Weczeria in Saskatoon
- eoj Aug 7, 2007 09:14 AM
I was very impressed with Weczeria when visiting Saskatoon recently. The chef, Dan, is really friendly, and comes out to discuss the evening's menu, written up on a chalkboard. He's very accomodating for people with allergies. The emphasis on fresh, seasonal, and local, is excellent to find in a small city. The only drawback was the AC which couldn't really keep up, but I understand the restaurant is moving soon, so hopefully the new location won't have this problem.
It is on my "try" list for the next time we visit Saskatoon. I have read some posts from Dan on a site that shall remain nameless and thought it sounded interesting.
It has been a number of years since our last visit to Saskatoon and at that time apart from Calories which I think is in the same area, dining was pretty grim with "family restaurants" and "Greek ribs" being the operative phrases.
re: Bob Mac
We ate there last winter and enjoyed our meals. As I mentioned in a previous post, we found the place to lack ventilation as it was quite "smoky" from all the cooking going on in the kitchen. Our clothes had quite the odor! It will be interesting to see where the new location will be ....