The Okanagan Pizza pros sort their pizza creations into two categories: Ol’ Favourites and Somethin’ Different. But that doesn’t mean that traditional and adventurous pizza lovers can’t chow down on pies from both lists. The Favourites side tempts diners with double cheese, double pepperoni, or the canadian’s trio of pepperoni, mushrooms, and bacon. The chefs further flex their pairing skills on the Somethin’ Different list—for example, combining garlic butter, chicken, chili spices, alfredo sauce, noodles, red peppers, and mozzarella on the spicy alfredo-chicken-pasta pizza. They drop a half pound of meat onto the T-Rex pizza and pile bacon, cheddar, peppercorn ranch, onions, and potatoes onto the Spud pie. Patrons can pick up pies for carryout or order slices or whole pizzas online and have them delivered to their assigned judge for traffic court.
Caribbean Kitchen serves a menu resplendent with authentic West Indian cuisine showcasing the flavours of Trinidad, Jamaica, and Grenada. The curry goat roti ($12.95) takes homemade flat bread and stuffs it with crushed yellow peas, dhal puri spices, and curried chickpeas, potato, and savoury goat meat. Entrees include spicy jerk chicken ($8.95 per small, $12.95 per large) and certified Halal oxtail ($12.95 per small/ $16.95 per large), both served with rice, kidney beans, and coleslaw. Only fresh ingredients are used for Caribbean Kitchen's dishes, providing patron's eager bellies with crisp flavour and the newfound ability to banter in animal kingdom street slang.
The eye-catching decor of Taki Japanese Grill is marked by samurai swords, exposed brick, and a streamlined design scheme. It’s mirrored in the artfully plated dishes that emerge from the kitchen and sushi bar. While seated on plush black leather chairs or at curtained-off booths, diners sip five types or martinis in between bites of specialty maki rolls, sashimi bento boxes, and traditional yakisoba noodles.