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Arctic Char at the Chase

Posted by Derek Flack / August 29, 2014

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Still Hungry / August 29, 2014 at 12:42 pm
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Wow, that is an awfully big meal. Not sure I could finish it with all those tiny chips of vegetables, and the generous spoonful of sauce.
Wonder how much this bountiful, stacked-high plate costs?
Davy Gravy replying to a comment from Still Hungry / August 29, 2014 at 01:03 pm
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$30.

http://www.thechasetoronto.com/offerings.html
Please Sir, can I have more? / August 29, 2014 at 01:09 pm
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I reckon that to be about 6 bucks a mouthful.
2rich replying to a comment from Still Hungry / August 29, 2014 at 01:15 pm
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If you have to ask you probably can't afford it...
Sue replying to a comment from 2rich / August 29, 2014 at 01:18 pm
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Is that a dig? If you have to ask your probably good with your money and not a fool with it.
2stupid more like it / August 29, 2014 at 01:26 pm
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If you are cowed by restaurants that intimidate you into not commenting on tiny portions, then you deserve everything you get. Believe it or not, $30 is not the princely sum you seem to imagine it to be. Plenty of people could afford it if they wanted to, but choose to get better value for their money. Sheeple like yourself are afraid to demand more. I hope an over-bearing waiter brings back your payment and demands you tip more. You sound like the meek little mouse who will apologize and pony up more cash so as not to offend anyone.
cathie / August 29, 2014 at 05:49 pm
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What a sad, pathetic looking meal. It looks like this is for inmates or patients.
Frugal / August 30, 2014 at 04:58 am
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I had this delicious dish on Wednesday - worth every penny.
The Bard / August 30, 2014 at 12:17 pm
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Looks tasty, but small. Arctic Char, pan seared and roasted in the oven. Appears to be deep fried or oven dried root vegetable chips, and a miniscule bit of greens. No easier dish on earth to prepare. Should be delicious for that price. Minimalistic plates increase profit for restaurants and most people are too intimidated to mention that the quantities are tiny. People are awed when they enter an expensive restaurant and are easily manipulated, for they deeply fear being thought that they "can't afford the menu", by pompous twits.

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