Traditional comfort food favourites share menu space with a new batch of sophisticated entrees at this family-friendly fooderie. Breakfast buffs will awaken with gusto knowing the breakfast sandwich with eggs and bacon ($5.69) is there to jump-start any Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday morning raves. Signature mouth-melters, such as hand-battered fish and chips ($11.49 for three pieces), pave the savoury way for Moroccan chicken with North African spices ($9.59) and the house-perfected pulled pork sandwich ($9.79), all of which are made-to-order. Dessert crowns any royally-deserved meal by way of Jerry's own natural gelatos (one or two flavours for $4.99), and the holiday ice cream gift pack ($16.99) of creamy eggnog ice cream, gingersnap ice cream and breezy candy cane gelato will make an appropriate reward for all the coal-swatters in your life this holiday season.
At The Upstairs Fondue Restaurant, guests savour cheesy and chocolaty fondues in a merlot-tinted dining room peppered with high-back chairs and cozy booths. Within this elegant, romance-inducing atmosphere, chefs churn out a signature four-course fondue feast. The interactive meal commences with soup or salad before segueing into cheese fondue, which beckons couples to dunk french baguettes and seasonal veggies into bubbling pots of gooey swiss cheese or smoked aged cheddar. Vegetarian- and carnivore-friendly entrees arrive next, ready for guests to spear morsels of beef, tofu, or seafood on a fork and cook them to personal perfection in hot oil. Finally, servers position themselves tableside to flambé dark-chocolate-infused fondue with a night light to protect diners from bad dreams. Any of The Upstairs Fondue Restaurant's items can also be enjoyed without the four-course commitment, as can glasses of wine and creative martinis and cocktails.
At Broadway Café, grill gurus flip a dozen burger varieties, trap sandwich fixings between toasted kaiser-bun halves, and blend extra-thick milkshakes. Patrons can perch at the red-checkered Formica counters and test their mouth capacity with the deluxe burger, a beef patty loaded with fried onions and ham ($7.10) or the foot-long chili dog smothered in piquant chili sauce and creamy cheese ($7.15). The reuben ($9.85) treats taste buds to corned beef and sauerkraut laced with tangy thousand island dressing, and a hot steak sandwich ($12.50) pairs a 6-ounce top sirloin steak with house-made fries or creamy mashed potatoes. For dessert, straws plumb the creamy depths of old-fashioned chocolate, strawberry and vanilla milkshakes ($5.25) as eyes wander past the photos, posters, and framed dry-cleaning receipts of Elvis, Marilyn Monroe, and James Dean.
Within Crave Yogurt Bar’s colourful walls, guests swirl fresh frozen yogourt and all-natural non-dairy sorbets into cups. They then dress the yogourt—complete with live and active cultures—with an array of fresh fruit, such as raspberries, kiwis, and grapes, and dry toppings, such as Cap'n Crunch or sprinkles. After constructing the layers of flavour, guests weigh and savour the edible masterpieces as Picasso must have always dreamed he could.
Rich café drinks, baked goods, and wireless Internet access make Café.com an oasis of comfort for shoppers in the midst of Market Mall. Baristas brew four different types of coffee each day to accommodate differing tastes and personalities and mix old-fashioned milk shakes by hand rather than by swing-dancing the contributing cow. Freshly baked pastries and ice-cream treats reward children or adults for good behaviour, and the shop also creates a line of specialty dips and cheese balls to share with friends and arranges gift baskets made to order or filled with a preselected assortment of goodies.