Our daughters treated us to an overnight stay at the Salish Lodge for our birthdays. We had dinner and breakfast in the Dining Room. Both our servers, Amanda and Miranda, were exceptional. Gracious and welcoming, they both made us feel special and well cared for. The duck liver pate was exquisite. I would’ve licked the pot clean if it wasn’t poor manners. The honey and biscuits were scrumptious. Well done.
Had Country Breakfast for two with Classic Mimosas $75
Incredible amount of food and delicious! Worth the cost!
Pricy but worth it.
Our server was phenomenal in every aspect. Knowledgeable, friendly, attentive, with resounding warmth. My only concern was that my $50 steak was overdone and not cooked to my request. Filet Minon should not be difficult to chew. I did not bring it to the attention of our server, as a delay in my steak would have interfered with my partner's dinner. Had I sent my steak back, she would have waited to eat hers. I could not allow the love of my life to eat a cold dinner on my behalf. Not on our anniversary.
Wonderful! The food was excellent!
Enjoyed a delightful dinner to celebrate our anniversary. Everything was fantastic - drinks, food, and service!
It was our 45th anniversary and everything was perfect. Kyle, our server brought rose petals and spread them on the table. Nice touch. We unreservedly recommend this place of subdued elegance and harmony.
Paul and Donna Strassburg
The staff at Salish always make you feel special and make the experience unforgettable. We had out of town friends and we had requested a table with a view, and was not available. Nonetheless, they took us to a balcony for pur friends to have the perfect picture op.
About the food....Amazing as always!!
Nice setting and great food - will definitely return.
Food is always great. Jacob is an excellent server. I've had him several times. And of course the beauty of the waterfall.
$24 for eggs benedict with seasonal vegetables smothered in so much hollandaise that the english muffins were so soggy they turned to mush. It's late November, and the "seasonal vegetables" served on the benedict were roma tomatoes and hot spinach (stating the obvious here, but not only were they prepared in a very unappetizing way, those vegetables are NOT seasonal). The passion fruit mimosa was so sweet I had to turn it back. I had to ask for the wine list twice before the server brought it.
Salish lodge is a beautiful setting especially for out-of-town guests even on a rainy day. Decent breakfast menu with something for everyone including foodies.
My absolute favorite place to celebrate and dine! The atmosphere is cozy, the service is professional and polite, the view is beautiful and the food is delicious. Love it!!!
We had the Pear Bisque Soup, as with all else, was from a very delicate kitchen. The experience and flavors were all memorable.
We had a reservation for 10:45am and when we arrived early at 9:45am, they were able to seat us. We were seated in our own little alcove with a great view of the falls. The bloody mary was on point with spice and taste! The food (brunch) was amazing! For a Friday before the start of a major holiday (Thanksgiving), it was not very full at all. I've been twice before because their brunch is so good; this visit was my husband's first time and he loved it as much as I always do!
Wonderful food and ambiance. We left with a lot of food
No rose petals on our table for our anniversary. Our table was next to the window but we could not see the falls. It was so cold we had to keep on our coats which made it uncomfortable trying to eat.
Very over priced.
The wedding party was loud and distracting.
Our most recent experience having brunch at the Salish was not as good as in years' past. We always bring guests to this spot, but this time the entire experience left something to be desired. We were seated in a weird spot at the back of the restaurant near their event space. The server was nice but she had trouble keeping track of our order. The food was OK, but some of our special requests did not get handled. I just found it to be nowhere near as good as it has been (especially considering the price is not for the faint of heart- which is fine if you're getting 5 star quality, but not so much when you're having an off experience).
This is the third time I've been, and it's always great. The brunch for 2 is an amazing value and one of the reasons I keep going back. As a great plus, there's free valet parking and a wonderful waterfall.
A favorite place for a special occasion. A walk to watch the falls is a must. Enjoy the atmosphere, service, and food.
Birthday dinner, food was great and our server, Nicole was fantastic!
Prices were high, which we expected, but the $5-6 charge for splitting a sandwich was unexpected and something we would have avoided if they'd mentioned it. (It's a sandwich. Presumably it comes cut in half regardless...)
Hidden charges aside, the drinks were great and food delicious.
We requested a view of the falls, got a table by the window, but couldn't see the falls. Toward the end of our meal, they ushered us out of our table (to make room for another party) and we saw that some tables do actually have a view.
Fantastic place, food and service. We definitely will be back!
We had the beet salad. It was excellent
The ribeye steak was done perfectly.
Had a side of mashed potatoes which was delicious.
Overall it was a great experience with great views.
Will go again
The experience was great. Everyone was attentive and provided friendly service. The food was delicious and beautifully presented. The tradition of “honey from heaven” added a fun touch!
This is a great spot to try for restaurant week, or if you want to splurge it is a very nice restaurant.
Particularly impressed that Bennworked to accommodate appropriate room requested by us! ALSO our waitress recognized that eggs Benedict was not cooked as ordered and corrected it- have never had a waitperson acknowledge this on their own! Our group member was just going to eat it instead of bring it up.
Excellent food and service, even if some of the descriptions were on the pretentious side. "Roasted Beet Carpaccio" anyone? Yes... that's "beet" and not "beef" :D
It was a perfect experience. We were not rushed through our meal and enjoyed every bite. Portions were perfect and the bread starter was warm from the oven.
I was here 44 years ago. It was top drawer then and it's only gotten better. The Four Course breakfast is beyond wonderful. It is an experience.