Keg Steakhouse and Bar (Still Creek) – Kansas City Strip

The last time we were at this Keg, I had a great Flat Iron Steak with Truffle Mac and Cheese but, as it turns out, they changed their menus recently and neither of these items were to be found when we dropped by recently.

The Mushrooms Neptune, however, always seem to be on the menu – and it’s a good thing because this is one of our favourite appies.  The  crab and cream cheese goes great with bread.  Fortunately enough, if you’ve already finished off your complimentary freshly-baked sourdough bread, this appy comes with cute little brioche buns.

We decided to try out some things on their Winter Grill Menu… first up is the Seafood Sirloin with Sautéed Scallops and Black Tiger Shrimp topped off with a seafood velouté sauce.  True to it’s description, the sauce was quite velvety smooth and the shrimp on this dish were huge.

I opted for the Kansas City Strip comprised of an 18oz bone-in New York striploin along with a twice-baked potato.

I requested my steak cooked medium-rare but I think it came out a little past that.  Oddly enough, we requested the Seafood Sirloin to be medium but it came out rarer than the Kansas City Strip.

If you’re at all interested in trying out either of these steaks, it’s best to come down quick because the Winter Grill Menu is only going to be around until March 25th.

4510 Still Creek Avenue
Burnaby, BC

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Posted on March 19, 2012, in Restaurant Review, Steakhouse and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

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