This is a small restaurant, a dozen tables. it's slightly outside the noisy part of Gastown, so we sat outside and enjoyed a quiet dinner. You get to meet the owner and get a description and history of the dishes, a behind the scenes story. Good wine, we trusted the owner suggestion who opened a bottle for two glasses because he thought we'd enjoy it. The food was very good. Mussels in curry sauce (plumpest mussels ever, curry with a hint of Chipotle I think), Sockey salmon, not too cooked, covered with a balsamic and berry sauce, fried oysters with apples and dill. We also met the chef: Inspired lady who travelled a lot and has a great perspective on stuff. I'd go back in a heartbeat.
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