Submitted Wednesday, April 11, 2007 - 10:14am [Dine in]
My family of 4 recently spent a lovely few hours at Infinity Dinng Experience. With it being a weekday, we had the luxury of undivided attention during our visit. We started off with a sampling of appetizers. Since none of us could decide what to have, we each made a choice and invited the others to sample it. It was a tough choice as we had butternut squash fondue and poached mussels but we all agreed that the fondue was to die for. Two of us who normally don't eat steak decided to take a chance and were rewarded with steak done to perfection and even polished off the whole thing. The jumbo prawns were a hit as was the peppercorn turkey. We did save room for dessert, of course. Again, we tried a bit of everything - sweet cornbread with delicious mascarpone cream and coffee caramel, pear tarte, and chocolate ganache. Not one bite was left. The portions were large enough to be satisfying without making us feel stuffed. One other thing I should mention is Chef Alex's own creation - potato foccacia bread - so soft and moist it melts in your mouth. We were also fortunately enough to be able to chat with Chef Alex for a few minutes. Overall, Infinity is a definite re-do for us.
Submitted Thursday, March 15, 2007 - 10:55am [Dine in]
We recently visited Infinity Dining. We had an early reservation on a Tuesday so there was no crowd at all. Parking was not a problem either as the restaurant is away from the main downtown core. The food was artistically presented and very pleasing to the palate. What really impressed me was the willingness of Executive Chef Alex to chat with us about his background and menu offerings. He was friendly and made us feel very welcome. We did try to get him to reveal his recipe for his potato/country bread but he only smiled and gave us bits and pieces of his secret recipe. The music that played in the background was just the right volume - loud enough to be heard but soft enough to allow diners to converse without shouting. I would definitely recommend this as a to-do experience.