I remember the Grand theatre in the seventies. I saw taxi Driver there. There still are ruminants of the old theatre. The floor and the entry. Going there had a nostalgic glow. Until the waiter came.
What a piece of work that little mister was. I didn’t get the sense he was a waiter. I suspect elevated dishwasher. He did say the place liked to elevate foods. Oh why stop there. He was ripe in condescension.
The food was mediocre to bland except the beef tartare. Felt like Elevated food from Denny’s. we were interested in shared plates. The first two were beef tartare and pork cheeks. The pork cheeks was reminiscent of baked ham, tasteless sauce and a greasy fried egg on top. The waiter was quick to add to make sure we mixed in the egg to ensure we got the entire dish the way the cook intended. Well that didn’t make it special.
We then had roasted Brussel sprouts, broccolini, sablefish, pork belly.
Salty. I wouldn’t be surprised to hear the waiter say have some salt on your cheese you’ll like it.
Speaking of cheese the broccolini was laced with mozzarella cheese More cheese on that than most pizza joints. Psst tell the cook cheese is not a condiment!!!!!
Ok end of the night time for the bill. The waiter cleared half the table then flitted off to new arrivals. There was finally entertainment. The waiter said most people come for the Brussel sprouts. Whatttt???? Those sprouts were not special. Try the Brussel Sprouts at the market on 17 ave. Try the pork belly at CrazyWeed in Canmore but don’t go there for anything but the beef tartare he still didn’t return to clear the table. Another waitress took our info for th
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