Cactus Club

Written by on December 26, 2015 in I Eat Canada, I Eat...Out with 0 Comments

(cactusclubcafe.com) – Abbotsford, British Columbia, Canada

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How I heard of this place: When we were in our late teen years, my sister and I would spend nearly ever weekend in Vancouver. Among our local go-to eateries was the intimate and quirky Cactus Club on Robson Street. Since then, over two decades later, I returned to Cactus Club, this time an expansive and modern, sleek space with family and friends.

Cactus Club Tasting Menu

Type of cuisine: Born on the West Coast and growing across Canada, Cactus Club Cafe offers the best in global cuisine using local, fresh ingredients served in a vibrant, contemporary setting.Our service is attentive, warm and unpretentious. Our people are passionate about delivering food and experiences that will keep our guests coming back again and again.

Chef Feenie blends his talent for creating elegant, globally inspired cuisine with his passion for simple dishes using fresh, local ingredients.
Ambiance: Sleek.
Cactus Club Entry Lobby
Clean. Modern.
Cactus Club Bar
Expansive.
Cactus Club Indoor Patio Seating 2
What I ordered: All five adults enjoyed a cup of coffee ($) served individually, and so neatly.
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Our dining companions shared the Spicy Chicken ($12.50) with a sweet chili glaze, crispy wontons, green onions.
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My mom selected the Quinoa Salad ($13.75): quinoa, arugula, feta, snap peas, raisins, capers, grape tomatoes, red peppers, spicy pecans, sherry vinaigrette.
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For me, the Butternut Squash Ravioli with Prawns ($24.75): butternut squash and mascarpone ravioli, truffle butter, sautéed jumbo prawns, pine nuts, crispy sage,
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and the Jack Daniel’s Ribs ($27.50) for my husband: J.D. BBQ sauce, buttered mashed potatoes, roasted asparagus.
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My husband and I also shared the Kobe Style Meatball Duo with roasted tomato sauce and grated Parmesan, but it was gone before a photo could have captured the dish!
What I loved: The quinoa salad. The creamy ravioli. The melt-in-your-mouth ribs.
Why I loved it: It was a wonderfully spirited and happy afternoon with friends, enjoyed over a nice meal, under the heating lamps of a covered, outdoor patio.
Cost: High ($19.25 – $39 per lunch entrée)
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