- Address: 204 Caribou St, Banff, AB T1L 1A6, Canada
- Phone: +1-4037622633
- Ticket Price: Free
- Tags: Restaurant, Family And Kids
Tooloulou - Review
The Tooloulou is a great restaurant for food lovers in Canada. Go for the Rajun Cajun Shrimp which is extremely popular among the regulars. The texture of it is bright. The varieties of hot sauces they have are wide. The place is ideally situated, with a fine team of staff who work to make your meal lovely. With great decor and interiors, you will definitely have a great time over your meal with your partner.
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How To reach Tooloulou by Public Transport
- Buses 1, 2 and 4 to stop- Downtown Caribou West
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Tooloulou, Banff Reviews
Really great breakfast place. We had to line up for about 40 minutes outside the restaurant, which was the only downside about this place (it's pretty small so not much of a waiting area inside). Food was really good, especially the pancakes which we got for the kids. They loved it too. My only complaint was the bread, which was buttered a bit too much.
Had breakfast here. There was a long wait even though we went rather early. (After all, the popularity of the spot was why we chose it in the first place and then decided to wait!) I wish I could say it was totally worth the wait, and it *almost* was, but not quite: The good: My Smoked Salmon Eggs Benedict was heavenly. My brother got the Carolyn Eggs Benny and that was pretty awesome as well. The home fries and side of bacon were pretty good too. The waitress who served our table was very nice, warm and friendly, even though she must've been super stressed out (the place was packed and the line had doubled in length by the time we were seated). The ambience was great. I liked the decoration. It's a great spot for families and couples (or individuals!) alike. The not-so-great: My folks got omelettes (Veggie and Western) and while they weren't bad, they were nothing to write home about either. The not-so-beautiful: My mom's omelet had a long hair in it. I finished her food so I was the one who found it. Now this happens, even with hair nets and all, and I think it's really not that big a deal from a health perspective. However it totally ruins the meal when it happens (for me anyway). I didn't notify staff, I felt bad. It was literally the last few bites. Overall, I would still recommend the place, as I don't think the negative parts of my experience are representative of it.
Great breakfast, big selection and quick service. It was our second time here for breakfast since last year and we were very pleased both times. There will be a line starting at 9am during summer seasons so be ready to wait or come earlier. Worth the wait and they get through people quickly without you feeling rushed. I hope to come for dinner some time!
The food was excellent! The service was good. Get here and prepare to line up. Two things that I didn't like were the hot apple cider It honestly had an off taste and second the cloth they used to wipe the table off....omg it smelled to high heaven and the cups were upside down and smelled like it and my hands and arms. (please guys use another towel everyday that smelled like a reused towel/water that was left in a ball overnight and got smelly) I had to wipe off our glasses after turning them over before drinking out of them.
Visited Banff recently and stopped here to try the food. Didn’t have too high of expectations as no one can cook Cajun food better than Louisiana folks. Unfortunately I was right. It wasn’t completely awful, it just had no taste. The grits was okay but it takes more than garlic and pepper to make something taste good. The fried green tomatoes were terrible though. It tasted as though they were battered in dry, unseasoned cornmeal. The batter used should be a well seasoned cornmeal/flour combination. Service was great at least and people who don’t know what Cajun food taste like will probably love it.