A five star restaurant in the heart of the Eastern Sierras. Amazing dinner and dessert selections. What more can you ask for?
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The building is very well decorated. You know you are in a place, sort of chalet, that works during the winter. Both bar and restaurant are very well maintained. Impeccable napkins. Tables very cosy. The waiters are very attentive and offer excellent advices on wine...More
Quaint place with high end food at reasonable prices for unique items that you don't get other places. Food is fresh and lasting flavors with great presentation. Nice staff and great desert selections.
We enjoyed our anniversary dinner at The Restaurant and had a great time. While it is true that it feels like a classic older type of restaurant, that is the charm of it. I had the Beef Wellington which is a very difficult dish to...More
The restaurant has been there since 1959. Some of the menu items are stuck in the 70s, e.g. Beef Wellington and Bananas Foster. It's a rustic setting. Our table had a window overlooking a campsite with kids running around. We started off with the Burgundy...More
Great place! Already reviewed in the Convict Lake link. Fine dining, not a family restaurant. Menu is small and to the point. Very unusual selections and extremely well prepared
Service was wonderful. I had the rainbow trout. It was fresh and incredible. My husband had the Beef Wellington and said he chose wrong. It was too heavy for him. The rest of us loved our food. Great setting. Nice wine selection.
just finished camping for a week at Convict lake we thought we would give this little restaurant a try. the menu was surprisingly sophisticated for what appeared to be a mountain lodge. the service was spot on and the food was amazing.
While on a recent camping trip, we splurged and had dinner here with our son and daughter-in-law. We got to the restaurant a little before our reservation, so we sat in the bar for a glass of wine. They have a nice wine list and...More