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