We thought it would be your regular dive bar atmosphere and menu when we walked up to their restaurant, but we were pleasantly surprised by the classier decor inside and the Asian cuisine menu. It took a little while to get noticed by our server, but she took the time to go through each menu item with us and help us pick our meals based on our preferences. The food was served quickly, was fresh and very tasty.
Totally recommend their chicken wings if you like wings. There's "American food" on the menu and other Asian dishes. The place is usually pretty empty and sometimes the food can take a little long but it's cooked as ordered so hot and yummy.
Kimberly believes in a hands-on approach to her business. She cooks, she hosts and she entertains. She is focused on providing a pleasant experience, and it shows. You won't get what you expect when you enter the historic building... The bar room has soft feminine touches, with a baby grand piano, and the menu is a Korean/Canadian blend. My boys love the spring rolls AND the chicken wings!
Every small town on the Canadian Prairies has a run-down old hotel with a seedy tavern sporting pool tables and VLTs. Stettler has one, and if you are in town for the evening, you should go to the Stettler Hotel bar for enthusiastic entertainment by a classically trained pianist on the full-sized grand piano, and really good Korean fusion food. Really! This was an absolutely unexpected surprise, and Kimberley, the owner/cook/entertainer is a gem. Her enjoyment of her job shines through the enthusiastic stories that accompany her piano playing and her descriptions of each menu item. The rice-paper wrapped salad rolls are a light and tasty appetizer. I shared Tiger Shrimp with Thai curry and BBQ Short-ribs with a friend, and absolutely recommend both dishes. Well-presented, good flavours, and just-right portion sizes. If you are in Stettler, try this place out.…