Monday, April 19, 2010

Moriarty's (Edmonton)

So during work on Sunday, me and Raeanna had a hour break to spare and we didn't want to eat the same shaw food again, so we headed to Moriarty's Bistro and Bar to grab a little snack before rushing back to work.

As you can can see, it was not at all busy, which was kinda sad but really nice we had the place to yourselves! I really like their modern and clean layout.

Spanish Flat Bread ($17)
Chorizo, Goat Cheese, Caramelized Onions, unknown dressing

Raeanna loved the flakiness of the pastry, to me it reminds me of the same thing from a Chinese bakery with the meat filling in the middle, which is good. Everything worked great, through there was a sharp tang, that made the dish off due to the unknown dressing. But all in all, a good little snack to share but would be way better with a different sauce!

Root Beer Creme Brulee ($11)

Man, the top layer of this brulee was thick! Which made a perfect "crack" sound. Very good brulee, although I don't think the root beer was in the custard itself but on the top layer where they torch the layer, too bad, I wanted more root beer flavor.

Moriarty's Bistro & Wine Bar
10162 100A Street
(780) 757 -2005

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