Kamloops Restaurant Guide
You don’t have to be a fly-fisherman or cowboy to eat a great seafood or steak dinner in Kamloops. The Thomson River is much more romantic when viewed from the quiet serenity of a restaurant table than over the bouncing bow of a whitewater raft. Once the tournament is over, more great live action can be watched over pub food at a sports bar and there are plenty of places to grab a sandwich on the way to rock hounding or fossil hunting. Kamloops can satisfy every appetite: bistros, cafés, pubs, fast food, and international cuisine from countries such as Latin America, India and China. Whenever you visit Kamloops, you’ll find lots of restaurants near your hotel and close to Kamloops’ major attractions.