Crab Legs or Lobster Tail
selection of Bolero crafted salads (V/GFA)
leafy greens with various dressings (V/GF)
fresh cut fruit (V/GF)
imported and domestic cheese and charcuterie board (GF)
selection of cheesecakes (V)
various sponge cakes (V)
fresh from our bakery Danish and croissants (V)
in house made cinnamon buns (V)
fresh baked cheese and herb scones (V)
pour your own cereal bar (V/GFA)
self serve ice cream sundaes
waffles with syrup and toppings
hash browns with spring onions (V)
smoked crisp bacon (GF)
classic eggs benedict or a featured version of the classic
omelets made to order
eggs any way you like
fresh made pasta to order
seasoned chicken wings slow roasted (GF)
ham with sweet pineapple glaze (GF)
lamb shoulder seasoned with rosemary infused sea salt (GF)
pork ribs (GF)
bacon wrapped chicken thighs (GF)
Fraldinha (bottom sirloin) seasoned with garlic sea salt and parmesan (GF)
vegetables seasoned with sea salt and dusted with parmesan (GF)
Picanha (top sirloin) (GF)
Linguica sausage made in Canmore at Valbella Meats
Traditional sponge cake soaked in condensed milk, whipping cream and evaporated milk.
CHOCOLATE LAVA CAKE
We’ve updated this elegant classic with Malibu rum and toasted coconut to make this a decadent treat.
KEY LIME CHEESECAKE
Brulee toffee topped.
CHEESECAKE ON A STICK
Infused with banana, dipped in Callebaut chocolate.
Vanilla ice cream, grilled pineapple, caramel
PICK ME UP COFFEE
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Excellent food and service. Highly recommended. Bolero is a great restaurant for a special evening out.
First off, in their ad it says "Shurrascaria" and not "Churrascaria" like it should. If you know the least about Brazil and the food, you will want to stuff your face with "Picanha", but unfortunately it's tasteless. They do have some decent wines, but you can get that anywhere. I you want good Brazilian food, DO NOT go to Bolero. The only things that are worth it are the "arroz com coco" and the "feijoada"; which are rice and coconut and beans. I asked if anyone was Brazilian in the restaurant or at the very least speaks Portuguese, and their answer was; NO. So you do the math.
Kitty corner to Chinook Centre, Smuggler’s Inn may be the quintessential Macleod Trail landmark: a steak-and-seafood shack patronized by generations of diners, but its conversion to a multi-eatery complex has only boosted its cuisine cachet. One of four restaurants under the Smuggler’s roof, Open Sesame serves Asian-fusion food in a chic, Shangri-La setting accented with deep-red walls and varnished beams. Dine à la carte or visit the build-your-own stir-fry bar.View this Smart List
This Brazilian restaurant in the Smuggler’s Inn complex is warmly elegant, like a ranch house with a brick hearth and a well-stocked bar. Help yourself to side dishes at the buffet while the churrasco chefs visit your table to carve slabs of beautifully slow-roasted chicken, pork, lamb, beef and more. Your colour-coded cue card lets them know when you want more meat, and when you’ve finally had enough.View this Smart List
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