Family-friendly steakhouse chain boasts a hearty selection and generous portions.. In Short Named for a mountain range in the Canadian Rockies, this restaurant's interior has the atmosphere of a rustic hunting lodge. Talking animal heads provide side-show entertainment, but the primary attraction is the steak: prime cuts of sirloin, T-Bone, ribeye and prime rib. Hungry patrons are satiated by large portions of spit-roasted chicken, grilled salmon and Canadian jambalaya. Dessert lovers indulge with the chocolate "moose" cake, decadent layers of white chocolate mousse.
Your average corporate steakhouse.
This place honestly doesn't have bad food, but it just seems like your average food. There's nothing special or that makes it's food any different than an Applebee's. It has all these crazy nicknack's on the walls and this extremely annoying moose that seems to try and speak every 10 mins or so. It's trying to be some amazing Canadian restaurant. Come on, seriously now. Who goes out for Canadian food? Is there even such a thing?