Serving fresh seasonal cuisine crafted by our expert culinary team, The Palm Lounge is open to hotel guests and the public, for dinner or small plates as well as for drinks and live local music nightly.
Kind of fancy and casual at the same time. It's like walking into one of those old movies. It has beautiful woodwork, it's an impressive space to just visit. There was even live piano music. The food was fantastic! It wasn't inexpensive, but it was worth the money. My friend and I really enjoyed our visit.
This week for my Saturday night date with my husband, we chose The Palm Lounge. It was excellent! We were seated immediately at a very good table. The live entertainment had just started, the performer was very entertaining, we really enjoyed his music. The service was great. We ordered the meatballs for a starter. Three huge meatballs in the tastiest tomato sauce, amazing! Also had the steamed shrimp dumplings which were very hot and tasty as well. Our entrees were the half oven roasted chicken and the pot roast. Outstanding meals. Just $29 each and the food was absolutely delicious. The sirloin pot roast was crispy on the outside and so tender, no knife needed. A lovely gravy along with fingerling potatoes and a variety of vegetables. The chicken with gravy was also very delicious. Compliments to the Chef-it was very busy and the food presentation was terrific, everything was cooked perfectly. Will definitely dine here again!
Very nice ambiance with live music almost every evening. Convenient location to grab a spontaneous drink for those that work nearby. A tad on the pricey side, but that is to be expected of a centrally located hotel lounge. I wish they would have a happy hour menu as we would then definitely frequent it more often.
Top notch good and service. Live music is always a plus.
Such a disappointing restaurant and not nearly up to the standards of the rest of the hotel. The cocktail list is extremely outdated and the cheap quality glassware also doesn't help. Had the worst and most expensive French 75 I've ever had ($14). The shrimp dumplings were good, but not outstanding and not worth the $19. The live music (piano) was very nice and the only reason this place is getting two stars instead of one. Overall this place really needs help. A renewal and extreme update of the quality represented here would possibly reach the price-tag they're representing within the Fort Garry Hotel.
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