I wanted the evening's special and ordered "the special of beef tenderloin" when the bill came the so-called special was the regular price on the menu, so please explain to me what is your definition of SPECIAL?? In my view the special is either a deal on the regular price or something special that is not on the regular menu.
As far as the food was concerned, the pear and beet salad, the tenderloin and the duck were good, the risotto crab cake was really good, but the gluey garlic lumps of mashed potatoes, the tasteless rice pilaf and the vegetables were not good at all. This was not the level of quality to be expected for a $300 meal for two. Quantity does not make up for quality and the quality was totally uneven, ranging from very good to very bad. For a high-end meal in Whitehorse, stick to Antoinette's.
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