For anyone who knows me, I'm a "foodie" at heart. Some of my favourite restaurants include: Vij's, Tojo's, Cioppinos, Hawskworth, Rim Rock Cafe in Whistler. This helps qualify my review for those of you who are also foodies. I went to the Cannery as a kid of my birthdays or for other special occasions and always loved the view which Pink Peppercorn does not have. However, the food is just as impressive as Eddy IS the daytime chef from the Cannery. The best part of it is he saved up every dime to open up this restaurant and runs it with his family trying to give his kids a great education and life - a very admirable thing to do.
But I know you're not eating there for charity, but this IS the original Cannery menu - maybe with less fancy plating but the servers are from the Cannery and they are so happy and pleasant and really love what they do, the drinks are reasonable (have the Caesar as there is fresh prawns on it!) and the food is top notch. If you're expecting fancy and pretentious, this ISN'T the place for you. If you just want want unbelievably rich lobster bisque, a perfectly balanced trio of tartare (scallops, salmon and tuna) and a Salmon Wellington that melts in your mouth with mashed potatoes that have no shortage of cream or butter (yummmm!), GO NOW! I'm a big fan and have been going for awhile now, but I highly advise give it a try. We had a 3 course meal with a drink for under $100!
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