Cafe Balzam is simple French cuisine, mostly crepes, which are not so common in the North. At Café balzam, crepes are made using sourdough (regular) or gluten-free batters. 90% of the dishes and desserts are completely made-in-house.
The restaurant holds a liquor licence for serving beer, cider and wine and offer a a great variety of beverages, including many Yukon Brewery local products. Hard liquors such as whiskey, rum or vodka are not available.
If you plan to go for a soak after your dinner, please note that no alcohol is allowed under any circumstances in the Takhini Hot Pools.
Café Balzam is open-year round, only closing for a couple weeks to do seasonal maintenance in the spring and fall. If you plan to come for dinner, please call or visit the website to make sure the restaurant will be open, as it is NOT open 7 days a week! Do not call or email the two RV Gypsies. They have nothing to do with this restaurant!
The deck is open about 4-5 months a year, between May and September. In the wintertime, it can be opened for special events. The two RV Gypsies tried their specialty - the hamburger crepe and were not impressed - see the 4 photos below.