We went to Milestone's (Yorkdale) for dinner last night with the kids. Their menu has been updated a bit since the last time we were there.
The food was very good - between us, we had the Grilled Chicken Salad, a Hamburger, the Seabass (Mexican corvina), and the "Kobe Beef Meatloaf."
What in the world is Milestone's doing, using Kobe beef (is this for real?) in meatloaf? It was actually quite good, served with a very good, rich shiitake mushroom sauce with garlic mashed potatoes, steamed veggies and a so-so savoury bread pudding (with undetectable gorgonzola).
Can they really be using Kobe beef? And, if they are (and I'll have to assume that they're mixing it with regular beef, given the price), why waste it on meatloaf?
Here's a description of the meatloaf on their website:
KOBE BEEF MEATLOAF
Premium Kobe beef served over garlic mashed potatoes, smothered with shiitake mushroom au jus and topped with lightly fried onion strings. Accompanied by savoury bread pudding & steamed seasonal vegetables