Garden-patio breezes enhance enjoyment of sticky pork ribs & duck confit as well as sips of international wines at Israeli-influenced bistro
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Chefs form a modernized, internationally inspired menu with dishes such as sticky Asian-style pork ribs ($24), vegan moroccan chickpea tagine ($18), and King Cole duck confit in veal au jus ($24). As meals unfold, patrons can choose to sip international wines from Rosedale's extensive drink menu.The Rosedale Diner
The pink neon rose suspended over The Rosedale Diner’s front door first lit up in 1978 and hasn’t shed a petal since. The owners began honing their unique worldly menu by applying modern twists to Bohemian and Israeli cuisine and later incorporating flavours from areas on other continents, such as Asia and Africa.
Inside, chandeliers cast soft glows over the rich, dark wood tables and bar, as well as the wood-and-glass display case full of artifacts from the eatery’s 30-plus years of food service. Patrons can gaze out the window while seated in intimate nooks or dine on the garden patio and charge up their solar-powered digestive systems.