Wednesday, November 29, 2006

Koi Cafe, Highly Recomended

Due to chain of events that involved cold weather, a fire and failure to communicate I spent Tuesday evening enjoying the food and environment at Koi with friends instead of feeding the homeless with the Salvation Army.

Koi submerges you in art, the walls were covered with photography by a local photographer, the background music was world beat influenced ambient jazz (for lack of a better term) and the food was a master piece. Fore example we had amazing Yam wedges, and I don't like Yams as a rule. I'd try to describe the rest of the menu, but you really need to read it, try it for yourself.

BTW they also have free WiFi :)

- Peace

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Wow!

I'm excited to try this place next time we're in Calgary.

The menu sounds delicious. Maple and basil (impossible to find in Medicine Hat) are two of my favorite flavours.

The first thing Matt will want to order is 'Ninja Food'.

Anonymous said...

Did I mention that I LOVE yams?

Hooray for vegan-friendly restaurants!


tummy: rumble, rumble, rumble.

Dave King said...

The Ninja Food was great!

Richard said...

I for one welcome our new Vegan Mutant Ninja Turtle overlords.