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Storm’s Restaurant

Kamloops, BC

Storms Restaurant was the venue for a surprise birthday party for my wife and I was glad that I reserved a table for the group as it turned out to be a very busy Friday night at the restaurant.  I have to admit, I was quite surprised to find it this busy considering that they got a poor review from a visiting Vancouver area blogger and so far to date, they have no reviews locally on the popular Urbanspoon website.  The last time I was at this restaurant was about 5 years ago and I remember the food to be quite good but I thought the décor was rather outdated.  It has since undergone renovations and now sports a more modern casual décor to the dining room areas as well as a new chef in the kitchen cooking up a storm.  The riverfront sundeck is great on a nice evening and is another reason why people go there to eat and drink.  I believe the sundeck has gas heaters to keep people warm and cozy during the colder months.

Everyone at the table enjoyed their meals including the birthday girl and myself. The birthday girl was treated to a free entrée (up to $15) so not too shabby of a birthday deal.  You all know that I enjoy eating at popular chain restaurants like Milestones and East Side Marios, but I especially enjoy supporting a locally owned restaurant that serves up good food that doesn’t cost an arm and a leg.  Something needs to be said about having a good meal in a restaurant that is infused with the spirit of a resident local chef and the local owners.  They put their heart and soul into making their business a success and that hard work usually translates into awesomely yummy food!

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