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|Caramelized Apple and Pear|
Not surprisingly, the caramelized apple and pear bread pudding was the usual North American cake version, as opposed to the British bread and butter pudding I so desperately sought. It was still delicious, albeit massive, tasting almost like an apple crumble. Meanwhile my vanilla bean crème brûlée was chock full of vanilla bean seeds, giving the custard a delectable vanilla taste. My only qualm with dessert was the top of the crème brûlée was chewy instead of crisp.
Overall, the meal at The Bothy was enjoyable and we have already been back since this visit, pleasantly surprised that a Groupon meal was good, as it usually is not. The menu prices do range quite widely, as do the menu items available. Also, if you’re a Scotch whisky enthusiast, they have enough variety available that you’ll need to visit often to try your way through their extensive scotch menu. I can’t speak for the Southside location, but if you’re looking for a place for a bite and a drink while you’re downtown without having to make a reservation, then go visit The Bothy.
10124 124 Street
Edmonton, AB T5N 1P6