visited Vancouver for a professional conference, had dinner at a table for 8. Service very attentive. Appetizers were very good. Several of us ordered the cioppino at $40: one shrimp, one scallop, one piece of fish with a slice of potato with the imitation rouille on it, in a bowl with not more than a cup of broth. Not really worth the price. Good thing our waiter brought more bread as soon as we emptied the basket. Others had different main courses, which were all in the mid-40 range and modest quantities.
Ambiance lively, decor very "bistro", but let someone else pay.