When you visit the Yvette Moore Gallery, it is not only the friendly staff and wonderful surroundings that welcome you. The aromas of fine food and delicious home-style baking beckon you to The Gallery Café. Housed within the gallery, The Gallery Café has become a popular eating destination that has made it a favourite among locals and tourists alike. With a focus on healthy, fresh, homemade, local, wholesome recipes, The Gallery Café delightfully and artistically creates lunches and desserts that will satisfy any appetite.
The elegant atmosphere of the Yvette Moore Gallery creates an intimate and unique setting for guests. Similar to the detail of the exquisite artwork in the Gallery, The Gallery Café offers the same kind of attention to detail that makes every visit a special occasion. Each dish is exquisitely crafted and prepared fresh for you, and we take pride in the handcrafted quality presented to each and every guest.
The unique décor includes the original desks from the 1910 Landtitles Office and historic township maps from local areas dating back to 1905. Dining in The Gallery Café is a step back into time where quality and homemade classics beckon your senses, with a creative twist on old-time favourites.
The Gallery Café has developed a strong reputation for the use of high-quality ingredients, and our home-cooked meals and desserts. Creating natural, wholesome dining alternatives is key to our guests’ satisfaction day after day. From scratch made soups to signature sandwiches prepared on fresh Harvest Grain bread or toasted Ciabatta buns to artistically created salads with homemade dressings and fresh whole grain cheddar herb biscuits—The Gallery Café prides itself on the fresh quality and care put into every order. Come try one of our classically favoured items like Vegetarian Baked Spinach Pie or Hearty Beef Barley, or try a new item featured weekly on our new Fresh Sheets.
As a grande finale or for something sweet to tantalize your taste buds, treat yourself to one of our hand-crafted and mouth-watering desserts. Try the Gingerbread with Lemon Butter Sauce and gourmet vanilla ice cream, or Grandma’s Bread and Butter Pudding, or homemade Saskatoon Berry Crepe or Saskatoon Berry Pie. While you are here, be sure to taste the legendary Saskatoon Berry Iced Tea. At The Gallery Café, our passion for food, creativity and quality does not go unnoticed. Call for your reservation today. We will save you a seat.
Open Monday to Saturday – Serving Lunch & Dessert – 11am to 3pm
Call (306-693-7600) for your reservation today. We will save you a seat.
Whatever your appetite, The Gallery Café beckons your senses to reminisce of classic favourites, with a modern twist. Indulge your senses with our homemade, wholesome, and fresh menu and artistically crafted dishes. Choose from homemade soups and biscuits, fresh and creative salads, signature sandwiches and delectable desserts. That is, if you can choose!
Inspired by time honoured classic recipes with our own little flair added to them – Grandma’s favourite recipes will delight your sweet tooth! From Grandma’s Bread & Butter Pudding to Saskatoon Berry Pie – everything is home-made from scratch in our kitchens!
Amidst the dramatic 18 foot ceilings and the copper faced doors and arches, Yvette Moore Gallery sets the stage in grand style for your events. Within our signature style, our culinary team of Sarah Moore and Andrew Vachon captivate guests with artistically crafted menus and impeccable execution. Housed in an art gallery, it entices our creativity to conceptualize a unique event, tailored specifically for each client. Whatever your reason to celebrate, let us design your event for you.
Saskatchewan Polytechnic Magazine – Issue 2 | Spring 2015
Written by Sara Bedal and photographer Tom Bartlett
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