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The Maple Leaf Grill & Lounge

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137 Banff Avenue, enter off Caribou St
403.760.7680
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At Banff’s most bustling downtown corner is this upscale, award-winning steakhouse and showcase for Canadian cuisine, a favourite for meals from late breakfasts to intimate dinners. The Maple Leaf’s Canadian character is evident in its menu that features fresh Ocean Wise certified fish from BC, and Alberta beef and bison.

Atmosphere & Accolades

The Maple Leaf’s regional Canadian dishes pair beautifully with this multi-level restaurant‘s wood lodge-like décor. Accents include rock fireplaces, a wall of wines, private dining sections which are popular for events, and downtown and mountain views. The Maple Leaf is a Wine Spectator Best of Award of Excellence recipient, and the street level lounge serves classic and creative cocktails.

Menu Samples

Brunch and Lunch

  • Breakfast: Banana Bread French Toast: maple bacon, fried banana; Farmer‘s Breakfast; Benedict: Canadian bacon or smoked salmon
  • Sandwiches: Bacon Cheddar Burger; Grilled Portobella Sandwich; Alberta Bison Burger: blue cheese and cranberry aioli; Crispy Chicken Burger; Grilled Chicken Club
  • Entrées: Cobb Salad; Beer Battered Halibut and Chips; Spaghetti and Wagyu Meatballs; Grilled Atlantic Salmon; AAA Alberta New York Steak; Bison Tenderloin

Dinner

  • Salads: Kale salad: preserved tomatoes, focaccia bread crumbs, toasted almonds, grana padano, roasted garlic vinaigrette; Poached Pear and Beet Salad: watercress, arugula, pickled beets, crushed hazelnuts, chèvre noire, Alberta honey dressing
  • Starters: Fresh Oysters; French Onion Soup; Seared Scallops; Coconut Basil Polenta; Beef Carpaccio; Regional Game Platter; Warm Crab and Asiago Dip
  • Seafood Tower: Tier One: oysters, mussels, prawns, scallops, smoked salmon and crispy calamari; Tier Two: tier one with king crab and snow crab; Tier Three: tier one and two with whole lobster
  • Canadian Coastal Seafood: Wild Halibut: herb crust, saffron cream sauce; BC Steelhead Trout: parsnip purée, preserved lemon vinaigrette; Signature Wild Maple BC Salmon and Prawns: poached in maple dijon syrup, chive mash, butter sauce
  • Poultry: Stuffed Chicken Supreme; Quebec Duck: Saskatoon berry demi
  • Canadian Steak House: Apple Crusted Pork Tenderloin: herb mash, grainy mustard demi; Braised Lamb Shank: Israeli couscous, preserved lemon aioli, fennel, lamb jus; Alberta beef: Prime New York Cut; AAA Tenderloin; 18-oz Cowboy Bone-in Ribeye; Bison Tenderloin: bacon wrapped, gorgonzola, Cumberland demi
  • Additions: Truffle Parmesan Fries; Whole Roasted Mushrooms; Atlantic Lobster Tail; King Crab; Truffle Mac and Cheese; Seared Scallops
  • Desserts: Fruit Crumble; Hot Chocolate Soufflé; Maple Walnut Cheesecake; Lemon Ricotta Cake; Crème Brûlée Trio; Fiasco Gelato or Sorbet

Mains$26 to $63

Drinks: wines $50 to $1500, 600 choices; $11 to $28.50 by the glass, 19 choices

Brunch Available until 1:30 pm, Lunch available until 3 pm; Dinner 5 pm to late
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