I'm coming from the Bay Area, so maybe I've got a chip on my shoulder about haute cuisine. But when wines start at $80 a bottle and a plate of pasta starts at $36, then you're adding a whole new meaning to haute cuisine. Being in the top story, in a revolving restaurant, adds another nice layer of meaning.
The food was definitely sold: I had their duck trio, the kids had pasta carbonara, the wife had the lamb shank, and my host had a second mortgage taken out to pay for it all.
But you know what? Everyone who ordered the Belgian chocolate terrine for dessert has since declared that it was the highlight of our trip to BC.
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