How often is it that you travel and eat at the same restaurant more than once? For me, that happens almost never. I’ll maybe visit the same coffee shop more than once, but over the course of a week it’s so uncommon that I’ll visit the same restaurant for a full sit down meal. During my recent trip to Revelstoke, British Columbia I had such a fantastic meal with my family at Quartermaster Eatery that we returned a few nights later for round two!
Over our two visits, I’m pretty sure we tried everything on the menu that appealed to us, which is always a huge win. On both visits, we started with the Artisan Fire Grilled Bread. The bread was thick and doughy and served with a red pepper sauce that we couldn’t get enough of.
We also ordered the Sticky Maple Duck Wings. They were fall off the bone tender and covered our fingers with the sticky maple glaze. This was a huge hit.
We also really loved the Elk Chorizo Salad. There were plenty of greens, fresh veggies, and slices of elk chorizo. Unlike traditional chorizo, this was sliced to resemble jerky and added a nice spicy, salty, smoky flavor to the salad.
The first time we visited, my mom and I split two entrees. One of them being the Daily Catch. It was salmon when we visited and it was prepared over roasted veggies. It was cooked to perfection with crispy skin. It was a great salmon.
The other dish we shared was the Daily Chef Creation. When I heard the special was Peruvian Chicken, I knew I had to order it. I love Peruvian chicken and this was no exception. The chicken was blackened and served over roasted veggies with the most delicious avocado sauce. I seriously considered ordering this the second time we visited.
On our second visit, my brother and I each ordered the Bone-in Tenderloin which was a beautiful cut of meat. Not only was it huge, but it was also served bone in which I always prefer. We both loved every last bite of this dish.
My whole family agrees that meals should be finished with dessert, so we ordered the Molten Belgian Chocolate Cake. The cake was so fudgy and moist and then topped with a scoop of vanilla ice cream and crushed pecans. The best way to end a meal.
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