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Dan’s note: We had meals from Pomegranate for our trip to Banff this past summer. You can read all about them in my Banff trip notes.
The meals were extremely generously sized, we were never able to finish our meals even though the food was outstanding. A meat meal with an entree, starch, and vegetable of your choice ranged from $17 and up. Most are about $20 though some are pricier. The dairy meals are $8-$13. I think that both provide an excellent value for good portions of really high quality food.
The Eggplant Rollatini and Eggplant Parmesan were better than I’ve had made fresh at any restaurant. Fettuccine Alfredo and Baked Ziti were awesome as well. On the meat side meals like Honey Mustard Corned Beef, Glazed dark meat chicken stuffed with pastrami, Chicken Marsala, Spicy Southern Fried Chicken Nuggets, and Mini stuffed cabbage were all outstanding. Having gourmet meals while being hundreds of miles away from the nearest kosher restaurant is a real treat. They also had a Delmonico steak special that was better than a freshly grilled steak from a steakhouse. And no, I’m not exaggerating. I don’t know how Pomegranate does it, but they will blow you away.
Plus you can send them your schedule and everything will be double wrapped with the exact meal you want it for and labeled with the entree, vegetable, and starch inside. It even has heating instructions so that the hotel can heat it up for you and bring it to your room or restaurant or you can heat it up yourself, just buy a cheap toaster oven for your trip. Alternatively meals can be double wrapped for microwave heating and most hotels will provide a free microwave for you, though generally meals that are reheated in an oven will taste better.