Canadian Rockies Dining Guide, Jasper

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Restaurants in Canadian Rockies, Jasper

Jasper, Alberta

Jasper boasts a wide-range of ethnic foods, including Greek, Japanese, Chinese, Canadian, Eastern European and fusions of about anything you can imagine. Restaurants range from little cafes, pizza joints and high-end dining. Please use our extensive list to browse for the right restaurant for you.

Alpine Grill

Find a unique combination of North American and Korean cuisine at the Alpine Grill, including steaks, burgers, hot sandwiches, stir frys, bulgogi and kimchi.

624 Connaught Dr
(780) 852-4930
Main Courses: $12 – $23

Andy’s Bistro

In search of top-notch world fusion cuisine in Jasper? Look no further. Andy’s will give you some interesting and delicious options you won’t find anywhere else. It’s current menu features such dishes as Veal Emince Zurich Style, Tortilla Crusted Salmon, or Filet Mignon with Pesto and Goat Cheese.

606 Patricia St
(780) 852-4559
Open: 5 p.m. – close
Main Courses: $22 – $48

Anthony’s Restaurant

Anthony’s will be sure to give you a hearty meal before you head off to enjoy the mountains. Try belly-filling staples such as chicken potpie, meatloaf and fiery-hot chili, as well as fresh salmon and free-range chicken. No restaurant in Alberta would be complete without a steak section on the menu, and this place obliges by providing AAA Alberta Angus beef grilled any way you like it.

200 Connaught Dr. Amethyst Lodge
(780) 852-3394
Open: 7 a.m. – 11 a.m., 5 p.m. – 10 p.m.
Main Courses: $8 – $18

Becker’s Gourmet Restaurant

The warmth and charm of wood and stone echos the fine taste that makes Becker’s such a pleasure, magnificent view of Mount Kerkeslin and the Athabasca River enhances this dining experience. Try such specialties as Becker’s sunflower roasted pork tenderloin, apricot glazed rack of lamb or the Moroccan spiced chicken.

Just five minutes south of Jasper, on Icefields Parkway at Becker’s Chalets
(780) 852-3535
Open: 8 a.m. – 2 p.m., 5:30 p.m. – 10 p.m.
Main Courses: $19 – $35

Bright Spot

Looking for a simple but good meal, or a great place to take the family after a day in the mountains? The Bright Spot features pizza, burgers, pasta, finger foods, familiar entrees, Greek dishes, specialty salads and hot and cold sandwiches, and serves breakfast all day.

701 Connaught Dr.
(780) 852-3094
Main Courses: $7 – $17

Caledonia Grill

The Caledonia Grill focuses on true Canadian cuisine including fresh, local ingredients such as like Wild Canadian duck breast, Alberta beef. You’ll also find some great staples such as burgers, pastas, and stirfries for those hungry hikers.

600 Connaught Dr
(780) 852-4070
Open: 7 a.m. – 2:30 p.m., 5 p.m. – 10 p.m.
Main Courses: Avg. $17

Cantonese Restaurant

Cantonese Restaurant serves up familiar oriental entrees, such as Moo Goo Gai Pan and Kung Po Chicken and delicious specialties such as Cantonese-style barbecued duck and sliced beef with spicy satay sauce. A great place to feed a family, and make sure everyone is satisfied.

608 Connaught Dr
Open: 11 a.m. – 11 p.m.
Main Courses: Avg. $13

Country Inn Restaurant

The Country Inn is an excellent family dining restaurant, starring local Alberta beef and pork among wonderful seafood, chicken, and pasta dishes and daily specials.

94 Geikie St,
(780) 852-4431
Open: 6:30 a.m. – 11 a.m., 5 p.m. – 10 p.m.
Main Courses: Avg. $13

Denjiro Japanese Restaurant

Denjiro takes Japanese traditional cuisine seriously, from the style of their restuarant, to every ingredient in their authentic food. Start your meal with include steamed dumplings or tofu salad, then dig into some tempura dishes or stir-fry. Of course, there is delicious sushi including California rolls, octopus rolls, and tuna rolls.

10 Connaught Dr
(780) 852-3780
Open: noon – 2:30 p.m. (summer), 5 p.m. – 10:30 p.m.
Main Courses: $16


If all those hours of “ooing” and “aahing” over our spectacular mountain scenery has left you hungry, welcome to Earls Jasper restaurant, home of smiling faces, that easy-going Earls vibe, and a menu that’s second to none for flavorful freshness, from salads to steaks, from tried-and-true favourites, to edgy new fusion tastes. And who can resist earls appetizers and snacks, like Leroy’s Crispy Dry Ribs and Crab and White Cheddar Bake?

