Best Fast Food Restaurants in Banff

We've collected top 10 mentioned fast food restaurants in Banff from other articles such as, Spiritual Travels, life with zandra.

Best Fast Food Restaurants in Banff

Eddie Burger Bar
Eddie Burger Bar
4.5 (1786 ratings)
Creative burgers are served at this casual nook, which also offers poutine, craft beers & shakes.
137 Banff Ave #6, Banff, AB T1L 1B7, Canada
RestaurantAmerican restaurantCocktail barDinerFast food restaurantHamburger restaurantLoungePubSports bar
Mentioned by Things To Do
Banff Food Guide: 10 Must-Eat Restaurants & Street Food Stalls in Banff
"#6 137 Banff Av, Banff, Banff National Park, Alberta T1L 1B7, CanadaTakeout, Reservations, Seating, Waitstaff, Television, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Free WifiAmerican, Bar, Canadian, Vegetarian Friendly, Vegan Options, Gluten Free OptionsLunch, Dinner, Late Night+1 403-762-2230"
BeaverTails Banff (West)
BeaverTails Banff (West)
4.4 (232 ratings)
201 Banff Ave, Banff, AB T1L 1A4, Canada
Fast food restaurantDessert restaurantDessert shop
Mentioned by Spiritual Travels
Banff with Kids: 20+ Fun Things to Do in Canada’s Top National Park
"There are loads of sweet treats to tempt your kids in Banff, but for us, the ultimate temptation is always BeaverTails. A Beaver Tail is a classic Canadian treat consisting of a flat piece of fried dough smothered with your choice of sweet toppings. You can find this chain at famous attractions and national parks across Canada."
Mentioned by life with zandra
"If you’re going to Banff then getting a BeaverTail is a must!. They are a Canadian pastry and one of my favourite ways to indulge, it’s essentially a big flat doughnut. Make sure you request for it to be vegan."
El Toro Restaurant
El Toro Restaurant
4 (265 ratings)
Upscale eatery serving Canadian, Mexican & Spanish-influenced cuisine, including breakfast & tapas.
429 Banff Ave, Banff, AB T1L 1B1, Canada
RestaurantBreakfast restaurantDessert restaurantFast food restaurantLatin American restaurantMexican restaurantSpanish restaurant
Mentioned by Must Do Canada
15 of the Best Banff Restaurants for 2021
"Located inside Irwin’s Mountain Inn Hotel, this restaurant serves up food with a Mexican and Spanish influence. In addition to mains, they also serve tapas, which are smaller plates that enable you to try a variety of foods. Tapas are quite popular in Spain and two options we tried during our visit was the Sauza Cream Prawns, which are sauteed in a tequila cream sauce, as well as the Seafood Ceviche, which includes Salmon, Prawns, and Scallops marinated in lime juice, tomatoes, jalapenos, cilantro and onions."
Mentioned by Elite Jetsetter
The Best Breakfast in Banff - Where The Locals Go
"El Toro has been a feature in Banff for over 40 years, and features Canadian cuisine with a spanish/latino twist. Breakfasts cost between 7 and 15 bucks and features a very egg heavy menu; eggs benedicts, omelettes, scrambles, breakfast burritos etc. It’s wholesome food that’s worth checking out if Banff is busy and you’re looking for a breakfast spot in a pinch or you’re getting an early start."
3.7 (1374 ratings)
Classic, long-running fast-food chain known for its burgers, fries & shakes.
116 Banff Ave, Banff, AB T1L 1H1, Canada
Fast food restaurantAmerican restaurantBreakfast restaurantCafeHamburger restaurantRestaurant
3.9 (491 ratings)
Fast-food burger chain serving sides such as chili & baked potatoes.
1729 Bow Valley Trail, Canmore, AB T1W 1L7, Canada
Fast food restaurantHamburger restaurantRestaurant
Tim Hortons
Tim Hortons
3.7 (1453 ratings)
Canadian chain selling signature premium-blend coffee, plus light fare like pastries & panini.
100 Gopher St, Banff, AB T1L 1J3, Canada
RestaurantFast food restaurant
3.7 (128 ratings)
Casual counter-serve chain for build-your-own sandwiches & salads, with health-conscious options.
137 Banff Ave Bay 9, Banff, AB T1L 1A7, Canada
Sandwich shopCatererFast food restaurantTakeout RestaurantRestaurant
Dairy Queen Grill & Chill
Dairy Queen Grill & Chill
1.9 (72 ratings)
Soft-serve ice cream & signature shakes top the menu at this classic burger & fries fast-food chain.
C1a-317, Banff Ave, Banff, AB T1L 1A1, Canada
Fast food restaurantIce cream shop
A&W Canada
A&W Canada
4.2 (41 ratings)
Fast-food outlet serving up namesake root beer & floats, plus burgers, chicken & fries.
601 Banff Ave, Banff, AB T1L 1A2, Canada
Hamburger restaurantAmerican restaurantBreakfast restaurantChicken restaurantFast food restaurant
BeaverTails Banff (East)
BeaverTails Banff (East)
4.4 (464 ratings)
120 Banff Ave, Banff, AB T1L 1E7, Canada
Fast food restaurantDessert restaurantDessert shopIce cream shop
Mentioned by Styled to Sparkle
Where To Eat In Banff: My 7 Favourite Dining Spots
"I know that Beaver Tails is more of a take-out spot than a restaurant but I feel it’s worth mentioning because their offerings are so delicious. A beaver tail is a Canadian take on the traditional state fair elephant ear. Customize your beaver tail with all sorts of topping options or opt for it plain with just a dusting of sugar (my preference)."

