Fabulous mussels. Consider booking a cooking class next door at Dirty Apron and they'll teach you how to make them!
A- is for ambience, atmosphere, the best vibe in town....B- is for the incredible selection of Beers and Ale or just plain beverage, my fav is the blue cheese Martini and C- well that is for Chow, yum, yum, yum. My favorite place to sit is at the Bar but get there early if you don't have res.
I agree with the other reviewers who write that the food is great, the service is good, but the place is very noisy. The lamb dish served with spices in a clay pot is simply mouth watering. We ordered several items and then shared them, which is a good way to get a taste of everything. The server was very... More
Another fantastic restaurant in my city! Every meal I have had here has been fantastic! The onlly negative is on Friday and Saturday nights I find the music too loud and would prefer it to be a bit more subtle so I can hear the guests at my table.
I was introduced to this restaurant by my daughter Have been back several times, no regrets Introduced most of my friends, every one of them loves this place Too small, had to forgo a few times
Had reservations at 6 pm on a Thursday evening with a friend just before the Paul Simon and Sting concert. This was my third visit to this restaurant. Food and service, like the previous visits, were very good. We were finished with our meal by 7:30 pm with plenty of time to make our concert. We started with a winter... More
We booked reservations though Open Table and were immediately seated in a very nice room. Tables are set very close together and as the evening progressed and the noise level increased, it was difficult to carry on a conversation at my own table, however, you could join in with the adjoining table if you desired. Pros: * Service was excellent.... More
We returned to Chambar because our previous experiences were simply excellent. We were warmly greeted at the front desk and promptly taken to our table, along the way waitstaff would also greet us with a sincere "hello". First up was one of the signature cocktails - fig infused gin martini with a side dish of stilton cheese. This cocktail continues... More
We took advantage of Dine Out Vancouver to try this restaurant we'd heard good things about. They were booked solid, but opened the Medina Café space to hold more diners, while serving the same menu in both spaces. First thing I noticed was that our waiter, a Québécois (sp?) was a "real" waiter - welcoming, attentive, informative without being intrusive.... More
I wanted to try this place as part of the dine-out festival and I had heard such good things. The ambience and service was all wonderful as well as the selection of imported beer and wine. Unfortunately, despite having three courses and cocktails, nothing stood out enough for me to be back. The portions were all nicely sized but seasoning... More
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