Saskatoon Steaks Fish Wild Game

Are you tired of just eating the same old domesticated animals like chickens and cows? Do you watch wildlife documentaries displaying the grandeur of the natural world and start licking your chops?

Tucked into a modest strip mall just a couple miles out of town, you’d never guess that Saskatoon’s simple exterior opens to reveal a full scale replica of hunting lodge’s dining area. From beautiful polished wood to a roaring hearth fire, walking into Saskatoon is like traveling halfway across the country with a single step.

If your up for an epicurean walk on the wild side, turn your attention to the Lodge Specialties section and feast your eyes on a selection of entrees that you’ll be hard pressed to find elsewhere this side of the Mississippi and the Mason Dixon. The elk tenderloin comes highly recommended, featuring Saskatoon’s signature demi-glaze sauce and grilled to perfection. Be sure to listen up for the specials, though, as the kitchen frequently has a variety of other game meats that they offer up for a short term basis.

Saskatoon is best known around town for their wild game entrees, but it’s worth noting that the restaurant’s tamer entrees like their hickory grilled ribeye and sirloin steaks are equally celebrated. In fact, Saskatoon owner and Greenville native Edmond Woo and his staff have been recognized by The Greenville News for their succulent steaks in the paper’s 2010 Best of the Upstate awards. Fans of fish and seafood can take their pick from freshly caught salmon, trout, scallops and a rotating selection of other fresh water catches.

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