Steaks, along with black coffee, entire pies, and eau de lawnmower, are an essential part of the 1950s Tough Gent's Diet Plan. Get in prime vintage shape with today’s Groupon to Frisco’s in Eganville. Choose between the following options:
* For $15, you get $30 worth of steak, seafood, and drinks during dinner.
* For $10, you get $20 worth of steak, seafood, and drinks during lunch.
Frisco’s chefs expertly grill steaks aged at least 28 days and please palates with an extensive menu of seafood and pastas served in an eatery overlooking the Bonnechere River. The prime rib steak ($24), 10-ounces trimmed from AAA Alberta Angus rib eye, comes fire-grilled and glazed in a teriyaki horseradish to seal in any flavour morsels trying to elope with Mrs. Dash. Cut from wild catch, the grilled sweet soy salmon ($19) plates a filet brushed in sweet soy sesame glaze atop Yukon gold mashed potatoes. Lighter bites occupy fingers otherwise busy making shadow puppets, such as the poppy seed-crusted goat cheese ($9) accompanied by garlic foccacia and a mango, red pepper, and maple salsa. Frisco’s embraces a more casual attitude at lunch, rolling out a creative menu of dishes including the Mediterranean strudel enfolding grilled chicken, roasted red peppers, wild mushrooms, and feta in filo pastry ($10.99), and the pretzel Reuben ($11.99) piling house corned beef atop a pretzel roll.
Don't be fooled my Frisco's quaint exterior—inside, the chefs are making culinary magic happen in the kitchen. On the menu, some of the kitchen favorites include wild-boar and bison sausages plated with walnut chutney and yukon-potato mash, as well as the lobster- or shrimp-topped mushroom fettuccine with truffle oil, kale, tomatoes, and mushrooms in a sherry-cream sauce. Of course, classic steak-house dishes like bacon-wrapped filet mignon, roast prime rib, and boneless rib eye are highlights here, though they can be elevated by the addition of seafood or a rich sauce, such as the sun-dried tomato and mushroom pinot grigio cream.