600 Patricia St.
(780) 852-2393
Open: 11:30 a.m. to midnight (summer)
Main Courses: Avg. $13

Edith Cavell Dining Room

Towering Mountains, glistening lake, sparkling skies. The only views that could outshine the postcard perfect vista from the Four Diamond Edith Cavell Dining Room are its elegant china, crystal and tapestry setting, or the spectacular menu. Each dish celebrates the treasures of North America’s fields, seas and rivers with a deft, contemporary touch. Thoughtful service provides the perfect finishing touch, which will be an experience that will capture your heart and your palate. Dress code is semi-formal, reservations are required.

1 Old Lodge Rd
(780) 852-6052
Open: 6 p.m. – 9 p.m. (closed for the winter, except for select holiday hours)
Main Courses: Avg. $28

Embers Steakhouse

Dark Cherrywood and forest-green walls make this Jasper restaurant at the Marmot Lodge the perfect place to enjoy a relaxed meal. The award-winning menu includes AAA Alberta beef, lamb chops, grilled seafood. And with a superior wine list, diners can enjoy a glass of wine while marveling at great views of the Canadian Rocky Mountains.

86 Connaught Dr. Marmot Lodge
(780) 852-4471
Open: 7 a.m. – 11 a.m., 5 p.m. – 10 p.m.
Main Courses: Avg. $21

Fiddle River Seafood Restaurant

The name says it all. At fiddle River, you’ll find some of Canada’s best seafood, from arctic char to British Columbia salmon, local trout and swordfish. Seafood here is served creatively, with inventive and delicious sauces. If you find yourself dragged along by some seafood lovers, don’t worry, the steak and chicken is top-notch too.

620 Connaught Dr. 2nd floor
(780) 852-3032
Open: 5 p.m. – 10 p.m.
Main Courses: Avg. $20

Inn Restaurant

A glass atrium gives this restaurant wonderful views, although if you want more, opt for the outdoor terrace. The menu focuses on Canadian fare, including Alberta steaks, mountain trout, and Atlantic salmon. accompanying them are baby back ribs, homemade pastas, fondue, and chicken Wellington. There is also a great wine and dessert selection.

98 Geikie St, Jasper Inn
(780) 852-3232
Open: 6:30 a.m. – 11 a.m., 5 p.m. – 11 p.m. (summer); 7 a.m. – 10 a.m., 5 p.m. – 10 p.m. (winter)
Main Courses: Avg. $17

Jasper House Dining Room

The Jasper House prides itself on serving one of the best breakfast buffets in town. For dinner, select from hearty, made from scratch dishes such as chicken pot pie, Lamb osso bucco or stuffed salmon Neptune or choose our nightly special.

Icefields Pkwy (Hwy 93), 2 miles south of Jasper
(780) 852-3113
Open: 7:30 a.m. – 10 a.m., 5:30 p.m. to close
Main Courses: Avg. $14

Jasper Pizza Place

The Pizza Palace serves up quality pizza cooked in a wood-burning oven with exotic ingredients such as smoked salmon, capers, artichokes, palm hearts and scallops. You’ll also find traditional pasta dishes, full-meal salads, burgers, ribs and much more.

402 Connaught
(780) 852-3225
Open: 11 a.m. – 11 p.m.
Main courses: $6 – $16

Karouzos Steak House

A friendly and inviting steakhouse, without a hint of snootiness. Here you’ll find the best in local steak: classic cuts of Alberta beef. There’s also a seafood selection including rainbow trout, halibut and salmon. Ribs, pasta and pizza and a kids menu make it the perfect place for almost any group outing.

628 Connaught Dr
(780) 852-4640
Open: 11 a.m. – 11 p.m. (closed Oct – Mar)
Main Courses: Avg. $25

Kim Chi House

Small homey restaurant and Korean food. Meats and vegetables BBQ’d on your table, seafood pot stew, sizzling chicken, stirfrys, hot garlic squid and spare ribs. Dumpling and tempura dishes. Hot pepper kimchi.

407 Patricia St
780 852-5022

Main courses: $12-$20

Open for lunch and dinner

Villa Kontos

Excellent restaurant for unique dinners in Jasper. Try traditional Greek fare such as lamb souvlaki, moussaka, or spanakopita and Ukrainian specialties include pierogies and stuffed cabbage rolls. There are also delicious pizzas, great for families.

622 Patricia St,
(780) 852-3444
Open: 11 a.m. – 11 p.m.
Main Courses: Avg. $15

L & W Restaurant

The L& W combines cooking of Canada, Italy, and Greece, bringing you Alberta beef, chicken cacciatore and calamari on the same menu.. You’ll also find pan-fried rainbow trout, prime rib, pizza and a full bar.

