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  • Bruschetta Beef Burger Not rated yet
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    A fresh bruschetta topping enlivens our lean burger. Use PC Burger First Thin Burger Buns - Multi-Grain if you prefer.

    Bruschetta Beef Burger
  • Grilled Montreal Steak and Corn Plate Not rated yet
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    Butter creamed with Montreal Steak Spice tops our tender steak and crispy side of corn.

    Grilled Montreal Steak and Corn Plate
  • Grilled Spiced Flank Steak Not rated yet
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    You don’t want to overcook flank steak, as overcooking toughens it. This cook time will produce lovely tender and pink meat.

    Grilled Spiced Flank Steak
  • Portobello Bison Burger Not rated yet
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    Everyone will love it, but we predict the guys will really go for our meaty bison burger, joined here by portobello mushrooms, Brie and red onion.

    Portobello Bison Burger
  • Steak, Mushroom and Onion Sandwich Not rated yet
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    Our tangy steak sauce and French bread make this the perfect steak sandwich for the meat-lover in your family.

    Steak, Mushroom and Onion Sandwich
  • Grilled Beef Salad Not rated yet
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    The tangy tamari and garlic of our Memories Sauce and the fresh crispness of cabbage and cucumber create a salad bursting with flavour and texture.

    Grilled Beef Salad
  • Grilled Kobe Striploin Steaks with Aioli Not rated yet
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    Our famous Memories of tamari garlic sauce, named after the region of Japan famous for its beef, is the perfect seasoning for steak.

    Grilled Kobe Striploin Steaks with Aioli
  • Memories of Kobe Beef Yakitori Not rated yet
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    The Japanese word “yakitori” has come to mean any small piece of food that is skewered and grilled (yaki), not just chicken (tori).

    Memories of Kobe Beef Yakitori