Nice setting and atmosphere. Served fast and politely. Food was good but little different than I was used to. Would go again but order differently probably.
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I was in town for business and a local colleague took me to lunch at the Whistle Stop. It is a refurbished old train car that they have turned into a quaint diner, right in "downtown" High River. My soup and sandwich tasted homemade and...More
It was unique to eat in a train car. Small but cozy restaurant. Good size lunch portions and tasty. The one server worked hard to seat and serve everyone in a friendly and quick manner. If you're not in a rush enjoy lunch at the...More
I am a regular visitor to the Train in High River, and love the meals and desserts. The black bottom banana cream pie is to die for. The environment is really neat and a fun concept:) However, the service is atrocious. The two ladies in...More
We were looking for a new lunch stop enroute from calgary to Lethbridge and decided to detour into downtown High River - we found this gem! Great lunch with home made food including borscht today - BF had breakfast and was delicious - I'd eat...More
Food is always delicious - soups and sandwiches mainly, deserts available. Lovely staff - very friendly, frequent top-ups of coffee. Confined space as it is a railway carriage, so no highchairs and not easily accessible for the disabled. Reasonable prices and good quality.
Stopped in on a Sunday for a quick lunch. A very unique spot as the dining area is in a decommissioned railway car. The food is homemade and fresh. I had a gorgeous turkey/avacado/creamcheese sandwich on delicious homemade bread. Accompanied by a santa fe chicken...More
My kids took me here for Father's Day brunch. Great food and service in a fun environment. If you've never had a meal on a rail car (although I've had many) this is great fun, albeit the rail car is static.
I've eaten here a number of times with friends, work meetings and with family. I've never had a bad meal, but I typically stick with my favourite, the chicken melt on a croissant. There are a couple of soup choices every day, fair sized menu...More