Saturday 10 December 2011

The Richmond Rogue, Toronto, ON

After Gord and I left the Toronto Christmas Market, we ended up at the Richmond Rogue for supper.

We'd never been there before so thought we'd check it out.

It's a cute place. We sat at the bar.

The rest of the place reminded me of a family restaurant.

I ordered Fish n’chips (beer battered halibut fillet served with fries, homemade coleslaw and creamy tartar sauce).

It was okay, not great. Considering it was $14, there could have been more fish (it was mostly batter).

Gord ordered Rogue chicken wings (1 lb of herb marinated chicken wings tossed in your choice of mild, medium, hot, suicide, bbq, honey garlic or sweet chili sauce - he got sweet chili sauce) and onion rings.

The bartender had told me that the wings were breaded so I didn't order any (I'm not a fan of battered wings). I wish I had because Gord's wings were better than my fish. It's like they were Shake 'n Baked then deep fried.The onion rings were really good.

I'd stop in again for a drink and wings if I was in the area.

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