The restaurants at Sun Peaks Grand offer many family friendly options that made our stay a memorable one. We briefly described our family meals in our post “Summer Weekend Family Getaway,” but we loved the restaurants at Sun Peaks so much that they deserve an in-depth look on their own.

Mantles Restaurants at Sun Peaks Grand

Mantles is the most popular restaurant in Sun Peaks Grand and for good reason. It offers a family friendly dining option all day long and is committed to working with local ingredients. On this trip, our meals were paid for by Sun Peaks Grand Hotel.

Mantles Restaurant in Sun Peaks Grand Hotel

We enjoyed having breakfast and dinner during our weekend stay, and one of the coolest things that we loved was that you could scan the QR code to view the menu on your smartphone. It was a genius idea to limit handling of menus. The restaurants at Sun Peaks Grand are also actively keeping track of information for contact tracing should it be required.

Have any dietary concerns, allergies or restrictions? Just let one of the friendly staff know and they will happily customize your meal for you. My oldest son, Holter, has an anaphylactic allergy to nuts, but all of our servers handled it well, which took away any stress we normally feel when dining out.

At dinner, Holter fell in love with the sliders on the kid’s menu. So much so, in fact, that he ordered them again the following day. My youngest son, Heath, is a pizza lover, so naturally, he requested pizza on our first night.

I eat a mostly pescatarian diet, so I ordered the Forbidden Rice Buddha Bowl with salmon, and it was honestly one of the best Buddha bowls I have ever eaten. Andrew ordered the Pappardelle Stroganoff and didn’t make a peep while he devoured it.

I love that Mantles Restaurant offers great choices for kid’s meals that include all the basics for healthy eating.

our dinner at Mantles restaurant

Perhaps the highlight of the night was when our server made a fantastic wine recommendation. We enjoyed a bottle of Bench 1775 Cabernet Sauvignon and Syrah Blend from the Okanagan in BC. I love it when we discover a new wine. It makes our dining experience that much better.

What isn’t pictured is the dessert we all inhaled after our dinner. We all wanted to try the Thai Fried Banana Split, and we were going to order three of them to share, but our server suggested that we start with two. Thankfully we followed his suggestion because the portions were large, and two orders were the perfect amount for us.

Unfortunately I didn’t get a photo of this amazing dessert because my boys couldn’t keep their hands off of it long enough for me to take a photo!

restaurants at sun peaks

One of my favourite meals when we travel is breakfast. Mantles restaurants at Sun Peaks is surrounded by windows, and it is such a lovely spot to in the mornings. I love the slow pace and the comfort of coffee while we discuss our plans for the day.

I love that Mantles puts a full pot of coffee on the table so that we don’t have to continually ask the server for refills. It seems like such a minor detail, but it is one that I’m so appreciative of.

Mantles Lounge

If you are looking for a relaxed atmosphere indoors and a place to enjoy a nice glass of wine, cold beer or cocktail, Mantles Lounge is the spot for you. The open concept lounge is surrounded by windows to take in the views of the mountains or to people watch in the village. In the winter, the fireplace is so nice to cozy up next to with a mug of hot chocolate.

Mantles lounges at Sun Peaks grand hotel

We often come during happy hour for an early dinner and just have a relaxed evening. Our boys love the restaurant’s word search, and they happily spend the whole time doing that while Andrew and I get to enjoy the reprieve from their chatter!

Mantles Patio

Our favourite restaurants at Sun Peaks Grand Hotel is definitely Mantles Patio during the summer. It has the most extraordinary view of the mountains, and it is right in the heart of the village so you can watch the hustle and bustle too.

The patio at Mantles restaurant
Mantles patio in the heart of Sun Peaks

Mantles Patio during the summer is the place to be in the village, relaxing after a long hike or bike ride. My all-time favourite is to sip away on an Aperol Spritz while I relax in the glorious mountain sunshine. 

After our long hike on the mountain, we stopped for lunch and warmed up in the sunshine. Andrew had the Mantles Caesar Salad with Salmon and I had their daily soup to warm up.

Morrisey’s Public House

A village favourite, Morrisey’s patio offers a comfortable and casual atmosphere with good old-fashioned pub style service. It is open year-round, with table heaters to warm you up no matter what the weather is like.

