The best patio dining in Abbotsford, adjacent to the tarmac at the airport we feature outstanding burgers, steaks and wraps. we are open 7 days a week, 11:00 AM til midnight, with daily drink specials. Our interesting location, fabulous staff and delicious home made food make us the place to be in Abbotsford.
Scanning Del Pollo's cozy dining room, it's not unlikely you'll see a few sombreros speckled throughout the largely hatless group of guests. That’s because waiters crown birthday celebrants with the classic Mexican cap, adding an air of unpretentious fun and festivity to the room. The cooks, however, make no such distinctions—they serve their authentic Mexican cuisine to everyone no matter their day of birth. These chefs fill sizzling fajitas with prawns tossed in house sauce, wrap flour tortillas around char-grilled AAA sirloin steak marinated with chipotle peppers, and whip up a Mexican poutine with achiote sauce, jalapeños, and a three-cheese blend. In addition to classic Mexican dishes, they whip up calamari with housemade tzatziki sauce and a New Orleans–style jambalaya comprised of chorizo sausage, scallops, and veggies. Bartenders complement the kitchen’s creations with a wealth of soft drinks, beers, shooters, and sangria, as well as specialty cocktails and margaritas. The soft glow from wall lamps, flatscreen TVs, and Christmas lights strung from the ceiling illuminate the live musicians who grace Del Pollo's stage.
Like rifling through the office refrigerator at the United Nations, visiting Azul Restaurant involves sampling a lot of different cuisines, from traditional North American flavours and Asian fusion fare to dishes from Italy, Greece, and the Pacific Islands. Wonton soup and spring rolls add diversity to the eatery's signature stuffed burgers, which, like the best fortune cookies, are filled with cheese and bacon. Large TVs and game-day specials entice sports aficionados to cheer on their favourite teams over a plate of Thai-style chili chicken wings.
Diners at Station House Pub & Grill feast on sandwiches, grill-kissed steaks and burgers, and other hearty fare in a friendly, casual setting. Ten ounces of slow-roasted prime rib arrives at tables, carved by hand and accompanied by au jus ($19), and sirloin ($13 for 6 oz.; $15 for 8 oz.) and peppercorn steak dinners ($16) dress up in garnishes, homemade sauce, and their mothers’ pearls. Salads give customers a taste of the way ancient civilizations opened meals with greek ($12) and Caesar ($9) greens, and seven sandwiches vie for the title of most-filling meal in options such as the triple-decker club ($9) and the high-piled philly cheese steak ($10). For dessert, Station House chefs immerse Mars Bars and ice cream balls in batter for deep-fried goodness ($6 each). Guests can also drink in the ambience of the restaurant’s heated outdoor patio, the roar of sports scores from the restaurant’s televisions, and news from its pony express courier.
Beef, turkey, and ham covered in mozzarella cheese and tucked into a ciabatta bun. Hot Tommy’s specialty sandwich, the Wrangler, may not appear to have the same Mexican flavour profile as its fellow menu items until diners take a bite. Inside, a drizzle of hot black-bean sauce brings the spicy flavour that weaves the eatery’s whole menu together. Chicken enchiladas and banana-pepper-covered nachos recall the hot sun and natural hot-sauce springs found closer to the equator, and chili dogs and a bavarian sausage slathered in barbecue sauce blend a hint of old Europe into the mix.
The chefs at Tians Sushi specialize in building sushi rolls with soft-shell crab, avocado, and barbecue eel. In addition to the array of fresh hand rolls, sashimi, and sushi pizzas, the chefs also head to the kitchen to grill jumbo shrimp and fry rice with beef and chicken.
Before diners place their orders at Thai D'or waiters will often inquire, "Can you handle spicy food?" True to Thai culinary techniques, many of its dishes brim with fiery spices and chili-infused sauces, but chefs are eager to adjust spice content to suit each individual palate. Named for the French word for gold, the Thai restaurant lives up to its title with its fresh, authentically prepared curries, noodles, and specialties and its commitment to cultural traditions of hospitality. Servers bear blended cocktails and simmering meat, seafood, and vegetarian dishes into the dining room, where guests recline on cushy leather chairs beneath the glow of red lanterns. Eastern decor adorns the wall, and water trickles down from stone mosaics. The restaurant opens its function room to private parties, designing customized menus for family gatherings, business meetings, and kindergarten graduations.