The chefs at Regatta sear seafood and baste steaks against the backdrop of Muskoka Wharf's lush greenery and gentle waves. All steaks served at Regatta are AAA-certified, ensuring meat so tender it cries during car-insurance commercials. Diners can begin their dinner journey with an appetizer of baked tiger shrimp, a mountain of large, slow-roasted shrimp dotted with tomatoes and snow-capped with asiago ($14). Entrees entice eager forks with cuts such as the rib eye ($34 for 10 oz.), sirloin baseball cut ($26 for 10 oz.), or prime rib with yorkshire pudding ($25 for 10 oz.), complete with signature sauce and optionally adorned with a crown of roasted mushrooms ($4), a king crab leg ($12), or a lobster tail ($16). Cuisine artists sculpt the pickerel stack ($26) by layering fresh fish with onions, roasted garlic, and parmesan cheese before attaching it to a base of mashed potatoes and accenting it with seasonal vegetables.