I’ve heard many great thing about Crazyweed Kitchen so we recently went there to try them out! We made a reservation which turned out to be a good idea as they were very busy! We got seated right away and the staff was extremely friendly!
We started with their Soup de jour which was a curried butternut squash soup which was a little bowl of tons of flavour! The soup was excellent and we weren’t sure why they bothered giving us some bread with the soup as it was paper thin, we couldn’t even get butter on it and if it touched the soup, it just disintegrated. So, we just enjoyed the soup as is.
I ordered the Albacore Tuna Sandwich which was an openface sandwich made on crispy ciabatta with garlic aioli, arugula topped with green olive tapenade served with duck fat potato skins. The sandwich itself was absolutely delicious while the duck fat potato skins sounds awesome, it was soggy and too greasy. I would’ve devoured the entire plate if it was crispy!
My husband ordered the Chicken Pot Pie which was really hearty, more like a chicken stew which was absolutely delicious and warming to the soul! The pie was made with mushrooms, carrots, potatoes, peas, truffle, tarragon, thyme, topped with buttery crust served with greens!
Overall, we loved Crazyweed as much as everyone else! The price was about the same for any dining option in Canmore. It was an absolutely amazing dining experience and I am sure we will be returning one day soon again!
1600 Railway Ave
Posted: Friday, July 25th, 2014 @ 5:23 PM
Categories: Alberta, Canada, Dinner, Food, Food Review, Lunch.
Tags: alberta, canada, canmore, crazyweed.
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