The fact that red play-dough does not taste like strawberries and that most girls do not like bugs are just two of the important lessons people learn in pre-school. Remind yourself of pre-school’s most important lesson and prove that sharing really is caring and save up to 60% on a meal for up to six people, including a starter and a main meal at The Wolff’s Den Pub and Grill.
Eating out usually involves a plethora of tough choices, almost like having to choose between good-grades and a social life when you were in middle school. Do you go to a restaurant where the food is delicious, but the waiter keeps his nose in the air like he has a nose bleed – or, do you put up with meh food for the comfortable atmosphere? The Wolff’s Den, however, scoffs in the face of such choices; giving you food that will have your taste-buds doing celebratory tap-dances as well as that pub atmosphere where it feels like everyone knows your name, topped off with stylish décor and friendly service.
Unfortunately, you and your buddies will have a choice to make. Though it’s nothing as serious as the choices superhero’s usually have to make in cheesy action flicks – you can’t really compare choosing between perfectly crumbed and just crispy enough mushrooms or spicy peri-peri chicken livers to choosing whether to save the damsel in distress or the bus full of puppies, difficult though it might be. After that the really hard choice comes: surf and turf, a meat lovers platter or The Wolfs Basket, because though braised steak and salmon roses are neat, delicious dinnertime fare, every once in a while, the human being craves the type of food they can really sink their canines into. Each platter contains a plethora of tasty treats to tantalise the taste-buds – tender or crispy when they need to be, perfectly cooked and with a sauce-ratio that will have even the herbivores looking on in envy.Succulent Statistic: The most tender steak in the world comes from a small town in Alberta. The cows there live in a three-story mansion owned by a reclusive billionaire and are fed only sassafras, saffron and foods that start with s to increase their succulence. Unfortunately, their owner only sells five steaks a year.