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10 THINGS TO TRY AT THE CACTUS CLUB CAFE

posted by The Prep Guy June 5, 2018 2 Comments

Hey Prepsters,

I’m excited to announce one of the newest segments to my blog, ’10 Things To Try’, where I rank my personal top 10 items from a particular business. The Cactus Club Cafe’s First Canadian Place location has been one of my all time favourite Toronto restaurants for the past year or so. The restaurant is a great choice for business lunches, first dates and family dinners because of their beautiful atmosphere and delicious easy dining food. Here are 10 menu items you definitely should try out at The Cactus Club Cafe:

1. Butternut Squash Ravioli with Prawns

Made with: butternut squash and mascarpone ravioli, truffle butter, sautéed jumbo prawns, pine nuts, crispy sage

2. Cajun Chicken Burger

Made with: cajun seasoned chicken, aged cheddar, lettuce, tomato

3. Szechuan Chicken Lettuce Wraps

Made with: chicken, sweet and spicy szechuan glaze, peanuts, wontons, korean chili sauce, spicy yogurt

4. Mini Burgers

Made with: certified angus beef®, cheddar, bacon, lettuce, tomato, red pepper relish, dijon mayonnaise

5. Crispy Yam Fries

Made with: yam fries (duh), garlic aioli

6. Quinoa Salad

Made with: fresh greens, arugula, cucumber, feta, raisins, capers, grape tomatoes, peppers, spicy pecans, sherry vinaigrette

7. Hunter Chicken

Made with: chicken, shiitake, portabello, button and crimini mushroom demi-glace, buttered mashed potatoes, green beans

8. White Chocolate Cheesecake

Made with: chocolate cookie crust, raspberry compote, hand whipped cream

9. The Bellini

Made with: bacardi white rum, peach schnapps, sparkling wine, peach and sangria

10. Summer Smash

Made with: gordon’s dry gin, cucumber, thai basil, ginger, fresh lime and soda


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2 Comments

dereck June 26, 2018 at 8:09 am

Hunter Chicken sounds good!!!

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dereck June 26, 2018 at 8:10 am

Burgers sounds goood!

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