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La Castile Steakhouse

Posted: 08/26/12


La Castile Steakhouse

Restaurant: La_Castile Mississauga

dre @ Dundas & Hwy 427: To shake it up a bit, Mike decided to try another steakhouse for his birthday dinner, so his brother suggested La Castile on Dundas. The building is really old and looks like a castle. The decor inside was really old fashioned and the waiters were all wearing tuxedos. It felt a little pretentious.

It was neat how they served pickles and cottage cheese with their garlic bread. The bread was really good, although some pieces were a little too burnt. Perhaps we were really hungry as well.

Mike started off with a French onion soup. It looked really gooey.

Each meal came with a house salad. It wasn't as big as The Keg's salad, and didn't come with other vegetables like tomatoes and onions.

My dad ordered the Prime Rib and it was HUGE! I really miss prime rib, and it's going to be one of the first things I am going to eat after this baby is born. :P

Mike ordered a New York Striploin with Peppercorn sauce. He said it was one of the best peppercorn steaks he's had. When I tried a bit of it the next day (after microwaving it), I thought it was just okay.

I got a filet mignon, and thought this tasted better than the peppercorn steak when well done. The beef was really beefy tasting, and pretty tender. I think this is the only steak I can eat when well done.

The side vegetables were really salty. The fries were really good, and the baked potato was nothing special.

Finally, I treated myself to a creme brulee cheesecake. It was a nice sweet end to a pretty yummy dinner.

To compare with The Keg, I would say that these steaks are not significantly better. The price difference is about $5 more, which isn't too bad. I do vote The Keg's atmosphere more enjoyable and less stuffy for sure.

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Categories: Appetizer,  Beef,  Bread,  Cheesecake,  Dessert,  Salad,  Soup,  

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  • Always wanted to try this place out and actually drove in to see the menu, but we turned around and ate someplace cheaper as we didn't feel like steak that night. Looks cool from outside though
    Nelson @ 2012-08-28

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