Cutting Board Restaurant

“…Meals at the Cutting Board were gourmet. Fresh ingredients and very interesting menu !…”
-Lois H, Ashcroft BC

The Cutting Board Restaurant is situated between the Resort Office and the swimming pool and is an indoor-outdoor sunroom-style restaurant. With large log posts, exquisite French-style patio doors, and lots of plants and greenery, the open-air Cutting Board Restaurant offers epicurean delights. Read MoreVIEW MENUS

“…The great food and service continued at the Cutting Board restaurant back on dry land at the Kumsheen resort that sits high above the river with stunning views of the railway threading it’s way through the sheer rock cliffs. I could not recommend this experience highly enough for all people both young and old!…”
-Viki G

Lytton’s desert-like climate is usually cool in the mornings and hot in the afternoon and evenings (this is one of the hottest, driest areas in Canada), and the licensed patio is a great spot to sip your coffee in the morning sunlight or cool off with a chilled beer and wine after your day’s adventure.

The restaurant and outdoor patio look out over our waterfall feature, flower gardens, and dramatic White Canyon. In the spring and fall, a cozy woodstove heats the indoor section of the restaurant.

The restaurant is open daily between the first weekend of July and Labour Day Monday for breakfast and dinner (most people are out having adventures during lunch-time). Groups of 10 or more can call us at 250-455-2250 to make your reservation at any time, including lunches and early-and-late season. For more information about restaurant hours and meals, please contact the office.


We have two alternating dinner menus, so for odd-numbered dates please see Menu # 1 and for even-numbered dates, Menu #2. Our Breakfast menu is available daily.Breakfast: $15 Adult/$13 Youth/$6.50 Child (7 & under)
Dinner: $32 Adult/$27 Youth/$13.50 Child (7 & under)

*All meals are subject to 5% GST and a 10% Gratuity. Reservations must be made in advance.

With an impeccable safety record and over 200,000 satisfied visitors, making your way to the Kumsheen Resort could be one of the easiest decisions to make, but leaving could very well be the hardest.
‒ John Pigeon. Vancouver 24 Hours Magazine