Food wonderful; service sub par at best
Warm welcoming hosts with seasoned wait staff. The brunch menu was all encompassing and accommodated a special request from one of our party.
Amazing food, view and atmosphere! Service was incredible!
They've taken a spectacular setting (perched atop Snoqualmie Falls), and paired it with an exceptional culinary experience of local based ingredients in a warm, welcoming dining room with friendly staff. The food is elevated and executed to perfection so don't expect an $18 main dish - they'll run closer to $35 (and up). You do get what you pay for in terms of quality; the food is quite good, and you won't leave feeling hungry. If you want to experience the restaurant for a little less cost, try going for breakfast. Breakfast is still good and scenery is still spectacular.
The food was excellent as usual, we ordered the duck as an appetizer and steaks for dinner. Our waitress was very professional and timely with our service. We loved the dining room so much we went there for breakfast the next day. We really like the heavenly bee tradition our waitor did and the food in the morning was also excellent, we ordered the crab eggs benedict, they were not shy with the amount of crab and large yummy chunks of it under the egg. Just delicious. Also try the bloody mary with shrimp and bacon in it.
Beautiful ambiance, and I loved that me and my partner had a very private booth to ourselves, with a gorgeous view of the one of the falls. I really loved the service, especially with the touch of the honey ceremony where it’s dropped from high above on the biscuits. Made to resemble the falls, it’s a really nice touch, and adds the most lovely sweetness to those delightful little biscuits. Delicious food, including the fish and chips, the omelet, and the French toast was seriously fantastic. That was topped with candied hazelnuts, on a bed of orange marmalade, with a side of their vanilla whipped cream which was to die for. It was seriously like sweet whipped vanilla butter, I almost asked for a tub for the road. Will definitely be returning for that alone, and I loved that it came with my french press of coffee as well. Along with the melting chocolates, raw sugar, and cream, it was just perfect.
we had a lovely time for my mothers 79th bd. they even surprised her with a bd dessert. fabulous food and service!
Had friends in from Los Angeles and wanted to take them some where special on New Years Day. We had a fantastic table next to the window and a great server. The fog was so low that sitting there along the windows we could not see the falls. Having been to the lodge over the years I know how beautiful the falls outside those windows, so today was a real disappointment. The food and the experience were great and we all had a great time.
What a disappointment! From food to service , one big disappointment. We have eaten upstairs in the attic several times and both food and service are delightful, but the dining room experience was NOT the same. Service was casual and unattentive , especially for the price. Food was at best ok, menu was limited. Ordered a beet salad that had maybe 3 small pieces of beet. Beef Wellington, pastry tasted burnt while beef was very rare. Would never spend the money to dine in the dining room again.
Poor follow-through by Salish & Gwynne Chase, Director of Restaurants at the Salish: after an unsolicited offering to return "on us" due to a poor overall service experience, we received a single gift certificate for HALF of what we spent originally on our special dinner out (27th Wedding Anniversary). Reaching out to Gwynne regarding this unsolicited comp, we've had no reply...silence. Disingenuous and hollow on their offering.