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All reviews risotto lemon tart brioche bread pea shoots duck lobster caesar salad fine dining intimate restaurant wine list main course special night front of house lovely atmosphere north burnaby wonderful food melt in your mouth
Stopped by for an early dinner without a reservations so we were seated in the Lounge which was perfect as we could sit next to each other. We were recommended to try the appies with a glass of wine. The orange caramelized scallops and lobster...More
We decided to dine here based on the good reviews here and were not disappointed. From the moment we were seated to the last bite everything was fantastic. It was not a particularly busy and there were just 2 servers who seemed to work together...More
Very good food, very good service, not cheap but worth a visit or 5. Did a chefs tasting menu and every morsel was prepared perfectly. Small but classic bar list and extensive wine cellar. We live across the street and sometimes just pop in for...More
Ate here with some work colleagues who raved about the place, and must say I was pleasantly surprised. Food is prepared with intricacy and flair. Well worth a visit. Next trip to BC I'll definitely be back!
We remembered this quality dining experience from 2015, so returned for the pea soup, WONDERFULLY fresh Caesar salad, and duck ravioli with mushrooms, followed by the signature lemon tart. So fantastic, we returned a second night and had the lobster cappuccino, steelhead trout with potato...More
Went to Pear tree on Oct 6th for wedding anniversary! It is a small restaurant - the food is absolutely delicious at this restaurant. The servers are very polite and friendly (you do not find that in all restaurants these days). Very enjoyable meal!! Have...More
Concerning the question about the Pear Tree's dress code, I would say business casual, if you will. I've never seen anyone in awful-looking jeans, but they're not super dressed up. This is Vancouver after all - oops - I... More
Concerning the question about the Pear Tree's dress code, I would say business casual, if you will. I've never seen anyone in awful-looking jeans, but they're not super dressed up. This is Vancouver after all - oops - I mean Burnaby and we're a pretty casual place.