Boasting rolling hills, two converging rivers, 82 parks, a sparkling lake and world class sporting facilities, Kamloops is a paradise for the active traveler. One of Canada's sunniest destinations, Kamloops enjoys on average over 2000 hours of sunshine a year and makes the perfect spot for a round of golf, a rugged bike ride through the hills or an exhilarating excursion to nearby downhill or cross country skiing facilities.
Things to do in Kamloops
4.5 based on 368 reviews
First restaurant in Kamloops and it did not disappoint.the staff fit us in as they were full at the near Christmas time of year. The food dishes were excellent. The service was just as good. The owner stopped by to say hi than welcomed us to town. I will be back. Thanks for a great night.
4 based on 421 reviews
Dorian Greek House has been serving the best Greek food in Kamloops, BC since 2003. With a substantial menu featuring all your favourite Greek dishes (and more), you're sure to find what you're looking for at our restaurant. In addition to serving great food, we believe in leaving our customers satisfied. That's why we serve generous portions and ensure that everyone is happy with their meal
We pass through Kamloops, BC, often. This time we wanted to try some Greek food. We did a search, and the Dorian Greek House downtown popped up. We gave it a try, and were very pleased. Their roast lamb was just perfect. The service and the servers were fine, and the price was very reasonable. We will definitely go again.
4.5 based on 179 reviews
Maurya's restaurant is the one of the most promising restaurants in Kamloops. We provide truly authentic Indian food along with a variety of vegan and gluten free options. Our restaurant is well known not just for its high quality service and food, but also for the homely atmosphere it creates for our customers who come to enjoy scrumptious Indian cuisines. We also have a banquet hall which can accommodate up to 60-80 people, which is an excellent place to host a birthday party, Meetings or wedding anniversary. Be it any occasion, we will try to make it a memorable one for you. Special group rates!
Average indian vegetarian food , not as expected , this place cater for Indian groups on vacation so only buffet service available. Average service , overall not bad . Being vegetarian contacted by email requesting Jain Meal but not provided. May be they interested in big groups only
4.5 based on 727 reviews
3 of us had lunch at Hello Toast on main street in Kamloops.
The restaurant has a warm cozy atmosphere, however wtihtout a porch, evertime someone would enter, a cold blast of air would chill us.
We all had one of the salad selections. They were very good.
Portions were generous.
Pricing for the salads is a touch on the high side, but considering we were supporting a local downtown location (as opposed to a mall or chain), we were OK with them.
Our server made us feel welcome and all the staff seem happy and engaging.
The only thing to improve would be to add some kind of vestibule or porch when the weather is cold, which is the only thing that somewhat detracted from this excellent restaurant.
4.5 based on 217 reviews
Fun. Fresh. Seasonally Inspired
Went as a double date with my fiance who sampled their appies (highly recommend the Brussels Sprouts and dynamite roll) at a showcase feature. Everything was hot and served within a decent time frame. Food was delicious. Service was very personable and quick. Defiantly coming back.
AND OMG THE SKILLET CHICKEN POT PIE!!!!!!!
4.5 based on 1 reviews
In our opinion, it is a place that makes amazing food & beer accessible to all. While selling a creative menu that is made up of market fresh ingredients that are prepared with honest, classic techniques, we can provide our guests the experience of great food in a casual pub environment.
I went there with my kids for lunch. We all had great food and wonderful service. I would definitely go back again
4.5 based on 316 reviews
OUR STORY In 2011, hotel and restaurant industry professionals Andrea and David decided to make a go of it on their own. Their idea was simple; partner with equally passionate local producers to showcase the best of the Thompson region in a fun, creative setting. Four years later, Chef David’s award winning cuisine along with a stellar line up of wines, beers and delectable cocktails have made Terra a local favorite. FRESH We believe in cooking with the seasons. We change our menu monthly to reflect ingredients at their peak. So there’s no asparagus in November, no pumpkins in May and certainly no fava beans in January. What you do get though, is an inspired, creative team excited to work with local farmers, ranchers and artisans who provide us with exceptional products. LIQUID ASSETS You wouldn’t expect to find Canadian wines at a small restaurant in Australia would you? Our wines, beers and spirits are carefully selected from small, quality producers right here in BC. Some in fact, are just down the street. We are proud of our relationships with craft brewers, distillers and wineries as they allow us to showcase the exceptional products of our region. JOIN US We recommend making a reservation, especially during busy times like weekends or holiday weekends. We appreciate larger groups calling ahead to book space. If you are out and would like to drop in, please do so, knowing you will always be welcome. At Terra Restaurant, we pride ourselves on serving our guests the very best locally sourced, organic and most authentic food each and every day. Our traditional recipes and approach to preparing the meals we serve is what sets us apart from the rest. With the freshest ingredients at hand in our community each menu item starts with incredible taste. If there's one thing we pride ourselves on, it's complete customer satisfaction. From the time you walk through the door to the time we have to say goodbye, we ensure that you've had the very best dining experience. We treat everyone that walk through our door like family and want you to feel that way. From the care that goes into preparing our meals to the smiling faces of our staff.
Terra is probably not the cheapest place for a meal in Kamloops but I feel we got very good value for our money. They serve fresh & seasonal local food prepared with love and their wine list isn't too shabby either! All that in a friendly environment which makes it a great place for a nice evening out.
4.5 based on 118 reviews
Went to this quaint restaurant for lunch with my wife. I had the smoked Turkey clubhouse Sandwich served on homemade bread(turkey smoked in-house) and was quite good, but my wife had the large mandarin chicken salad and disappointed with small portion, and was just ok. The coffee is served in what appears to be an 8 oz. cup, way too small in my opinion. The men's washroom door was propped open with stopper which seemed odd, but was clean. Overall would say this establishment is overdue for a refresh. Service was average, and prices seem a little high for what you get.
4.5 based on 413 reviews
This was the only restaurant we could find opened on a Monday night around 9:30 and they were about to close. The host was very courteous and agree to keep open until we finished dinner. We ordered chicken enchiladas which were the best we ever had. The restaurant is small and cosy, which we liked. The prices were reasonable and the food was excellent. If you are ever in Kamloops check this place out.
4.5 based on 108 reviews
Not easy to find. Tiger Ramen is located in mall area at the corner of Summit Drive and Columbia, across the parking lot from some supermarket with a huge Canadian flag, easily visible from highway 1. It is worth the search. The place is small and busy. There is counter space, as well as communal tables. The staff are young and in proper get-up. Service is very friendly and bilingual, owing to the steady stream of authentic customers. The menu is limited and the kitchen is in open view. Japanese anime scrolls on the TV. The spicy ramen I had was excellent. I would love to try the rest of their menu,as it all looks great. The green tea was made from a tea bag. They should take the troubel to brew a genuine Japanese tea.
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