The main draw of Austin Fish & Chips is, of course, crispy battered fillets paired with hand-cut fries and housemade slaw. The fish 'n' chips options are available with flaky halibut or wild cod. Beyond that, the menu includes a variety of crave-sating seafood, including a halibut burger, popcorn shrimp, and combos of prawns, oysters, scallops, and fish.
As visitors approach the rustic 1927 heritage farmhouse, they're greeted with the familiar aroma of homemade country-style classics. Little Farmhouse in the City welcomes travellers, diners, and lost Girl Scout Cookie salesgirls alike with first-class bed-and-breakfast suites as well as a full-service restaurant. Within the dining room, plates of hearty breakfast omelettes are soon replaced by homemade pastries and scones served at high tea, followed at dinner by entrees of hearty homemade soups, perogies, and shepherd's pies. An on-site gift shop peddles cards, chocolates, and artwork as well more than 150 fine teas.
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.
Boston Pizza offers a casual dining setting with over 100 menu items: pastas & gourmet pizzas made with our signature hand pressed dough.
With two locations to serve you in Abbotsford, we've got you covered. Come in with your family, or catch a game on our big screen TVs.
Adi's On The Ridge's lively lounge bustles with music and energy, but inside the kitchen Chef James Reeder is deep in concentration, assembling innovative plates of eclectic international cuisine. Whether whipping up dinner, appetizers, or brunch-buffet dishes, James and his kitchen crew prepare each item diligently from fresh ingredients.
Outside of the kitchen, bartenders gaze out onto the glitzy lounge and dining area, mixing up cocktails from premium liquors and uncapping bottles of international beer. A big-screen television glares down on drinkers and diners perched upon cushy red chairs, and sunshine pours over those seated in the outdoor patio. On weekend nights, the venue transforms into a vibrant nightclub, hosting DJs, live music, or spirited whisper choirs.:m]]
Mario Facchin embraced his passion for food by dedicating 40 years of his life to the restaurant industry. Now joined by his son David, Mario applies this same passion to The Rendezvous and its menu of Greek- and Mediterranean-inspired cuisine. Souvlaki, moussaka, and spanakopita can emerge from the kitchen along with familiar Italian dishes, including pizzas and oven-baked pastas. The cooks lend the entrees a homespun twist by making béchamel, lemon-dill, and mushroom sauces in-house and by taking zillions of pictures of every souvlaki's first grill marks.