Recommendations for prix fixe meals in Vancouver?
Can anyone recommend any restaurants that offer prix fixe menus during 2010 olympic season?
As copied from vancouverslop.com:
"From Monday January 18 to Sunday, January 24th.
Various Main Street's restaurants, will offer a three-course tasting menus for set prices of $25, $35 and $45. All restaurants will join the fight against hunger by donating a percentage of their food receipts from this tasty, week long event to The Greater Vancouver Food Bank.
3 Lions Cafe
Whip Gallery and Restaurant
Hennessy Dinning Lounge
Zigz Urban Bistro
According to this weeks Courier newspaper:
Pied a Terre has a 3 course $25 Table D'Hote ($45 with wine)
Le Gavroche has a 3 course prix-fixe at $35 (+$25 for wine pairings)
Bistro Pastis has "recession remedy" menus $24 for 2 courses or $29 for three although that may only be until Feb 10th.
Provence Marinaside has a $25 prix fixe lunch and 3 course $37 dinner through January as well as 10% off any menu item during the Olympics
Raincity Grill and C restaurant offer $38 Dine Out style menus while Nu's small plates check in at $28 for three.
Hart House in Burnaby has a 3 ourse surf & turf for $38 through Feb (except Feb 12, 13 & 14)
1193 Denman Street, Vancouver, BC V6G 2N1, CA
3369 Cambie St, Vancouver, BC V5Z2W6, CA
Provence Marinaside Seafood Restaurant Bar & Grill
1177 Marinaside Crescent, Vancouver, BC V6Z 2Y3, CA
Le Gavroche Restaurant
1616 Alberni St, Vancouver, BC V6G1A6, CA
2153 West 4th Ave, Vancouver, BC V6K 1N7, CA
Hart House Restaurant
6664 Deer Lake Ave, Burnaby, BC V5E 4H3, CA
Just read in TV Week about the Westward Ho at University Golf Club where from Feb 1 to Mar 31 is offering a two-course meal for $20.10 with entree and a choice of appetizer or dessert. Each week, they will have a special menu based on three participating countries. Sounds interesting, no? Check out universitygolf.com for more deets.
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