Pyramid Lake Resort
North Pyramid Lake Road
, Jasper

$25 Lunch

Greens (GF) – Apple, Brussel Sprouts, Sylvan Star Gouda Emulsion, Spinach

Carbonara – Bear & the Flower Pork Jowls, Canmore Pasta Black Pepper Linguine, Hutterite Eggs, Sylvan Star Grizzly Gouda, Peas


Recommended Pairings

Cocktail: “Lakeside” – Pursuit Trailblazer Vodka, Elderflower Liqueur,
Jasmine Tea Syrup, Fresh Lemon – $16

Craft Beer: Banff Ave. White Wit – $8


$65 Gourmet Dinner

Tabor Corn Chowder – Corn, Potato, Paprika Oil, Sour Cream
Greens (GF) – Apple, Brussel Sprouts, Sylvan Star Gouda Emulsion, Spinach

Carmen Creek Bison (GF, DF) – Petite Tender, Asparagus, Crispy Oyster Mushroom,
Charred Shallot Petal Blueberry
Rocky Mountain Trout – Roasted Fennel, Orange, Wild Life Adventure Gin & Beet Nage, Spinach

Strawberry Short Cake – Pernod Sponge, Vanilla Cream, Birch Syrup, Basil Tile


Recommended Pairings

Cocktail: “Old Fashioned Babe” – Eau Claire Rupert’s Whiskey, House-Made Bacon Syrup, Chocolate Bitters, Maple Candied Bacon – $16

Craft Beer: Banff Ave. Black Pil – $8

Nestled on the shores of Pyramid Lake, dine next to large glass windows overlooking this stunning lake and its mountain backdrop. The Pines Restaurant is the most picturesque, year-round lakeside dining experience in Jasper. Discover a Canadian-inspired menu that features a unique selection of fish, meats, and fresh local produce.

Chef Tyler has gained over 20 years industry experience cooking in top rated restaurants and hotels across Canada. A graduate of the Culinary Institute of Canada in PEI, in both the Culinary Arts program as well as the Pastry Program. During this time Tyler also competed in both individual and Team competition representing New Brunswick.

Further Developing his cooking and management skills Tyler has worked for Fairmont Hotels, Hilton Hotels, Royal Oaks Golf Club and Canadian Rocky Mountain Resorts before joining the Pursuit team in 2019. Chef Tyler Brings a personal food philosophy of “Simple Elegance, I believe that you need to focus on your main ingredient add in two maybe three completive flavors and allow the main ingredient to be front and center.”  Keep reading…