My friend invited me to the Keg to celebrate my birthday. We have ordered couple foods, the size is great. I have to pick what I left after meal because I am keep in diet. Even though the regular size dishes are enough for most people. For the waiter who served us, he is very kind and helpful to explain what the menu showed. I really like seafood, and the Keg provides lobster which my favourite dish. If you like a date or romantic place, here we go.
Customer service was great and the meal was excellent. The atmosphere was excellent and the waiters were amazing. The food was awesome and the kids enjoyed every bit of it.
A very romantic ambiance. Had the pistachio crusted salmon and I loved it. Red wine sangria, i guess, complemented it. Good service. Tables are a bit tight from another you can hear conversations.
Delicious I ordered Chicken it was juicy and so delicious it has vegetables on the side and baked potatoes with sour cream. My husband ordered a steake it was delicious too. The place is so nice and romantic perfect for celebrations and dating, has other casual side too.
Wayyyy overpriced. Service was very friendly and adequate, though they are definitely trained to rush you a bit. Ambiance is rather generic, though the bathroom is clean and nice. My favourite part of the meal was the warm bread at the beginning, which was great. I had the blackberry daiquiri - good. We started with appetizers—calamari and escargot—which were fine, but nothing particularly noteworthy, especially for the price. The biggest let down was the main course. My partner had the filet mignon, which was overcooked (unacceptable for a steak house of this price range) and oddly shaped for the cut. I had the lobster tails ($44), which came with no butter or seasoning of any kind. Just two frozen tails plopped on my plate that I could have gotten at the grocery store for $10. The sides were even worse. The mushroom rice is one of the blandest things I’ve ever tasted, zero seasoning, even the onions tasted like nothing. I can’t believe this is a regular side. The asparagus, similarly, had zero flavour. Just some oversteamed stems flopped on my plate. If the meal didn’t cost $150 for two people, I’d be more gracious. Thank gawdess we had gift cards that covered it. There are an infinite number of restaurants in Saskatoon with better food and pricing. Save your $$$. Now I’m going to attach some good photos that make the joint look better than it is.
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