The Westbank Grill is essentially a steakhouse with some flare, as they serve prime cuts, local wildlife, seafood, and other delicacies. The dinner menu offers unique tastes like Rocky Mountain Elk Chop, Buffalo Tenderloin, Dry Aged Bone-In Bison New York Steak, Wagyu Beef Ribeye, Sea Bass, Skuna Bay Salmon, Quail Eggs, West Coast Oysters, King Crab, and Maine Lobster.
Leah and I shared the Elk Chop, Salmon, Truffle Mac & Cheese, Asiago Bread with peppered butter, as well we the Ricotta Gnudi which were like mini potato cakes with amazing flavor. The bar offered mocktails for Leah as she was 6-months pregnant, and an Old Fashioned for me, which was stellar. The elk was tender and mouthwatering, and the salmon was also top notch in its cook and delivery. Our sides of roasted mushrooms in Wyoming whiskey, garlic confit and rosemary were among the best we’ve ever had. The white cheddar truffle mac & cheese was properly seasoned and balanced, and bursting with flavor.
All in all, Leah and I very much enjoyed our meal at the Westbank Grill, and we couldn’t think of a better place to stop on our adventure out west. The vibe of the grill was very inviting, busy but quiet enough to hear yourself and to enjoy the conversation at your table. The view was nice, seeing right up the mountain, but had a bit of an eyesore with the waiting line for the lift up the mountain being the first thing you see. The variety of the menu was ranging and exciting, offering all sorts of possibilities, and what’s more is that the chef and kitchen staff obviously held the quality of their work at a high standard, and it showed in every mouthwatering morsel.
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