Selkirk Grille

Cornish HenLast night was time again for one of our favorite nights of the year. The office Christmas party. Yes, it is true, good times are always had by all. We always get to start the evening with a lovely dinner out. This year it was Selkirk grille, located in Gasoline Alley just outside of Heritage Park. We started off sharing some appetizers, Duck Confit Poutine, Salt and pepper Squid, and a meat a cracker platter (there was a fancier name for this, however sadly, I don’t remember what it was). All were delicious, my personal favorite was of course the poutine but that’s just because I really love poutine! Soups and salads were next, not ordering one myself, all I can say is everyone was very pleased. Then on to the main course, I ordered the Duo of Cornish Hens. The skin was perfectly crispy, the sage bread pudding on the side was delectable! My husband ordered the beef tenderloin (pictured below) the few bites that I tried were also delicious! Next on to dessert, I had the chocolate creme du pot- ( think that is what it was called), basically a creamy, rich chocolate mousse with a side of shortbread cookie. I can honestly say it was the perfect ending to the meal. There was not one morsel eaten that was not enjoyed to the extreme, and with a party of 12, I can say we all left very happy, very full, and ready to go back for more.Beef Tenderloin
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