Let me start off by saying that you don't come to Regina or Saskatoon looking for gourmet cuisine however, in my effort to find the perfect steak, I ate at both Carver's and John's, which are supposed to be the best steakhouses in Saskatoon.
I have been fortunate enough to eat at the best steakhouses in Calgary, Montreal and Toronto and compare the steaks with the best that Chicago, Atlanta and New York have to offer.
I have never - and I repeat never - had an Alberta Sterling Silver, 28-day aged steak in Canada that even comes close to a premium USDA Prime, 28-day, dry-aged steak.
Somehow, Canada has bred the flavor (and most of the necessary marbling) out of its beef and what you are consistently served across the country, is a perfectly cooked but tasteless and chewy slab of beef, which is precisely what was served at Carver's (and John's).
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