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Scott’s Restaurant

Kamloops, BC

This might be another hidden gem in Kamloops as I suspect not a lot of people (except for seniors - more on that later) know where this restaurant is located.  Popular for their home-cooked meals, this very small restaurant is is part of Scott’s Inn just across from Prince Charles Park.  With exactly 14 tables located in close proximity of each other in a small space of about 30 x 30 ft. made it very difficult for a food blogger to discreetly take photos without being noticed  This restaurant was packed to near capacity on this night and that further made it very challenging but almost mission impossible as everyone else other than us were of the friendly but very curious senior citizen types!!  Yes, this is THE destination for our Senior Citizens.  Their eyes followed my every move and all I could do was to pretend to take photos of my girls and then sneak in some shots in-between.  So I apologize for the grainy photo of the dining room as I was forced to take a photo of a photo on their menu.  I had to improvise!!!

You can’t really tell by looking at the photos that the portion size of the meals were huge.  You all know how I feel about big servings right?  So far so good but how was the food?  The Chicken Souvlaki was Scrumptious and as for the Homemade Tzatziki Sauce, I've never had a version of Tzatziki sauce I didn't like, but this was hands-down the best I've tasted.  Yes, I even approve of their rice pilaf, no instant rice served here.  The Country-fried Breaded Pork Cutlet came out nice and tender but I found the vegetables a bit over-cooked.  I like my vegetables crunchy. 

Every night is Senior’s Night - Seniors get to choose from a selection of entrees for $10.95 and it includes Soup and Dessert. 

Overall, the restaurant was clean, homey and we loved how good the restaurant smelled coming from the food being cooked in the kitchen.  Just thinking about that smell makes me hyper-salivate!  I give Scott’s Restuarant a very enthusiastic thumbs up!!

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