Hazel Ave. and Patricia St.
(780) 852-4114
Open: 10 a.m. – midnight (summer), 11 a.m. – 11 p.m. (winter)
Main Courses: $ 9 – $18

La Fiesta

You’ll find a wide variety of food at La Fiesta, including tapas, won tons, Paella-saffron tomato rice with mussels, oat-crusted salmon, and chocolate espresso BBQ chicken with green chili corn bread(entrees $24-$30). The hardest thing here will be deciding what dish to limit yourself to.

504 Patricia St
(780) 852-0404
Open: 4:30 p.m. – 10 p.m.
Main Courses: $13 – $30

Meadows Restaurant

Menu selections at the Meadows Restaurant are light-hearted with a European accent. A casual atmosphere and friendly service energize the scene. For breakfast, Meadows serves an ala carte menu or breakfast buffet, or join them for dinner complimented with a fantastic menu and superb wine list (summer months only). Recommendations required for dinner.

1 Old Lodge Rd, Jasper Park Lodge
(780) 852-3301
Open: 8 a.m. – 11:30 a.m., 5 p.m. – 10 p.m.
Main Courses: Avg. $20

Miss Italia Ristorante

Traditional Italian fare includes vegetable lasagna, and Italian sausage in tomato sauce and homemade pastas include linguine with clam sauce and spaghetti carbonara. Desserts, wines, and specialty coffees are also available. Several outdoor tables sit amid lush greenery.

610 Patricia St. Patricia Centre
(780) 852-4002
Open: 7:30 am – 11 p.m. (summer), 9 a.m. – 10 p.m. (winter)
Main Courses: Avg. $15

Moose’s Nook Northern Grill

Bent wood high back chairs, cowhide covered menus, native artwork, wildlife paintings, relics of bygone eras and depictions of local landscapes give the Moose’s Nook wonderful ambiance. The Nook’s culinary team matches the expectations set up by the decor with the best ingredients available in Canada’s prairies and Rocky Mountains, and the freshest fish from the pristine rivers of the Great Canadian White North. Creative regional cuisine and an outstanding selection of VQA Canadian as well as International wines complete the menu. Collared shirts recommended for men.

1 Old Lodge Rd, Jasper Park Lodge
(780) 852-6052
Open: 6 p.m. – 9 p.m.
Main Courses: Avg. $26

Mount Robson Restaurant

Steak tops the are tops the menu here with classic New York strips, top sirloins, and T-bones. The menu doesn’t end with steak though. Mount Robson Restaurant also offers pork, lamb, salmon, veal, chicken, pastas and vegetarian dishes. Be sure to check into a patio seat when the weather’s nice, and a crowd of locals hasn’t already beat you to it.

West end of Connaught Dr.
(780) 852-4504
Open: 7 a.m. – 11 p.m. (summer)

O’Shea’s Restaurant

O’Shea’s serves up a reliable breakfast lunch and dinner, with Alberta steaks, British Columbia salmon, burgers, pasta dishes, chicken, and stir-fries.

510 Patricia St
(780) 852-3386
Open: 11 a.m. – 11 p.m.
Main Courses: Avg. $19

Overlander Mountain Lodge Restaurant

It’s a 30-minute drive to the Overlander from Jasper, but you’ll hardly notice it with all the beautiful scenery on the way. Once you arrive, the ever-changing menu stocked with local ingredients, tempting diners with entrees like steak served in a sauce of red wine, brandy, and green peppercorns, veal scaloppine, rack of lamb, and salmon veronique will keep you entertained.

30 min East of Jasper off Hwy. 16
(780) 866-2330
Open: 7 a.m. – 10:30 a.m., 5:30 p.m. – 9 p.m.
Main Courses: $26 – $35

The Palisades

The Palisades is a long time family owned restaurant in Jasper, with Greek dishes, such as moussaka, souvlaki, spanakopita and calamari, that have been handed down for three generations. There is also delicious Italian food, pizzas and hamburgers.

Cedar Ave. between Connaught Dr. and Patricia St.
(780) 852-5222
Main Courses: $7 to $24

Papa George’s Restaurant

Highly recommended by locals and visitors alike, Papa George’s combines family prices and a family atmosphere with the delicious temptations of our world renowned chef. From steaming fresh bread to blueberry cream cheese strudel, and from homemade hamburgers to saucy pasta, our chef does it all.

404 Connaught Dr, Astoria Hotel
(780) 852-3351
Open: 7 a.m. – 10 p.m.
Main Courses: Avg. $18 – $35

Pines at Pyramid Lake

The Pines Restaurant boasts an award winning menu with spectacular views of the Pyramid Lake and majestic Canadian Rockies, a river rock fireplace in the centre of the restaurant which extends into a pine clad vaulted ceiling. The Pines culinary team prepare innovative Canadian cuisine featuring Alberta beef and wild game specialties.

