Our final stop for lunch before heading home was at Loaf, a really cute little cafe located on Main Street in Fernie.
There was a bunch of tables and a large family style table right in the middle. From our table you could see the kitchen and watch the chefs make our meals.
It was very busy and continued to be busy while we were there. It seemed like the place you had to go for lunch.
By the time we arrived in Fernie at 1:30 they were already sold out of a bunch of menu items and we noticed that it was slow service, we had to wait at least 30 minutes for our food.
My daughter and I ordered the CBLT for $16.00 (even though my daughter wanted a Chicken Caesar and they were sold out). The sandwich had Chicken, Bacon, Greens, Tomato, and Aioli on Toasted Sourdough. The chicken was seasoned really well, the flavours were absolutely delicious all together. It was also a bonus that the sourdough was homemade.
My wife ordered the Lunch Burger for $16.00 and it tasted really good. The burger was a house-made patty loaded with greens, onion, tomato and red pepper chutney on a house made ciabatta bun. Unfortunately her burger didn’t have the Chutney since the waiter said it was going to be spicy. It also came with shoestring fries which were good.
Besides having to wait 30 minutes for our food, the wait staff was friendly and accommodating.
Monday to Sunday – 10:00AM – 10:00PM
There was parking all along Main Street and luckily the parking if free.
If we were back in Fernie I am sure we would go back and try their Stone Baked Pizza since we seen a ton of them coming out of the kitchen.