The clue to the location of the Chopper’s Landing Restaurant is in the name; the restaurant is located right next to the helipad in the Lower Village, so if you’ve spent a terrific day skiing the off piste terrain at Panorama, Chopper’s is an ideal location for a drink, a bite to eat and plenty of reminiscing about the epic adventures you’ve had. The restaurant is of course open to those skiing on piste as well. The friendly laid back atmosphere is welcoming for everyone including groups, families and couples. Samples from the menu as of the 13/14 season are some mouth-watering burgers, sandwiches, steaks, surf & turf and hearty homemade soups.
Opening hours are usually 3pm Wednesday to Sunday.
The Wildfire Rustic Grill serves up some tasty value for money fusion food with a smile. The Grill is located in the Pine Inn in the Upper Village. The menu is suitable for all ages and includes the likes of halibut, St. Louis ribs, duck and steaks that are cooked perfectly. To round off a great day’s skiing, The Wildfire Rustic Grill is perfect for families and groups alike .
Open at 5pm for dinner.
2040 Summit Dr, Panorama, BC V0A 1T0 Canada
Located in the Earl Grey Lodge, the award-winning Grey’s restaurant provides a great first-class dining experience that simply cannot be missed if you are visiting Panorama. There is an a la carte menu which has everything from lobster and bacon risotto to uniquely Canadian offerings like boar tacos and braised elk. Children and vegetarians are equally welcome too with special menus for both. The Earl Grey Lodge is well-suited to weddings and special occasions. To discuss your requirements, get in contact with the friendly British expat owners, Phil and Clare. To wet your taste buds, have at the full la carte menu, which is on their website. The restaurant is rightfully popular so reservations are recommended.
Earl Grey Lodge, 2069 Panorama, British Columbia, V0A 1T0 Canada
If you are after a truly unforgettable après ski experience at Panorama, for special and ordinary occasions alike, then you must take the last lift of the day to the summit and check out the fine food available at the Summit Hut. The Summit Hut has some absolutely spectacular panoramic views of over a thousand Rockies peaks, an intimate atmosphere and some famously delicious fondue, which come in two varieties – traditional cheese and a beef, seafood and vegetable option. Rounding off an utterly unforgettable experience is the guided ski down to the Panorama Village. The special après fondue experience is popular, so reservations are recommended.
The Summit Hut offers more than après fondue and is open from 10 am to 4pm daily. To warm you up, there is a good selection of delicious hot drinks, soups and homemade food to choose from. To calm you down, there is a selection of beers, soft drinks and, of course, some fine British Columbian wines.
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If you fancy a short break from the action and you need a coffee to warm you up/recharge your batteries so you put some more blinding runs in, be sure to head to Lusti’s Cappuccino Bar. They proudly serve Kicking Horse Coffee, which is the no.1 Fair Trade organic coffee brand in Canada.
Lusti’s is located in the Tamarack Lodge in the Upper Village.
For the tastiest pizza in the Panorama Village head to Mile High Pizza, which is located in the Toby Creek Lodge next to the General Store in the Lower Village. The home made, stone-baked pizzas come with a nice variety of toppings. Mile High also serve salads and appetisers and you can either eat-in or take your food back to your accommodation. To order, call: 250.341.4444 (delivery service not available).
Opening hours: 4:30pm - 10pm daily
The aptly named Great Hall is in the Upper Village next to the ski lifts, so it is a perfect place for a pre-skiing coffee or a quick bite to eat between runs. If you can’t wait to get back to the skiing, there’s some tasty sushi, salads and sandwiches to take with you. Hot meals to warm you up in the cold Canadian winter are also available, including soups, daily specials, burgers, and pizza. The stir fries from the stir fry station, where you can choose your ingredients, are not to be missed. The Great Hall can accommodate up to 250 people, so it is a super location for special occasions and wedding receptions.
If you’re heading to the slopes in the morning, drop by the Picnic Café for a delicious cup of Kicking Horse Coffee, which is the number one Fair Trade organic brand in Canada. The café is a stone’s throw away from the lifts, located in the Pine Inn in the Upper Village. The café is also open for lunch if you need a short break from the slopes. At lunchtime, they serve up a delicious variety of sandwiches, soups and freshly baked foods.
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