Best Fine Dining in Banff

Chuck's Steakhouse
Chuck's Steakhouse
4.6 (859 ratings)
Classy bar/eatery with a casual vibe offering locally sourced, refined steak entrees & global wines.
101 Banff Ave, Banff, AB T1L 1B3, Canada
RestaurantCanadian restaurantCocktail barFine dining restaurantMeat dish restaurantSteak houseVegetarian restaurantWine bar
Juniper Hotel & Bistro
Juniper Hotel & Bistro
4.4 (652 ratings)
Scenic retreat offering unfussy accommodations, plus a bistro with mountain views & a hot tub.
1 Juniper Way, Banff, AB T1L 1E1, Canada
HotelBrunch restaurantCanadian restaurantFine dining restaurantRestaurant
Mentioned by Culture Trip
The Best Hotels in Banff, Canada
"The Juniper sits along one of Banff’s lesser-trodden stretches, framed by lush woodland and three iconic mountain ranges. Vintage modernistinteriors do a good job of reflecting the hotel’s restful setting, with snug standard rooms oriented to the deep greens of the forest and deluxe rooms highlighting awe-inspiring valley views. The hotel’s award-winning restaurant, the Juniper Bistro, is similarly inspired by its surroundings."
Mentioned by
Where To Stay In Banff For An Amazing Mountain Getaway
"The Juniper Hotel is a small hotel just outside of Banff Town, surrounded by mountains and woodland. It is not uncommon to have wildlife sightings around the Juniper Hotel even though it is just a 25-minute walk from the center of Banff Town. The hotel has 52 rooms and plenty of handy amenities, like bike rentals on site, an activity planning desk, and an outdoor hot tub."
Mentioned by The Banff Blog
25 Best Banff Hotels to Book This Summer
"Juniper Hotel & Bistro is a beautiful accommodation option located inside Banff National Park. Its selling point is the fine dining experience at their bistro, which is considered one of the prettiest in the park. This is one of the Banff hotels not located in downtown Banff."
Storm Mountain Lodge & Cabins
Storm Mountain Lodge & Cabins
4.7 (226 ratings)
Restored 1920s log cabins with fireplaces, plus a dining room serving Canadian cuisine.
Banff National Park Of Canada, Highway 93 South, AB T1L 1C8, Canada
HotelCanadian restaurantCocktail barCraft storeFine dining restaurantLog cabinsLounge
Mentioned by The Banff Blog
The Best Restaurants in Banff That You’ll Love
"Not inside the town of Banff, but a half-hour away from town is the Storm Mountain Lodge. The lodge restaurant serves up meals with freshly baked sourdough bread, braised short ribs, and fondue. A great menu that changes seasonally so check their website for the latest offerings."
Mentioned by The Healthy Maven
Where To Eat In Banff National Park
"Double check the hours as this place isn’t open everyday, but if you’re in Banff when it is, GO. With a focus on local or sustainable Canadian food, you will absolutely find something you love. Don’t be surprised that when your food comes out it looks like a piece of art!"
Mentioned by The Broke Backpacker
Where to Stay in Banff (2021 • COOLEST Areas!)
"The inside is clean, with lots of charm, and the bedding is soft and comfortable. It has a cozy living space for the family to enjoy. Soak in the hot tub after a day of activities exploring Golden."

Top Best Japanese Restaurants in Banff

4 (483 ratings)
This simple, cozy eatery with a busy vibe offers a variety of ramen, plus other Japanese classics.
118 Banff Ave, Banff, AB, Canada
Ramen restaurantJapanese restaurant
Mentioned by SkiBig3
Banff's Best 'Hole-in-the-Wall' Eats
"Although it’s located right on the 100 block of Banff Ave, you might miss this little Japanese noodle house. This local favourite serves up filling and affordable rice and noodle bowls. If you’re extra hungry, order the hearty Katsu Don."
Mentioned by Banff 4 days itinerary
Things to do in Banff National Park: 4-Day Itinerary
"Chaya Ramen, Banff – This was a very small Japanese restaurant but offered a variety of ramen and other Japanese dishes. It was always crowded but we took our ramen to go. The ramen were all delicious and hit the spot during a cold day."
Ramen Arashi Banff
Ramen Arashi Banff
4.5 (651 ratings)
Ramen variations including vegetarian versions with Japanese appetizers in a compact cafe space.
3rd floor #213 Sundance Mall, 215 Banff Ave Box 4153, Banff, AB T1L 1E6, Canada
Ramen restaurantJapanese restaurantRestaurant
Hello Sunshine
Hello Sunshine
4.8 (17 ratings)
208 Wolf St #101, Banff, AB T1L 1B3, Canada
RestaurantJapanese restaurantSushi restaurant

Best Nature and Parks (RV, National, Dog, etc) in Banff

Canmore Cave Tours
Canmore Cave Tours
4.9 (249 ratings)5 (801 ratings)
129 Bow Meadows Crescent Unit 202, Canmore, AB T1W 2W8, Canada
Tour agencyNature & ParksCaverns & Caves
Cascade of Time Garden
Cascade of Time Garden
4.6 (1374 ratings)4 (349 ratings)
Tranquil, terraced gardens featuring landscaped paths & sitting areas amid diverse trees & flowers.
Cave Ave, Banff, AB T1L 1K2, Canada
GardenNature & Parks
O'Shaughnessy Falls
O'Shaughnessy Falls
4.9 (10 ratings)3.5 (4 ratings)
Kananaskis, AB, Canada
WaterfallNature & Parks
Mentioned by To Do Canada
13 Frozen Waterfalls to Visit in and Around Calgary During Winter
"Just a little way down the road from Barrier Lake in Kananaskis Country, you can find O’Shaughnessy Falls. Only a short walk from the parking lot you’ll be able to spot these beautiful frozen waterfalls. It is a great place for a visit with babies and toddlers as you can see the frozen cascade from the parking lot."
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