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Soup of the Day
BBQ Flat Bread
Tender BBQ smoked chicken with grilled asparagus and red onion topped with goats cheese on traditional flat bread.
Toasted Bread with garlic, fresh tomatoes and basil
Our signature perogies tossed with bacon, onions and sweet garden peppers
Pig Tail Sampler
Slow Roasted in their natural juices, brown sugar and our special blend of herbs and spices.
Four delicately presented mini Reuben appetizers. Perfect for Sharing.
Dusted Pork Bites
Seasoned Pork, dusted in smoked Cajun Spice.
Crisp romaine leaves tossed in our signature dressing
Tender Romaine heart grilled in oil and herbs topped with Caesar dressing and balsamic vinegar reduction.
Walnut and Mandarin
The sweetened walnuts add a nice crunch to this salad. The dressing is sweet, tangy and lightjust right for the simple ingredients of the salad
Soup and Salad Bar
Enjoy seasonal selections at your leisure.
Berry Strawberry Salad
Sweet Strawberries, Blueberries and Red Onions make up this seasonal favourite.
(Served with choice of French Fries, Baked Potato, Rice or Steamed Vegetables)
Piled High Pastrami on Sourdough
One half pound of authentic pastrami on our own sourdough bun
Chicken Pancetta Club
Destied to become a favourite. Moist chicken and pancetta bacon with caramelized apple mayo and aged cheddar.
Roasted Vegetable Panini
Roasted vegetables and the wild flavour of portabella mushrooms fill this sandwich. Finish with a hint of feta cheese.
Parisian Chicken with Roasted Peppers
Parisian inspired chicken sharing a bun with roasted peppers. Topped with Brie cheese and served on Panini bread.
Shaved Beef Focaccia
Shaved AAA beef with caramelized onions and peppers on a focaccia bun. Served with Chipotle au jus.
Slow cooked pork in our own BBQ sauce. Matched perfectly with a sourdough bun.
Mile High Western
Three eggs high and peppered with fresh vegetables.
(Served with choice of French fries, baked potato, rice or steamed vegetables)
Our hand pressed 8 oz patty topped with Portobello Mushrooms and Goats Cheese
THALI LEGUME/VEGETARIAN THALI
Legume Korma(dal),Salade,Pain Naan, Pois Chiches, Riz,Servi.
Vegetables Korma,Chick Peas, Malai Kofta,Salad,Rice,Naan.
Call us old fashioned. Our patty topped with aged cheddar and bacon.
Summer sausage tops our signature burger with onion, bacon and aged cheddar.
Top it however you like.
Smoked Pork Flatbread
Smoked Pork with a hint of BBQ sauce folded into feta cheese and wild mushrooms.
BBQ Chicken Flatbread
BBQ chicken with grilled vegetables and goats cheese
An assortment of roasted vegetables and goats cheese with a hint of pesto.
(Include a choice of French fries, mashed potatoes, baked potato, rice, sauerkraut, red cabbage, and spetzle. All entrees start with Caesar or Garden Salad)
New York Steak
Prime New York cut of beef, grilled to perfection
Fall off the bone pork back ribs with a Memphis style rub
Catch of the Day
Ask your server for selections. Choice of broiled, grilled, blackened or our new Veracruz style.
A Black Forest Inn Original. Golden Brown pigtails that have been slowly roasted with natural juices, brown sugar and our unique special blend of spices.
Black Forest Schnitzel
A breaded pork cutlet dressed with mild mushrooms and Swiss cheese garnished with hunter sauce.
Black Forest Traditional Schnitzel
Our signature hand breaded pork cutlet.
Top it off with Hunter Sauce for an additional
Thinly sliced beef rolled with bacon, onion and dill pickles than braised in German Beer and mushroom au jus until it melts in your mouth.
Two 5 oz marinated chicken breast topped with the classic Mexican inspired flavours of lives, capers and chilies in a tomato-rich sauce.
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Attended the Black Forest with a large group 13 adults with 3 kids for the Sunday buffet. They didn't finish setting the table so no one got glasses or cups. We asked for glasses and water but our request was ignored. Finally the waiter gave us coffee, but nothing for the kids. When I asked a 2nd time for glasses or even cups for the kids the waiter said very rudly " so are those children having coffee? No, then they don't need cups, do they?" I said we have asked repeatedly for glasses for the
I live,literally, around the corner. So I had to try out the local restaurant. Never again. I had some schnitzel (tasteless and not fresh) with spaetzle (seriously, the worst I've ever had). My friend had a rack of ribs and her jaw got tired from chewing after just two ribs (ya, they were that rubbery). On the plus side - the salad bar was good (I'm trying to find something positive...). I'm a 2 minute walk from this place but it's not worth the walk.
The only items we enjoyed at this very well known Inn, was the coffee, tea and dessert. Everything else seemed like it was heated a few times over. Omelet - no flavour; pigs tails - dried out; nothing looked very appetizing. The food used to be excellent, but it seems to have gone downhill.
The attempted German part was as follows: schnitzel that was soggy and bland ("awful" from my little critic who grew up on this), sausages that were decent but could be found at any roadside cart, sauerkraut that came from a jar, dill potatoes that were reasonably attempted - falling somewhere between edible and good and a "Pig's Tail" that was the only vestige of anything ethnic and to which my wife exclaimed her pleasure. So, the preceding is your only tie to anything German; merely a haphazard afterthought to support the sign on the door and to entrap those who seek such fare. As for the rest; basically meat and potatoes; such as a couple of roasts, amputated chicken parts, boiled processed veggie mix (like to say "medley", but this would be an insult to both musicians and vegetables), O yes, a lasagna so repulsive it even stole any tastes from the foods stationed close by. The mashed and Parisian potatoes offered as sides where similar to what you'd find in a homeless shelter. There was a salad bar with ingredients that were akin to what resides in a grocery dumpster. The presentation of this salad bar made me think a 1970's rec room room. A reasonable attempt was made at a pasta bar. I can not speak to the pasta bar as I was so turned from the other offerings, I was hesitant to try it, but it looked OK.
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