I thought that the name Grounds for Appeal seems a bit weird for a cafe, but that was before I found out that they were located at the Law Society of British Columbia. Clever. The cafe serves up a menu consisting of Indian cuisine, as well as sandwiches and pastries. The curries were premade and are served very quickly while the sandwiches take a couple of minutes longer. I had their Chicken Tikka Masala w Rice & Naan, which was off of their specials menu, as well as a Turkey & Brie on Cranberry Sandwich.
Chicken Tikka Masala w Rice & Naan ($9.50):
This was on their specials menu. The curry was quite thick, creamy, and had a great bit of heat/spice to it; it was a bit on the salty side however, and best not eaten on its own. The naan was relatively soft and chewy, although a tad crispy in some parts. The rice was firm and held up well to the curry.
Turkey & Brie on Cranberry Sandwich ($7.50):
In addition to turkey and brie, there were also slices of green apple and tomatoes inside. The bread as well toasted and crispy. The fillings were extremely flavourful, while the apples and cranberries provided a nice sweetness to balance the saltiness of the turkey and cheese. This was a bit messy to eat, but very tasty.
I really enjoyed the food at Grounds for Appeal. The prices were also quite a bargain. This is definitely worth checking out for a tasty and affordable meal.