The patio at Morrisey's Public House

The cozy seating on Morrisey’s patio with the table heaters are a big draw for us. The kids have room to relax and Morrisey’s famous nachos are a home run every time. The nachos come deconstructed now, which was a big hit with our youngest son, Heath, who scarfed them down in now time.

Famous nachos at Morrisey Pub in Sun Peaks

I love just sipping away on my Aperol Spritz (do you sense a theme here!) and stealing bites of my older son’s poutine. Just remember that the patio is a popular spot, so the seating fills up quickly.

Poutine at Morrisey's in Sun Peaks Grand Hotel

If the patio isn’t a draw for you, the inside seating of Morrisey’s is also a great option. We sat inside during our weekend stay and the big windows let a lot of light in. Our boys were again obsessed with the word search on the kids menu while Andrew and I enjoyed our drinks.

Having dinner at Morrisey Pub in Sun Peaks

While the boys snacked on their nachos and poutine, I opted for the fish tacos. I liked that they were nice and light and didn’t have a heavy sauce. I wanted to save some room for dessert, so this was a perfect choice.

Fish tacos at Morrisey's pub

Dinner wouldn’t be complete without something sweet, so we ordered the Apple-Cinnamon Crispy. The size was perfect for Andrew and me to share. I love anything apple and this totally hit the spot.

Dessert from Morrisey's

Takeout from Mantles Restaurant

One of my favourite things to do when we travel and stay in hotels is have lazy mornings, which means getting room service for breakfast. Even though room service wasn’t available, we were able to get takeout from Mantles Restaurants at Sun Peaks Grand. 

We called and ordered our breakfast, then just relaxed in our room until the restaurant let us know us when it is was ready to be picked up. The breakfast menu was fantastic. We wanted to try out all the dishes but settled on our favourites: eggs, toast, hashbrowns and waffles.

There are so many options to choose from during your stay and the restaurants at Sun Peaks Grand Hotel tick all the boxes for our family. Whichever restaurant or patio you choose, you can look forward to great food and beautiful scenery!

Check out our post “Five Reasons to Stay at the Sun Peaks Grand Hotel in the Summer.”

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37 thoughts on “Family Friendly Restaurants at Sun Peaks Grand

  1. Suz says:

    Hi, Casandra,
    Lovely photos; this looks like a wonderful place! But, I have absolutely no idea where it is located…I’m guessing Canada?
    Sounds like a great place to get away with the kids; probably some good hiking, from the pics of the area.

  2. Alison says:

    All of the food looks amazing. Our kiddos are older now, but family-friendly restaurants were a must when they were little. We also have a severe nut allergy in our household, and love hearing that the restaurants at Sun Peaks were adaptable – certainly puts a mind at ease.

    • Casandra Karpiak says:

      It is always a bit stressful dealing with severe allergies. We were so thankful that it was handled so easily.

  3. Myrka says:

    This place looks wonderful and relaxing. I’ve seen that the majority of restaurants are starting to use the bar code thing to look at the menu. It’s a great idea but I wonder if we’ll go back to our regular menus one day.

    • Casandra Karpiak says:

      It’s hard to say what the “new normal” will look like. I’m quite impressed with how well business are adapting!

  4. Leeanne says:

    The food looks so good. I think my kids and husband would love to visit this resort for all in amenities and the food.

  5. Sara says:

    The barcode menu is a great idea! I love seeing the innovative solutions that businesses are coming up with to help keep people safe.

  6. Stacey Billingsley says:

    These do look like great restaurants! The background scenery is lovely, and the food looks really good. I love some good fish tacos, and the cinnamon-apple crispy looks delicious. I’ll keep this one in mind!

  7. Carey says:

    The pictures of the food is making my mouth water. The Buda bowl looks fantastic. We are very fond of kid friendly restaurant since we have two toddlers so this place would be perfect for us.

  8. Trisha says:

    Pardon me while I while I wipe the drool from my face! 😉 The food looks absolutely amazing! I would be all over those nachos also! I especially love that the kids menu choices actually look filling!

  9. Michele says:

    I love hotels and resorts with a variety of dining options especially when traveling with kids. It makes it so convenient. This looks awesome!

  10. Cindy Mailhot says:

    Well now I am hungry. The food looks great and such a bonus that it is family friendly. Families are doing a lot together these days.

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