Der Ruf von Le Crocodile steht bei Kritikern aus dem In- und Ausland außer Zweifel; die renommierte Zeitschrift Paris Saveur zollte dem Lokal in ihrer Ausgabe vom Mai 95 ausdrücklich Lob und Anerkennung. Es liegt im Geschäftsviertel der Innenstadt und wird darum gern auch von Geschäftsleuten zu Mittag aufgesucht. Das Interieur verströmt Pariser Eleganz. An den dunkelgelb gestrichenen Wänden hängen gerahmte Reproduktionen von Manet-Gemälden. Stilvolles Mobiliar und Inventar liefern den Rahmen für ein exklusives Tafelerlebnis. Das Restaurant ist für seine elsässischen Spezialitäten in fantastischer Präsentation bekannt. Was hier auf den Tisch kommt, sind nicht bloß Speisen, sondern Kunstwerke. Um nur zwei Beispiele aus der Karte zu nennen: Ris de Veau Pôelé mit Knoblauch, Spinat und Calvados, CAD 22,95 (EUR 16) und gegrillter Atlantik-Lachs mit Spinat, Safran-Soße, CAD 20,95 (EUR 14,70).
When it comes to describing the food plated at the Hawksworth Restaurant, patrons complement the clean tastes, perfect ingredients and exemplary culinary technique. With a kitchen steered by chef David Hawksworth, the restaurant has achieved its fame by sourcing the best in local ingredients and creatively complementing natural flavors. The menu covers breakfast through dinner including a wonderful spread for brunch. Pair you meal with a wine from their selection and finish off with a classic dessert. The perfect place to dine, especially if looking to indulge and impress.
Nestled in the 130-acre Queen Elizabeth Park, Seasons in the Park offers 360-degree views of the stunning Vancouver skyline, Pacific Ocean and the North Shore mountains. The combination of exceptional service and west coast cuisine make this restaurant one not to be missed. The menu features classics such as New York steak and rack of lamb, but the real focus is on fresh local seafood. Try the Queen Charlotte's dungeness crab and risotto cakes or the maple-glazed wild BC sockeye salmon. Seasons in the Park also offers an amazing selection of rare and vintage wines at surprisingly good prices.
Blue Water Cafe is touted as one of the city's favorite haunts for seafood. While the chef cooks up a sumptuous west coast cuisine, the master at the raw bar, effortlessly caters to the needs of sushi lovers. From salads and shrimp cocktails, to main courses of lobster and crabs, which are procured straight out of the tank, guests can enjoy a hearty and delectable seafood meal. Contained within a former warehouse, Blue Water Cafe is in the heart of historic and popular area of Yaletown. The spacious and well lit interiors are ideal for a fancy evening meal, or you can also enjoy your dish under an awning outside when the weather is nice.
Toshi's is a small room that barely seats 30 people. You might have to wait, for the queue here is long. Two things you should have here are the eggplant and spicy beef and gomae. This place offers generous amounts of good quality food at affordable rates. So be prepared to wait if you want some great Japanese sushi food.
Established in 2007, Score on Davie is a famous sports and gay bar. It has won a number of awards including Best Gay Bar, Best Sports Bar and Best Breakfast. Not only that but the restaurant is also popular with the locals and tourists for its burgers, salads and pizzas. It is the perfect place to catch the season's game over drinks and good food in a very relaxed atmosphere. Open from 11a onwards on weekdays and 10a onwards on weekends.
Grand King Seafood Restaurant is a popular Chinese restaurant that serves traditional Southern Chinese dishes with a dash of Western sensibility. The mixed seafood dishes, including the lobster and crab, are among the favorites. Looking for something different? Try the minced pork with stewed spicy eggplant or the sauteed chicken with lily bulbs. Dim Sum, a house specialty here, includes a variety of steamed dumplings to choose from.The surroundings are elegant and the atmosphere relaxed. Reservations are recommended on weekends. Call for open hours.
A fast food joint with a take away and delivery service, Number e Food is perfect for a quick snack. The menu has everything from sandwiches and pizza to smoothies, lattes, iced coffee and teas. The Reuben sandwich, baked BLT sandwich, mac-n-cheese etc. are some of the must-try dishes here. There are also grocery and pantry items like sauces and pickles.
Smithe Salad is a perfect place to enjoy a hot soup or delicious salad in Vancouver. This Smithe street juice and soup bar lets you custom create your own fresh fruit smoothies, salads and juices. All the ingredients used in the preparation of their salads and other dishes are completely organic, fresh and sourced locally from farms. This salad eatery also doubles up as a grocery store and offers fresh produce at super reasonable rates.