Food at Dave & Buster’s

 Dave & Buster's Lotsa Loaded Tots

Dave & Buster’s located at 120 Interchange Way in Vaughan

This was my second time to Dave & Buster’s but my first time eating there.  This post is primarily going to be about the singular dish that we ordered from there.  Before we sat down for a dish though, we played various arcade games and watched others play as well.  It was fun to say the least. 😀  

By 6 p.m., we were feeling hungry and sat down at the bar to order some food and rest.  (At the gaming/playing area of Dave & Busters’s, the seats are first-come-first serve, so you can just grab a seat anywhere and then order drinks and/or food from the servers.)  Since there were no open booth tables (we wanted a booth table), we sat at the bar and ordered drinks and an appetizer to share.

Ken picked a really good one, the Lotsa Loaded Tots.  These were crispy potato tots loaded with hot queso, crispy bacon and green onions, and served with Sriracha ketchup.  I was not expecting the food at Dave & Buster’s to be so delicious and great.  These crispy potato tots were indeed fried perfectly to a crisp on the exterior but yet on the inside, it contained texture similar to a hash brown.  The hot queso (cheese sauce) perfect PERFECT.  We are both cheese sauce fans and this was so finger-licking delicious.  The crispy bacon bits and green onions were the perfect combination to this crispy appetizer.  The slightly spicy Sriracha ketchup kicked this appetizer up another notch too.  I was just blown away with how amazing this appetizer was!

While we were enjoying this appetizer at the bar, we had a good time watching the bartenders making various drinks and washing up and cleaning the bar area too.  They had this fancy cup washer that operated like a mini car wash for the cups.  We were fascinated by it and I learned something new that day.  The cup-washing assembly line was so incredibly efficient and cool! 😀

After we were done eating, we returned to play more games. 😀

Fruit Ninja

The only photo taken of the games we played that day: Fruit Ninja!

This short but fulfilling dining experience at Dave & Buster’s proved to me that they serve really good food here!  I wouldn’t hesitate to eat here in the future for more tasty and shareable bites. 😀

Dave & Busters Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato


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