We found ourselves passing the small town of Provost, Alberta from our road trip. We decided to stop at this town to fill up on gas and our bellies and stopped at the Horizon Hotel and Restaurant.
Once inside, we noticed that it was Koreans that ran the restaurant, so we thought it was kind of neat. The restaurant is spacious and quite large and offers an lounge on the other side with VLT’s! But, we were here just to eat lunch and that’s what we did!
We started our lunch with some Fried Perogies which of course wasn’t really fresh. It came out rather greasy from the fryer, but yet kind of doughy, but the filling was tasty. Overall, it as decent, but not something I would get again from here.
I tried their special, it was their Hawaiian burger which a burger with a beef patty, some ham slices, cheese, bacon. lettuce and pineapples! It as a large burger and it was a messy one too! It was tasty, but I found it had a little too much teriyaki sauce on it.
The last thing we ordered was their Roast Beef Ramen which was spicy! It was actually really tasty, and reminded us of a modified version of Korean Instant noodles that you can get in a pack. But, the soup base did taste different. We really enjoyed this bowl or ramen!
Overall, this was as great stop! A perfect lunch spot for a lunch that hit the spot!
4305 57 Ave
Posted: Monday, September 2nd, 2013 @ 8:26 PM
Categories: Alberta, Breakfast, Cafe, Canada, Food, Food Review, Lunch, Snack.
Tags: alberta, canada, provost, restaurant.
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