Should be called Bugaboo Creek Salt House.
Every animated animal except for two were broken, and had been for some time according to wait staff. My niece ordered chicken fingers and fries off of the kids menu and she couldn't eat it as the batter and fries were very peppery. Our meals were extremely salty and we do not consider ourselves low sodium people by any stretch. My steak, shrimp and mashed were so salty I could barely eat enough to get full. My boyfriends meal was the same, SALTY. We each had two HUGE sodas and stopped for a gatorade on the way home. The only positive thing was the loaf they give you at the beginning of the meal and the salad was ok. My steak was tender but the texture was funky, almost like they had soaked it in salt prior to cooking it in a salty sauce. Go to the 99 instead.
Family-friendly steakhouse chain boasts a hearty selection and generous portions.. In Short Named for a mountain range in the Canadian Rockies, this restaurant's interior has the atmosphere of a rustic hunting lodge. Talking animal heads provide side-show entertainment, but the primary attraction is the steak: prime cuts of sirloin, T-Bone, ribeye and prime rib. Hungry patrons are satiated by large portions of spit-roasted chicken, grilled salmon and Canadian jambalaya. Dessert lovers indulge with the chocolate "moose" cake, decadent layers of white chocolate mousse.