My wife and I, returning from Banff, stopped overnight at a B&B in Revelstoke and our innkeeper advised us to dine at the Woolsey Creek Bistro. We refused his suggestion that he book at atable for us, thinking it would not be necessary in the "backwoods" on a Monday night. (NO, we are not Vancouverite snobs-we live in the Nicola Valley). Fortunately,being hungry, we rolled up at 6pm and got the last free table and thereafter enjoyed a dinner which matched the quality and flavours of Le Crocodil without the fuss. It is not cheap, but it is very, very good.
I am surprised that the previous contributor placed so much judgement of the restaurant upon the quality of her cocktail.
C'est la vie!
I had made a point of seeking this restaurant out because I had been there a few years ago and remember it being quite good, what a disappointment! My margarita came with the salt running down the side of the glass. Ok, no big deal stuff happens. The appie was not bad but the main dish salad was way over priced for what was received. The Woolsey Salad was $19 for some greens, a few small tomatoes if there isnt enough dressing dont be charging extra for it. I wont be back! Bad attitude! Save it for the big city folks because youre not that high on quality to be cheaping out and charging for incidentals! I did feel bad for the waitress who apologized but said she had to charge for it because of management.