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Butchers Bistro – April 22, 2015

Posted on May 6, 2015

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Butchers Bistro – April 22, 2015

There’s a new bistro in town! As you know, we love so many restaurants in Collingwood and the surrounding area. We feel so lucky to live in a small town that’s big on quality and taste. If you ever feel in the mood to try something completely different, and completely unexpected, head over to the corner of Hurontario and Second St. The Butcher’s Bistro is a new establishment, working in tandem with Black Angus Fine Meats & Game, to offer unique dishes.

During our 31st Let’s Eat! meal, Butcher’s bistro served camel sliders and kangaroo tacos to start! Both were delicious, the kangaroo being my favourite, with just the right amount of spice and cilantro. Once seated, we were treated to a fantastic duck taco with a really great salad, followed by a juicy bison steak, cooked just right. No worries about repeating a meal from your last restaurant visit!

I’m typically not a desert person. I’m one of those annoying people who just wants a few bites of something sweet after dinner. But that changed when desert was put in front of me at Butcher’s Bistro. It was a decadent chocolate brownie, topped with house made Guinness ice cream, as well as chocolate sauce and berries, and crowned with candied boar bacon. Are you kidding me!?! It was outstanding. I hope it’ll be an item on their regular menu.

All of this unique and delicious food was enjoyed with excellent wine, compliments of Four Wheels Farm in Creemore. We tasted 6 varieties of wines from Four Wheels, and the reviews were unanimously positive, even from chefs and restaurant owners. It was a true treat.

We have to say a huge thank you to chef Rob Lussier and all the wonderful staff of Butcher’s Bistro. They were truly the most important ingredient of the evening, treating us all like friends and VIPs. What a wonderful introduction to this new bistro.

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