NOtaBLE – Fuzzy’s Anniversary Dinner
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Last week for my 5th Anniversary my wife & I went to NOtaBLE for dinner.
I had big expectations after hearing from others how good it was, and I wasn’t disappointed.
I started my evening with a Lychee Martini.
Followed by the Teriyaki Glazed Salmon Belly with Japanese Pickled Vegetables…
…and the Dungeness Crab & Shrimp Bake with Wilted Spinach, Aged Cheddar & Toasts.
Both dishes were amazing!!! The Salmon melted in your mouth, while the Crab & Shrimp Bake had you reaching for a spoon once you were done with your crustini…because you didn’t want to leave one drop behind.
For the main course we both had the Prime Rib. I’m guessing this was at least a 12 oz (possibly 14 oz) piece of beef that spent a good chunk of the day on the rotisserie.
Unlike some restaurants the Prime Rib wasn’t a la carte. It came complete with green beans, spaghetti squash, a pumpkin squash puree, and scalloped potato’s with gouda. So good, and so filling.
When it was all said and done we finished off with the Warm Sea Salt Caramel Filled Chocolate Cake with Vanilla Gelato.
I’m almost sad that I shared this dessert with my wife. I think the next time we go we may each order one of these.
Looking back at our visit to NOtaBLE, I would easily rank this as my new favorite restaurant in Calgary. The food was fantastic, the service was excellent, the decor was well planned (or so I’m told…let’s be honest, my wife is the one who pays attention to that stuff), and it was super affordable.
If you’re looking at visiting NOtaBLE you may want to plan ahead. Half of the restaurants seating is reserved for walk ups, and the other half can be booked by reservation. We booked 3 weeks ahead and still didn’t get the exact time and date that we wanted. Even though it turned out to be a blessing in disguise, since they only serve the Prime Rib on Thursday’s & Friday’s (and I’m told sometimes they’re out of it by 6:30).
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