Had a really lovely dinner this evening at the Rosebud Café on Queen West. Its a small space, long and narrow -- nicely done. Theres very rich wood paneling and cozy banquette seating which makes the space very cozy. The food though that was really quite good. We started with an amuse bouche a tasty little crabcake. Very light, crispy, not greasy. Lots of crab. The soup of the day was a roasted tomato soup: the very essence of tomato. It was simple (meaning, there werent a lot of ingredients or garnishes) but it tasted complexly of tomato, if that makes sense. I had the salmon - tonight a BC wild salmon instead of the advertised Scottish salmon. It was very good the sauce (soy-cilantro) was good but it was really the quality of the fish that stood out. Very nicely cooked. My dining partner had the pork ribs which were tender and moist. The revelation there was the cole slaw which simply rocked. It was fresh, herby, and very vinegary. Great. And finally we split a lemon cream bread pudding with a cherry topping. The bread pudding was good and lemony (not a dense pudding that you could slice more like sloppy French toast, though I mean that in a very good way) and the cherries nice and tart together though, it was quite a dessert. The tartness of the cherries really offset the sweetness of the lemon sauce. We will definitely go back the food was really good and the vibe thanks to the nice décor and more importantly to the very lovely, attentive staff fabulous.