The ultimate anniversary dinner at One Fifth Saskatoon contains a retrospective menu

It’s hard to believe, though A fifth Saskatoon by 1658 Westheimer is now well into the last year. The hotel is located in the former cathedral, which used to be the home of the Marks, owners and cooks Chris Shepherd of Underbelly hospitality does not intend to renew the lease. For this reason, the upcoming fifth anniversary dinner on January 27th from 5pm to 9pm will be the last.

A fifth room of the Romance languagesThe dining room at One Fifth Romance Languages. Both the menu and the decor change annually. Photo by Julie Soefer

Shepherd’s and Chef’s menu Matt Staph is a retrospective of the last four years. Each of the courses pays homage to past One Fifth iterations with culinary perspectives that change annually. The first course with Hummus, pita, barberry onion salad and Coffee roasted beets is a nod to One Fifth Mediterranean, while the second gear of Hush puppies and Jalapeños filled with crabs represents the current Mediterranean comfort menu. The popular for a fifth Romance language Duck heart Bolognese returns as the third course. The main course of Cast iron roast ribeye With Aligot apples (cheesy mashed potatoes) is the very first incarnation, One Fifth Steak, which ultimately led to the opening of Underbelly Hospitality’s steakhouse. Georgia James.

Matt StaphChef Matt Staph from One Fifth Saskatoon. Photo by Julie Soefer.

For the final course, three desserts are served that include the concepts: Orange anise cream puffs from Romance languages, Beet cheesecake, originally served for the Mediterranean concept, and Chris birthday cake from a fifth gulf coast.

The cost of the multi-course meal is US $ 100 per person plus tax and tip. Alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks are not included. Reservations can be made online – and should be secured quickly. This final anniversary dinner is sure to sell out.

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