Pyramid Lake Rd., Pyramid Lake Resort
(780) 852-4900
Open: 7 a.m. – 9 p.m.
Main Courses: $22 – $40

Something Else Restaurant

Something Else’s open kitchen entertains you with the preparation of their unique dishes. Try diverse dishes like jambalaya, spanakopita, pizza, salmon and trout dishes, and of course, Alberta beef.

621 Patricia St
(780) 852-3850
Open: 11 a.m. – 11 p.m.
Main Courses: $15 – $28

Sorrento’s Bistro Bar

Try modern Itallian cuisine with a Canadian twist, including bison carpaccio, bruschetta and Caesar salad starters. Sorrentos serves 10 different pastas, veal Piccata, rack of lamb and grilled halibut with shrimp and scallop kabob and Chardonnay reduction.

96 Geikie St
(780) 852-5644
Open: 7 a.m. – 11 a.m., 5 p.m. – 10 p.m.
Main Courses: $14 to $32

Sunwapta Falls Restaurant

While gazing upon the mountain peaks at sun set, the Sunwapta Falls Restaurant’s world class chefs prepare inspired dishes to compliment the beauty of your surroundings. Sunwapta uses only the best available ingredients, and presents a variety of meals from deluxe buffet breakfasts, deli-style lunches with hearty homemade soups and stews, to daily fresh baked goods and a signature roast coffee.

Icefields Pkwy (Hwy 93), 33 mi south of Jasper
(780) 852-4852
Open: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
Main Courses: Avg. $23

The Sushi Bar

The name says it all. Nigiri sushi and rolled sushi are both available and come in a range of combinations.

1 Old Lodge Rd, Jasper Park Lodge
(780) 852-1114
Open: 6 a.m. – 11 p.m. (summer only)

Tekarra Lodge Restaurant

The Tekarra Restaurant boasts intensely loyal clientele, which includes Jasper locals, perennial vacationers and has had the pleasure of serving such celebrities as Marilyn Monroe, Elke Sommer and John Travolta just to name a few. A world of experience and a fresh culinary approach are what Chef David George Husereau brings to the Tekarra Restaurant. Alberta born Chef Husereau heard the culinary call at the age of 13. Since then he has gathered experience and expertise for over 20 years in some of Canada’s finest restaurants and hotels. From the moment our guests step through the front door until their last bite of crème brulee, the Tekarra Restaurant is an experience to remember.

Hwy 93A, just south of town
(780) 852-4624
Open: Mid-May to Early Oct. from 5 pm – 11 p.m.

Main courses: $22 – $56

Treeline Restaurant

The glass-enclosed restaurant serves breakfast and lunch (hearty fare such as bacon and eggs, pot pie, and pastas), but dinner is the real treat. It’s planned so that diners can take in the spectacular sunsets from high atop the mountain. Every meal comes with a salad and appetizer bar and a selection of desserts and side dishes. For your entree, choose from Alberta beef, barbecued ribs, British Columbia salmon, roast turkey, and mussels.

Whistler’s Mountain Rd, Off Icefields Pkwy (Hwy 93)
(780) 852-3093
Open: 8:30 a.m. – 10:30 a.m., 11 a.m. – 9:30 a.m.

Tonquin Prime Rib Village

Once again, the name says it all. The Rib Village serves up an amazing prime rib, made extra succulent with a rich au jus. Surf and turf adds a lobster tail. Besides steak, there’s chicken, lamb, trout, veal, and barbecued ribs. Seafood also includes sautéed scallops and prawns broiled in a special garlic sauce.

Juniper St. (across from Chateau Jasper)
(780) 852-4966
Main Courses: $26 – $40

Villa Caruso Steak House & Bar

Meat from beef, lamb, buffalo, or chicken, is the entree of choice here. Villa Caruso also serves up pastas, seafood, and gourmet pizzas. A full bar serves a variety of alcoholic beverages, and heated balconies allow you to take in the views even on chilly evenings.

Connaught Dr. and Hazel Ave.
(780) 852-3920
Open: Summers 11 a.m. – midnight; Nov. – Apr. 3 p.m. – 11 p.m.
Main Courses: $23 – $39

Walter’s Dining Room

The award winning Walters Dining Room features a wide array of Canadian inspired dishes with nuances of native cuisine. Their creative chefs are renowned for their a la carte and buffet creations using Alberta’s finest beef, game and fowl. During the winter months, Walters offers an extraordinary Saturday night skier’s themed buffet, at an unbeatable price. Walters also boasts an extensive wine cellar with samplings ranging from South Africa to local Okanagan valley wines. Try them by the glass or by the bottle while you take in the natural lush atrium surroundings and three storey fireplace.

82 Connaught Dr. Sawridge Hotel Jasper
(780) 852-5111
Open: 7 a.m. – 10:30 a.m., 5 p.m. – 10 p.m.
Main Courses: Avg. $22

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