too soggy. Fish was gone, cheese plate almost empty. The rest of the brunch was good-but since the club brings in about 800k a year mandatory from members for the restaurant, before they've made one plate of french fries , i would expect better quality.One waitress spilled lemonade all over our table, so we had to move- and another waitress topped my wifes tea cup up with coffee!!Sunday brunch used to be popular and great-last Sunday there was about two dozen people dining there- and seven of them were my family.
The group I entertained has extensive culinary skills and confessed that there are at least 6 other private Golf courses where they would rather eat downtown instead of the club house. They all gave Priddis Greens excellent marks on the dinner and service and would be delighted to return for very pleasant dining experience. Thank you
Good ambience, excellent views, relaxing, and enjoyable. Mother's Buffett dinner had ample choices for all ages and tastes. A good mix of appetizers, salads and entree choices. Our service was efficient and our waiter polite and attentive.
I would have no problem recommending the dining room for special events. Price point is reasonable.
Recommended for a casual meal in a beautiful setting in a club house atmosphere located 30-45 minutes west of Calgary. Service was friendly and attentive. My personal favorite - the blackened grilled salmon entre served with a maple bacon glaze, quinoa pilaf and steamed vegetables (carrots, parsnip, and red pepper) was delicious and quite reasonably priced.
We took a couple of friends for Sunday brunch.It was a lovely sunny day and we thoroughly enjoyed the wonderful brunch.There was a great variety of dishes and it was all good.The girls who serve at table are always very pleasant and the atmosphere is always relaxing.
Our friends called the following day to say how much they enjoyed our invitation.
Thankyou for a successful day.
Yours sincerely, Eileen Morrison.
My first time at the Grandview Dining Room was last Sunday for brunch buffet. I was very impressed with the selection of food and enjoyed the relaxing environment. The staff were friendly and though our server forgot to quality check our meals her manner was very professional and polite. It was a very enjoyable experience and I would defiantly give the Grandview Dining Room a high recommendation.
Till next time! Thank you.
We had heard great things about Priddis Green restaurant but found it to be quite ordinary and a tad over-priced for their Sunday Brunch offerings. We had to work to get the attention of the wait staff which was annoying. The view from the floor to ceiling windows is fabulous and if it had been a warm sunny day, being out on the deck would have been marvelous.
The dining room at Priddis is a lovely place. It's quiet, relaxing, and the views are spectacular. We were a little disappointed on a few fronts, though. Firstly, it was my mother's birthday and when we reserved our table we asked for a seat by the window. When we arrived, the hostess apologized and said the table they'd designated wasn't available so they sat us at another table to wait for the one by the window.
The table they sat us at was dirty although no one acknowledged it until we pointed it out after which they asked if we wanted to move to yet another table while we wait for our first choice - we decided that was silly and declined. Halfway through our meal, the table they'd hoped to move us to was still occupied so they finally offered a rectangular table for 10 (we were 5) in the corner of the room near a window because those folks didn't show up. At this stage, we were well-settled into our meals (all at different stages of eating) and figured we would stay.
The 2nd disappointment was the flies. I understand that sometimes these things can't be helped but at an uncovered buffet, the 5 or 6 flies that were landing on the open platters of food were really off-putting. No one seemed to be acknowledging or dealing with the problem (eg. there was no staff standing near the buffet covering the food or preventing the flies from landing).
The food selection and quality was fine, although, for the price and location, perhaps just 'fine' doesn't quite cut it. The omelet station was a lovely addition but someone making fresh waffles or crepes would have added to the optics of a customized meal.
And lastly, it would have been nice for the wait-staff to put a candle in a dessert and wish my Mum a happy birthday. I had written that that was why we were there and no one mentioned or remembered.
I know these are little things, and despite them, my Mum was delighted with her meal and the occasion. But for $40 per person plus tip, we had expected more.
After several very good past experiences for Sunday brunch here ,this latest one was quite disappointing for a number of reasons. Though we were politely and charmingly greeted and seated , it was a good 20 minutes before anyone came and took drink orders . When we got to the brunch buffet, the hot food ,frankly,wasn't - hot , that is ,in spite of being contained in those metal warmers . The cold selections (salads,smoked fish,cheese ,fruit ) were OK but none of the hot breakfast foods were palatable since ,being at the best merely lukewarm,they were gummy and soggy .The eggs benedict and the home fries and scrambled eggs were particularly poor and the waffles were awful ,managing to be both rock-hard onthe outside and mushy inside . Both grandchildren really liked the two sauces,though,caramel and chocolate . The pastries too were not appetizing ,being stale and tasteless .( None of us had the hot ham which was at the carvery table ,nor an omelet ,and those were probably just fine .) The dessert table looked good though neither grandchild ( 11 and 8 ) cared much for the bright turquoise-coloured macaroons ,and the rest of us found too many chocolate-based selections to be unappealing. The service,as mentioned before, was slow to start but once underway ,our server was very diligent and attentive- sorry,I don't remember her name but she was cheerful and quick . The dining room is always visually pleasing and the views are a big draw .But overall, for 5 adults, 2 of them visitors from the UK ,and 2 pre-teens, this latest visit was a disappointment re. the food which definitely on this occasion was not worth the money . We probably will try again at some point since past brunches have been excellent and perhaps this poor experience was a one-off.
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