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$60 for a Three-Course Seasonal Chef's Dinner for Two at Tusq ($120 Value)

Central Business District

71% of 121 customers recommend

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The chef preps meat and vegetarian plates for a three- or four-course seasonal dinner, which changes every few weeks

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Expires Oct 17th, 2013. Limit 1 per customer. Limit 1 per table. Reservation required. Valid only for dinner. Valid only Monday - Thursday. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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$60 for a Three-Course Seasonal Chef's Dinner for Two ($120 Value)

The seasonal dinner encompasses three to four courses—typically an appetizer, entree, and dessert—which change every few weeks according to the whims of the chef. Past items on the prix-fixe menu include pan-seared tilapia with apple chutney, prosciutto-wrapped chicken thighs, and panko-crusted lamb chops with raspberry purée. The dishes can be modified to accommodate vegetarian diets and allergies.


If you peer into the open kitchen at Tusq from visit to visit, you'll rarely see the same process twice. Mirroring its rotating tasting menu, Tusq has recently revamped the restaurant with new chic décor creating a swanky feel and a freshly updated menu to match.The tasting menu include flighty dishes that change at a few weeks' notice, offering a small window of time for guests to sample the likes of pan-roasted scallops or crème brûlée. Those interested in constancy can turn to the regular dinner menu. With duck confit wontons and a 9-ounce strip steak in a root-beer reduction, it's ample evidence of the chef's adventurous streak. Lunch is similarly creative, featuring sandwiches of orange-glazed salmon and penne pasta with wild game sausage.

Tusq serves these plates and made-from-scratch desserts in an upscale dining room. Two private rooms also host gatherings, one in a chic corporate lounge, and one in a bistro-style space with its own bartender. Still, the restaurant's atmosphere avoids pretension—after supper and wine, you can belt out your favourite songs at StaQatto, where a duelling pianos show entertains crowds every Friday and Saturday. The pianists take suggestions from a set list of 2,000 songs, and encourage audiences to participate by dancing, singing, or stretching strings from their mouths to their feet and serving as a standup bass.


In a nice location, the service was excellent and my salad and Herb Panko Tillapia were outstanding.

John S, TripAdvisor, 8/11/2012


71% of 121 customers recommend

  • “Excellent opportunity to try out a new restaurant...”

  • “We will definitely go back.”

  • “A great experience, the food was delicious”

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    Central Business District

    416 21st Street East

    Saskatoon, Saskatchewan S7K 0C2

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