Earl's is a restaurant you can always rely on to be consistently good, with pretty good service. The server here was a bit overwhelmed when we came, and forgot a couple of drinks on the first go round, but she got comfortable and did a great job for the rest of the meal. Atmosphere and food quality are both great!
J'y ai très bien mangé durant mon séjour à Banff. Dans une ambiance chic tout en étant décontractée c'est la place pour bien manger sans faire un trou dans le budget des vacances.
If you are looking for healthy food in Banff your options are limited, most restaurants are pizza, pasta or burgers. So even though we had a bad experience in Earls in Calgary, reviewed, we gave it another go and this time it delivered. There was never an issue with the standard of the ingredients served it was they were unable... more
The food and drinks were both wonderful and served pretty quickly, especially considering that the restaurant was packed for dinner.
Our server and bartender, Jamie, was also awesome! He was friendly, charming, attentive and very knowledgeable about the menu. He had great recommendations for us. Really excellent customer service, especially during the dinner rush! I'd definitely visit again if... more
When we entered the restaurant, we were told that we'd have to wait at least half an hour for a table. So, we decided to take a seat at the bar and grab a drink while we waited. We were immediately greeted by a young bartender. He introduced himself as Jamie. Well, we never made it to a table, as... more
I don't reccomend the calamari. But the ceasur salad with cajun chicken was quite good. Good ambience.
Western Canadian favorite with upbeat atmosphere and big global menu. Finger foods, burgers, sandwiches, Canadian Angus steaks pasta, chicken, fresh salmon and thin crust pizza. Mains $14-$34. Nightly drink specials. Mountain views from large windows.
This restaurant serves up spicy dishes in about 10 minutes—by very friendly and attentive servers. The certified Angus beef is excellent, and so tender you can cut it with a spoon. The pesto pizzas are a departure from the traditional tomato paste variety, but are light and delicious. Every Monday is Margarita Monday, with glasses of the green poison selling for a mere CAD2. A small bar at the... more