Great seasonal variety of locally sourced food! Incredible servers (especially Raven T) and the food is so good. Love it!
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We had a good meal, but not outstanding and certainly not to the old standard of the restaurant. The service was spotty and though our server, Raven, tried hard, she did not seem to have the support of her co-workers. The price was high but...More
We ate here late (about midnight). The service was great as was the food, and we didn’t feel rushed to eat and leave.
Whilst on a business trip to Calgary, I visited Charcut Roast House. On arrival, the open kitchen was wafting delicious aromas throughout the restaurant that could not fail to make one feel hungry. The décor is simple and modern and there was a buzz and...More
We went to CHARCUT after meeting John and Connie at food events. We expected a great meal and were not disappointed. The beef, bison and lamb dishes we had were excellent. And the charcuterie board we had to start was also excellent, all house made...More
Service, food, ambiance, everything was well worth the cost. A bit high cost but would definitely return for the exceptional food. Not rushed either, spaced the courses out to give us a chance to enjoy the ambiance.
We had average meal here. Service was good but chicken was dry and served with cold plates so food got cold.
6 of us visited CHARCUT for a birthday dinner. Thoroughly enjoyed the charcuterie board, raclette cheese, and breads as starters. We moved on to the fish feature and tried one of each of the pasta dishes. All had unique flavour profiles, freshness, and were expertly...More
Expensive as it is the steaks were not exceptional. Just okay. Our server was funny and friendly and made it a good experience. Cozy atmosphere and nice interior. Parking was a bit of a problem as it was away from the restaurant.
I was quite disappointed. I had the only fish dinner on the menu and for $36 I was expecting more than an over cooked small piece of New Zealand (it must’ve swam here) kingfish and some really gross spinach or maybe it was dandelion. At...More