Not sure how we eneded up at Mom’s Place, but it was a neat experience here. It really felt like the staff knew all their customers and have taken them into their hearts.
I decided I was going to have their Hangover Breakfast and I didn’t even have a hangover. It was a lot of food, a giant omelette and potatoes with toast. The portion sizes here were massive! The food was simple and delicious.
We also ordered some Pork Chop and Eggs which is exactly as you think it is! It’s some pork chop cooked on the flat top with some eggs! It’s plain and simple, but you can’t go wrong with the basic stuff!
Overall, a great place to be. The place actually fills up and parking is a bit limited. Food was great, portions sizes was large, service was decent, prices were fair!
5016 17 Ave SE,
One evening, I wasn’t sure if I wanted beer or wings, or beer and pizza. I didn’t even end up needed to pick when I decided to go to Beer Revolution on 130th Avenue SE. This location is fun with lots of craft beers and it’s a very unique experience.
I ordered their Chicken Wing Pizza which was a delicious pizza with actual chicken wings on top. It was as amazing as it sounds. This pizza was topped with bacon, provolone, parmesan, gorgonzola and peppercorn ranch topped with hot wings. I wasn’t sure how to eat the pizza, so I pulled the wings off and ate them separately. It was delicious!
This was definitely a fun spot to go!! The experience here was truly fun and casual. The service was great, and most importantly everything tasted fantastic.
180, 4307 130 Ave SE
I met up with some friends and randomly we decided to try D Spot on 17th Ave. It wasn’t too tough to get a parking spot, even with a hockey game in the city.
We decided we’d ordered some food to share and dessert for ourselves until the waiter told us the desserts we should share. We had a pizza and tried their Meat Feast Pizza which was on a pretty thin crust. The pizza is topped with chicken, ground beef, steak and bacon! It was pretty tasty.
We also had an order of BBQ Steak Poutine as the waiter recommended their poutsines to us and we can always use fries and gravy! At first glance, the portions looks small, but because it’s fries and gravy, it was pretty large! The portion was huge as we kept eating at it!
We quickly devoured the savoury food so we could order dessert! I knew what I wanted, as I saw it on my way to their bathroom where I got to walk past their cake fridge that had their cakes on display! Their Red Velvet Cheesecake caught my eye and so I knew that was my order! To my delight, it wasn’t too dense or too sweet which made it a fantastic dessert to share.
Lastly, we ordered their “popular” item as my girlfriend asked the waiter what was their most popular dessert and he said it was the Hidden Gem which is a chocolate lava cake wrapped in a crepe! Everything about this hidden gem was delicious!
We love this place, and it was packed on a Thursday night. I know I will be back for dessert as I can’t bake well so I’m always enjoy a dessert place!!
D Spot Dessert Cafe
933 17 Ave SW #100,