All of the food served at Fresh is made from scratch with wholesome natural ingredients. The recipes are prepared in Fresh kitchens 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We don’t cook with butter, dairy, eggs, honey or any other hidden animal by-products. The main goal each day is to provide freshly made food and juice as quickly as possible, without compromising on quality or service.
my husband decide to take us for prime rib at this restaurant for our 18th anniversary last night...we love prime rib and he heard they offer a 28 oz bone in which includes the salad bar for $42...heck of a deal for a large chuck of meat you think!!! well the prime rib was very bland...it was served buffet style with mashed potatoes, veggies, au jus, horseradish sauce...well the cold potatoes that had a funny 3 day leftover taste were not edible...the veggies...overcooked frozen mixed veggies, the aujus...packaged brown gravy that had a very sour taste to it and the horseradish had no heat to it what so ever. Lets talk salad bar...in the warmer was stale garlic bread, there was also a bread basket that had some stale buns...the 3 or for bowls of lettuce, potato salad and tomato//boccocini saled all just sitting on a table not on ice...how safe is that. we could have added the dessert bar for an extra $6...we opted out for the stale looking items that were also sitting out on the open table.VERY DISSAPPOINTED and we should have complained ...but did not. NEVER GOING BACK!!!!!!!!
we went for the prime rib special dinner on a Friday night at 6:30pm, the restaurant was almost empty during the whole time when we're there. Two of us chose the prime rib & one ordered the salmon. The prime rib was ok in texture but quite tasteless, the Yorkshire pudding & veggie that came with it were pretty bland-tasting too. The salmon tasted like boiled but it's supposed to be cedar-planked. The presentation of food was boring, the only good things I found in this restaurant was: it's quiet, airy & the food portion was generous.
This eatery is attached with the Radisson airport hotel. They used to be called the "president" but had transformed to "fresh" and may be to disguise or to cover how bad they were previously
Yes the name has changed but everythig stay and "stale". Do not go there because this restaurant is operating like a low budget d movie set. Meaning they only have so much food source on a given day and they roll the dice for the "early bird gets the worm" type settings. We went in different occassions and every time we had experienced the same subpar food and service standard. It was not our stupidity to repeat but the choice from our out of town visiting guests. DO NOT go to the prime rib dinner and this is an accurate warning. There were nothing left at 700pm and it was no joke. We made a mistake of taking the last chunk of meat and it was like dog's breakfast. You will regret dearly if you try any (and I mean any) of the appets. They couldn't even prepare a simple pub item such as the buffalo wings. The sauce is thickener coated with tobasico sauce. A three years old could do better. The deep fried squid had to top the worst in this eatery. It was deep fried in heavy batter and no spice. We retunred the dish and requested to remake one and the server told us they had run out of squid. The salad bar is a part of the prime rib dinner package and the platters were pretty much empty when we arrived (700pm). When I asked is there any refills and (I swear and this is not a word of lie) the chef told us that they had run out of vegis. What a shocker. There were three servers working on that night in a 1/2 empty restauarants. Either they were inexperienced or ineffecient that we could not get any attention from them. And this was suppose to be a partial buffet setting dinner. The ambiance is a joke when table setting was worse off than tim hortons. Dirty table was unattended and the manager was walking around with a cane. I am not sure if it was the result from a disgruntled customer. So buyers beware