We have eaten at so many restaurants in the past that the menus are starting to feel redundant, and are therefore always looking for new dining experiences to try. Keriwa Cafe, which serves cuisine inspired by North American Aboriginal ingredients, seemed to fit the bill.
Other unique sounding items on the menu included stinging nettle soup w sheep sorrel, crème fraîche, cucumber, radish and "dirt?", stewed peanuts with garlic scape, swiss chard, yogurt and tomato, smoked hen with arugula, elderberry and fiddlehead.
The prices ranged from $10 for the vegetable sides, to around $10-18 for starters, of which the bison burger was considered, up to $26 for the most expensive main, which was my bison rib. We did not bother with dessert since it was typical standard fare.
This was an interesting meal representing a different style of ethnic cooking that was tasty and satisfying without significantly straining the pocketbook.
1690 Queen St West