Mexico Lindo Oshawa's culinary wizards conjure an authentic Mexican menu, replete with offerings inspired by the flavours of Mexico City. Shrimp get a spicy makeover in the camarones Diablo ($10.95), and a beef burrito teams up with a chicken enchilada to judo-chop hunger in an Acapulco combo, furnished with throwing stars made from rice, salad, and refried beans ($12.95). Burritos emerge from the deep fryer disguised as crispy chimichangas ($9.95), and chefs roll corn tortillas around the diner's choice of fillings and drizzle the resulting enchiladas with a delectable sauce ($9.95). Diners can sample the eatery's homebrewed Mexico Lindo ale, sip margaritas, or confuse blindfolded taste buds with scoops of deep-fried ice cream ($6).
O.T.H. Gourmet Fish & Chips puts an upscale spin on traditional fish ‘n’ chips. Chefs toss panko breading atop not just cod, but scallops and other seafood, hoping to create specialties that live up to their slogan "Our Fish Are Off the Hook!" The menu has a land-based portion, too: cooks grill burgers, cut onions to make fresh onions rings, and ladle gravy over fries for poutine. Those with dietary sensitivities can nosh on gluten-free dishes served without a wheat stalk as a garnish.
Since its fairways opened in 1992, Harmony Creek Golf Centre welcomes golfers of all stripes to challenge their skills on the 18-hole executive-length course and miniature putt putt course. Water, sand, or a combination of both await errant shots on every single hole of the executive course, demanding accuracy over distance with irons and wedges. The driving range, where 50 tee stations evenly split between artificial turf and natural grass, gives players ample space to calibrate approaches with their short irons and engage in couples therapy with their drivers.
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Comino’s concocts hand-tossed pizzas that can be accessorized with pre-designed topping trios or customized combinations. The meat lover's pie carefully replicates Lascaux cave drawings of pepperoni, bacon, and ground beef, and the veggie lover's model sounds a sturdy retort in the form of green peppers, onions, and tomatoes. Though pizza as transportation is a poor second to the magic carpet, world travel is feasible through Comino’s Hawaiian and Greek creations, and, for the return trip, a toothsome passport stamp of pepperoni, bacon, and mushrooms returns slice-sailors to Canada.
Buffet World beckons growling stomachs into its 260-seat dining room with an eclectic lineup of Chinese, Japanese, and Canadian offerings. With the buffet, diners peruse and discuss ideal first dates with more than 100 items before piling plates high with tasty choices such as roast beef and pizza. Kick off voyages around the buffet line with a trip to the salad bar, sample sushi selections, and then cap off feasts with desserts such as ice cream and fortune cookies. From the takeout menu, dry noodles blend with bean sprouts and pork in a chow mein (a $5.45+ value), spicy satay sauce drizzles over beef (an $8.50 value), and shrimp weaves into a bed of mixed vegetables (an $8.50 value). Finally, expert chefs fry up veggies, rice, eggs, and chicken to stuff hungry patrons and their plastic-lined pockets with chicken fried rice. With an eye toward healthy eating, Buffet World's culinary wizards whip up their dishes using vegetable oil and fresh herbs and spices.