Would you believe that there was a time in Canadian history when lobster was so inexpensive and undesirable that it was fed to servants and prisoners? It’s true. Unfortunately, this is not ‘back in the day’. So, to anyone younger than 100 years old and not living on the Atlantic coast, fresh lobster is a luxury.
With that said, there are very few things that I look forward to more than Lobster Summer at The Keg Steakhouse and Bar.
Here are the six things you need to know about Lobster Summer at The Keg:
- The event is on until September 2, 2018.
- The Keg has kept many of the “classic” Lobster Summer menu items. Those that have gone in the past will likely remember the lobster gratinee – oven baked lobster with garlic, herbs and lots of melted cheese. It’s happiness, in the form of food.
- There are three main Lobster Summer options: whole Atlantic lobster, steak and half lobster, and the seafood sirloin. I should also note that the regular Keg meal is available during this promotion. Steaks are cooked to the customer’s preference, and done to perfection. I ordered the steak and half lobster with absolutely no regrets.
- Ask for the three cheese butter with your starter bread. In true Keg fashion, each meal begins with complimentary starter bread and whipped butter. The three cheese butter is available on request – make the request, trust me.
- Always get dessert. I highly recommend the Billy Miner pie (mocha ice cream cake) and the crème brûlée- they are two of my favourites.
- The Keg knows how to take care of their customers, with consistently good food and service. It’s an excellent choice for a special occasion or a week night dinner, whether you go with one person or a big group. They also take reservations.
You will find Keg locations across Canada and the US. Visit their website here for more information.
This meal was complimentary but chrissymeetsworld.com remains unbiased in our content.