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Monday, December 03, 2012

Rocky Mountain Flatbread Company

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We had originally planned to visit The Main on Main, but after we parked the car, we realized that they weren't actually open. Are they not open for lunch anymore, does anyone know? Good thing my parents are familiar with the area and suggested that we give Rocky Mountain Flatbread a try.IMG_1779 Here is their Soup of the Day -  a blend of Roasted Tomatoes and Zucchini topped with some shaved parmesan. Although the heat of the soup was warm enough to melt the parmesan, it was unfortunately not hot enough as a soup. The soup is really creamy and reminded me of a sauce from a stew. 

IMG_1782 We decided to order a "large" pizza from the dinner menu, because then we could order it with two different toppings. On one is is the Genoa and the other side is the Naturally Meaty. According to the menu, the Meaty has spicy beef, Italian sausage, tomatoes, green peppers, red onions, asiago. 

The top side is the Genoa and has blend of Genoa salami, mushrooms, red onions, cherry tomatoes, bocconcini, Kalamata olives & fresh chopped basil. The pizza has a nice thin crust and the toppings weren't overwhelming. I was surprised that the cheese on the Naturally Meaty wasn't melted at all, I guess it was sprinkled on after baking but I missed the gooey cheesiness that comes from it being heated afterwards.
IMG_1785 And regular readers of my blog will know, I always overorder, and this was no exception. I decided to get the Double Smoked Maple Bacon Omelette as well. There are also some mushrooms, tomatoes, red onions, Canadian cheddar & mozzarella cheese. IMG_1788 Actually, there was a lot of cheese...see? That's some ooey goodness there. I think I could have lived without the tomatoes, because they made the omelette a bit soggy, but overall, the bacon and mushrooms really helped to make this omelette a home run! 

Take Note:


  • You can order two flavours on one pizze if you order a large one
  • Their straws are made of corn, and will split if you bite down on it
  • Soups are very good, but could be hotter.

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