At Grub the menu changes every night to reflect what is seasonal and fresh. The norm on their menu will always have a selection of meat, seafood, vegetarian and vegan dishes to choose from. Commonly, if it is a busy night some of their dishes may run out and you might be left with only the vegetarian option. Nevertheless, even if you aren’t a vegetarian you will enjoy their creation.
CHAR– Seared arctic char filet, risotto with celeriac puree + pine nuts, avocado crab salsa
LAMB– Roasted half rack, okanagan goat cheese + sweet potato pudding, eggplant, pepper ragout, mint yogurt
DUCK– Ancho dusted wentcle duck breast, house made gnocchi with sundried tomato, bocconcini + basil pesto, tarragon Dijon emulsion
Since the mains were so tasty, I was hoping that that the desserts would be the same! Sadly, this was not the case. Next time I’ll probably skip dessert.
Stilton Crème – Baked cheese custard with walnuts. Served with poached sour cherries figs and crostini
Chocolate Bourbon Tart -Sweet, chocolaty, crunchy, decadent tart
Overall:Every dish was created beautifully and was full of flavor. I will definitely be back for more since there is something new to try every time! Reservations are recommended on busy nights since they are a fairly small joint.
*Our scoring system is out of 5. With 5 being the highest score.