Monday, March 10, 2014

Law Courts Inn

March 10, 2014

Grilled Alberta rib-eye steak - 2

J's comment > an example of when the quality of the ingredient can save and forgive the most hopeless situation; I could tell that the steak was stored frozen, defrosted in the microwave, and then grilled - evidence in the brownness of the meat when you cut into it (the inside got boiled by the water retention as it was microwaved back to room temp); despite this 'cooking style', the meat was very tender (it is a rib-eye...), but unfortunately hardly any beef or any flavor actually, as it's all been frozen and boiled away; fries were quite good actually, on the mushy side, the way I like it.

Butter tart - 2

J's comment > not bad at all, it was served warm, so that was nice, but the crust could have been a tad crisper.


FYI, there's also a buffet if you're in the mood for same

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Extra Comment
I got the feeling (esp from the website), that this location caters more to functions, eg. weddings, than focusing on the food.

Labels: buffet, downtown

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