G W Hunters Resaurant Steak

★★★★☆
  • 615 N Spokane St

    Post Falls, ID 83854

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  • 208-777-9388

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I have been there three times and it just keeps getting better! the food was and is great! and the price for the food is perfect. There steaks are the best! I am planning to return soon! Thank you G W Hunters!

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★★★★★

I have been there three times and it just keeps getting better! the food was and is great! and the price for the food is perfect. There steaks are the best! I am planning to return soon! Thank you G W Hunters!

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The unique atmosphere created by the menagerie of mounted creatures along with the extremely courteous and efficient staff is worth the visit even without the great food. We??ve never had anything served that didn??t rank up there with the best we??ve ever tasted. A special treat is a new item on their menu: yak burger. The yak burger patty is cooked to perfection and garnished with just the ideal condiments to make a delightful sandwich. While all entrees served are delicious, the yak burger is something out of this world. A yak burger at GW Hunters is to die for!! Besides being very tasty, the meat is lower in the undesirable fats so is therefore more healthy than regular hamburger which leaves more room for fries on the side.

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★★★★★

The unique atmosphere created by the menagerie of mounted creatures along with the extremely courteous and efficient staff is worth the visit even without the great food. We??ve never had anything served that didn??t rank up there with the best we??ve ever tasted. A special treat is a new item on their menu: yak burger. The yak burger patty is cooked to perfection and garnished with just the ideal condiments to make a delightful sandwich. While all entrees served are delicious, the yak burger is something out of this world. A yak burger at GW Hunters is to die for!! Besides being very tasty, the meat is lower in the undesirable fats so is therefore more healthy than regular hamburger which leaves more room for fries on the side.

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We were having lunch with some friends who live in post falls, they first wanted to go to "The White House", which we respectfully declined. (see my review for the reason) Well they said 'the second best place was G.W. Hunters' it was then that we knew we might be in trouble.

Walking in G. W. Hunters reminded us of the Ace Ventura movie where Tim Carrey looks around and says "What a lovely room of Death." My wife was visibly taken aback at these 'trophies' on the wall and while I would not decorate a restaurant with a bunch of dead animals hanging on the walls but it didn?t really bother me. Just beware.

First of all they are $$ expensive $$ for coffee shop food that features an array of elk / buffalo / duck entrees. However, keeping an open mind we ordered, my wife had the lunch special a grilled prime rib sandwich for $12.99. What came out was a paper thin sliced of overcooked / burnt on the grill prime rib, it was placed on a piece of sourdough bread and au jus had been sprinkled on top of it. If we had purchased the meal by the pound it would have been over $40.00. On the side of the plate was warm but grease laden French fries and a piece of lettuce with tomato on it, presumably some sort of garnish????

I tried the elk burger since our friends highly recommended it. Elk like buffalo are both lean meats and should be cooked slowly so as to not dry them out. This was not the case it was grilled over high heat and ended up dry, chewy and tasteless. It takes a special talent to make a burger of any meat chewy, but they succeeded.

Our friends raved about the food while we picked at ours and made polite conversation. The Bottom line is that this is the quality of food that was served 30-40 years ago and many places in Spokane/Post Falls/CDA have not evolved with the times. If this was the 1970's G.W. Hunters WOULD be a top notch diner/coffee shop, the difference is that it is 2008 and the culinary express has passed these people by.

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We were having lunch with some friends who live in post falls, they first wanted to go to "The White House", which we respectfully declined. (see my review for the reason) Well they said 'the second best place was G.W. Hunters' it was then that we knew we might be in trouble.

Walking in G. W. Hunters reminded us of the Ace Ventura movie where Tim Carrey looks around and says "What a lovely room of Death." My wife was visibly taken aback at these 'trophies' on the wall and while I would not decorate a restaurant with a bunch of dead animals hanging on the walls but it didn?t really bother me. Just beware.

First of all they are $$ expensive $$ for coffee shop food that features an array of elk / buffalo / duck entrees. However, keeping an open mind we ordered, my wife had the lunch special a grilled prime rib sandwich for $12.99. What came out was a paper thin sliced of overcooked / burnt on the grill prime rib, it was placed on a piece of sourdough bread and au jus had been sprinkled on top of it. If we had purchased the meal by the pound it would have been over $40.00. On the side of the plate was warm but grease laden French fries and a piece of lettuce with tomato on it, presumably some sort of garnish????

I tried the elk burger since our friends highly recommended it. Elk like buffalo are both lean meats and should be cooked slowly so as to not dry them out. This was not the case it was grilled over high heat and ended up dry, chewy and tasteless. It takes a special talent to make a burger of any meat chewy, but they succeeded.

Our friends raved about the food while we picked at ours and made polite conversation. The Bottom line is that this is the quality of food that was served 30-40 years ago and many places in Spokane/Post Falls/CDA have not evolved with the times. If this was the 1970's G.W. Hunters WOULD be a top notch diner/coffee shop, the difference is that it is 2008 and the culinary express has passed these people by.

Pros: The water was good!

Cons: Horrible Food, $$ Expensive for what you get $$

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By far my favorite place to eat, hefty portions and descent prices. I recommend their steaks. Very tasty

By far my favorite place to eat, hefty portions and descent prices. I recommend their steaks. Very tasty

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★★★★★

By far my favorite place to eat, hefty portions and descent prices. I recommend their steaks. Very tasty

By far my favorite place to eat, hefty portions and descent prices. I recommend their steaks. Very tasty

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My husband and I had our anniversary dinner here. It was excellent. The service was very friendly and outstanding. Many families had children with them and they seemed to have a lot to choose from on the menu. Lots of comfort food!

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★★★★☆

My husband and I had our anniversary dinner here. It was excellent. The service was very friendly and outstanding. Many families had children with them and they seemed to have a lot to choose from on the menu. Lots of comfort food!

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