Another restaurant that was closed during our visit! Pretty annoying! Lots of ads in the tourist mags, but no indication of when it would be open.
SInce we missed eating here the last trip to Yellowknife, we made a point this time. We arrived around 2 pm, in between lunch and dinner time; therefore, the menu was quite restricted. We ordered bison burger and whitefish. The food was excellent, fish was fresh and the bison was tasty. Side dishes included bannock, kale, fries, and fennel slaw.... More
I was so excited to try the Wildcat this year under the new operation of Thorntons, however it fell short in terms of service and food. The atmosphere was still enjoyable. I ordered a the soup after verifying it was in fact gluten free, the server wrote "no flowers" on the order (lol) and it came with a sliver of... More
I was there in July with my family... We went twice and the food was delicious! Lots of flavor, well presented and I think the price it's very reasonable... Ice cold bear, view to the lake, awesome deck and the people working there are so friendly always with a big smile... I felt like home!
I'm a local to Yellowknife and had been in for dinner and Sunday brunch to the wildcat. The patio is my first choice on a sunny day! Be prepared to share your table, it's a tradition. I asked our server about what she would order and she recommended the soup and salad. So I had the chicken soup and the... More
I came here a few times when visiting Yellowknife in July. It was definitely my favorite restaurant in the area. I thought the food was faultless, you can't beat the bison striploin or the trout. There is a relaxed, informal atmosphere which makes it a great place to loose track of time and soak up the views of the lake... More
I had a great meal there. The soup was delicious and the beer was ice cold and served in an old style tin cup! I had great service and loved my fish and fennel salad. Not sure why others had bad experiences but I know I didn't!
Don't waste your money paying for the name or location...terrible service...minimal dinners...and someone compared it to Bullocks...well they offer a full plate of food that fills you up and a real northern dinner...certainly don't buy booze at the Wildcat...the prices are the only things wild... Couldn't get a slice of raw onion because " the food wasn't prepared at the... More
While Bullock's may be the "place to be" in town, the Wild Cat has more local flavour. The food is nothing to write home about but is decent home cooking and not nearly as pricey as Bullock's. After fishing most of the morning, an ice cold beer (and I mean ice cold) bison burger and fish and chips is all... More
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