Category: Reviews

Slick, polished, dramatic, glamorous and luxurious

By Lynn Ogryzlo Slick, polished, dramatic, glamorous and luxurious are all words that describe the new Sterling Inn & Spa and at its heart, is a spectacular new restaurant. Foodies travel far and wide for a taste of AG Inspired Cuisine. Chef-inspired flavors and fresh, local ingredients restore your spirits in a posh setting. Local […]

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Set to Inspire

By Mike Lowe, Pulse Magazine Niagara’s newest fine dining establishment’s logo reads simply “AG — Inspired Cuisine”. Ag, derived from the Latin word argentum, is more recognizable as the periodic table of the elements’ symbol for silver. A fitting name for the lustrous restaurant offering fresh, locally sourced ingredients that are transformed into exquisite dishes […]

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The ‘old dairy building’ finds a new role in life

Albert Cipryk, teacher/chef at Niagara College for the St. Catharines Standard You may have noticed over the last 400 or so columns that Off the Burner is not a critique or review forum. Periodically, however, I depart somewhat and am moved to comment on a new establishment, culinary in persuasion or at least of the […]

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Fill your glass with local flavour

Lynn Ogryzlo, Just a Sip Eating local is the latest rage. Some call it the 100-mile diet. It’s all about buying your food within 100 miles of your kitchen. Consumers rush out to rural farms armed with grocery lists only to get a crash course on local availability. Eating local can be done, just not […]

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