We had planned a special Valentine's day brunch date at Salish Lodge. We ordered the country breakfast. The food was really good, just too much. Our waitress didn't really check on us in between courses, and we had to specially request the 'honey from heaven' service, even though it was listed as part of the experience. The view was wonderful.
We came for a special Valentine’s breakfast. Can we all agree that breakfast is the best meal of the day? We had to bring our infant son along. We requested a table by the window on our reservation. They seated us in a private room overlooking the falls!! Talk about amazing! Our server Kyle was awesome! He was so friendly, prompt, & knowledgeable. We had an absolutely fantastic morning!
We enjoyed our early Valentine's day celebration and the quiet atmosphere and view were fantastic.
it was our 5th anniversary, is was sunny outside and my wife and I were seated at our requested table near the window promptly. We enjoyed the experience of great service by Melissa B., wonderful coffee and food with some take home dessert.
This was my first time dining at Salish Lodge. I took my husband for an early Valentine's brunch and we had a wonderful experience. Although the prices are a bit steep it was well worth the overall experience and outstanding service we received. We enjoyed our food as well. The pancakes are big portions and delicious.
Great food d and service and the falls are spectacular
An absolutely beautiful setting, particularly on a sunny day and with a window seat. Which we had. Breakfast was delicious and the service was attentive and professional. This is definitely a Northwest treasure.
Wonderful view of the falls! Staff was fantastic. A great experience all around.
They lost power and had to shutdown the kitchen before our entrees served. Will need to return
We went there to celebrate my grandson's 12th birthday, just him and me. I surprised him with the view of the waterfall, which received a grand reaction and high praise as we watched it from our seats in the restaurant. My daughter who could be a professional chef has raised my grandson to be a foodie and he is not that easy to please when we go out. He gave high praise for the food here. The food was excellent and very creative with the honey fall tradition dating back to 1916 or so...our waiter was great and while he was very busy, we never felt neglected. The coffee service was such a surprise ( I won't ruin the surprise) and I would go there just for coffee knowing what I know now and having experienced this amazing service. My goal was to make this Sunday brunch an experience for my grandson and after walking out to the Falls and taking a bunch of pictures and reading about the history and all, he agreed that it truly was a wonderful experience. We left with very full and satisfied tummies.