The food was average, no very impressed, the onion soup was good though. Service and atmosphere were good.
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We found the service here very slow, even for draft beers, and the food disappointing. The pork crackling was really deep fried pork belly pieces and the crock pot was very bland and overpriced. The onion soup had an odd flavour, the mussels over spiced...More
Cosy and nice little place with excellent food and service. We came there with a toddler and they immediately found an appropriate place for us and the strollers. The crispy chicken is fantastic... although we thought it is a bit overpriced, after we saw the...More
Our first night in Vancouver we were looking for a meal to savour the local flavours. This gem was superb - the service impeccable (attracted by our accents perhaps), the local brews excellent and the food was fabulous. The fish stew was brilliant. A great...More
Excellent craft cocktails and unique spin on some traditional dishes. Lively atmosphere, great for dinner and drinks. I hear they also have a good brunch on the weekends.
We came on a rainy night and we had a reservation. We were seated quickly and our server was a bit spacy at first visiting the table multiple times seeming to forget why he came over to us. But he grew on us and he...More
Pretty chill atmosphere, wonderful service, waitress was very outgoing and receptive, food was tasty and well priced, worth the visit
We had dinner and enjoyed it very much. The food was creative and delicious. The service was attentive and unhurried. We will definitely come back next time we visit Vancouver.
We celebrated two birthdays one night here and enjoyed the experience. The staff were attentive and friendly and the food was interesting. I enjoyed my 4Star Tao tempura cauliflower very much.
We had brunch here after coming back from our cruise. The staff were friendly and the atmosphere fun. Menu limited but good experience for lunch. Unfortunately, the beer on tap was not to temperature so the waiter readily suggested equivalent in cans of beer. Would...More