Kergano's to offer "Food for the Soul"

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Tyco, left, and Tim Huska stand in the kitchen of their new Moose Jaw restaurant Kergano's, which is located on the zero block of High Street West. Times-Herald photo by Carter Haydu

Father-son restaurateur duo Tim and Tyco Huska believe their new Moose Jaw enterprise, Kergano’s, is the sort of place one can find arts and culture, an inviting friendly environment with caring community-orientated staff, as well as soulful nurturing cuisine, emphasizing local and organic ingredients.

“If you want something that’s fresh with a bit of a twist, you’ll like Kergano’s,” said 48-year-old Tim, head chef at the family business.

According to Tim, from the bread to the beef, everything in his restaurant is baked, butchered and smoked by the staff. The restaurant utilizes its own grown herbs and anything they can’t make, Tim said they try as much as possible to buy locally.

“We really take pride in local,” he said, adding the seafood must be shipped in from out of province, but he nonetheless assures the fish are “fresh off the boat.”

Tuesday was the first official day of operations at Kergano’s, which restaurant manager Tyco, 25, said is based on his family’s background in Ukrainian cuisine, but goes far beyond one genre and features dishes influenced from many different cultures, from North America to Spain.

“We’re kind of worldwide in our cooking influences,” Tyco told the Times-Herald. He said Kergano’s isn’t just about delicious and fresh cuisine. The restaurant aspires to satisfy Moose Jaw’s cultural hunger with a certain artistic flavour, which includes various local original paintings on the walls. The restaurant is located on the zero block of High Street West.

For more on this story, read an upcoming edition of the Times-Herald.

 

Organizations: Times-Herald

Geographic location: Moose Jaw, North America, Spain

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  • L Hurst
    September 02, 2011 - 00:40

    Way overpriced and overcooked food! My partner and I ate one entree each, with a glass of water...no appetizers, drinks, desert etc. Our bill came to $52 with the tax. Pasta was mushy and chicken was burnt. Won't go back, but will encourage you not to go at all.

  • T. Hanley
    August 31, 2011 - 16:22

    The concept was good - the delivery of the concept was horrible. This restaurant had poor quality food (over-cooked noodles, under-seasoned proteins covered in sauces that induce gag reflexes). All at prices (>$25 and above) that make one question the value for money. Stay away!

  • Doug e
    July 08, 2011 - 13:52

    They did own one called tim and tyc's but the name changed for good reasons

  • J Smith
    June 15, 2011 - 04:07

    man there names are so cool im supprised that they didnt use there names like tyco and tims or tims and tyc's

  • L Macdonald
    May 27, 2011 - 19:32

    Fresh artistic food in Moose Jaw? This area is "starving" for food like that! I can't wait to become a "regular" and enjoy something that's not "fresh" off the Sysco food truck. Best of Luck to you!