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Restaurant Blog

The reviews on this site are the opinions of the individual bloggers, who are members of the Dinner Devils.

Locus on Main

January 26, 2019  |  By: @flygyrll

Locus describes themselves as offering an eclectic fusion of modern and classic dishes that are innovative and globally inspired. The menu looked very promising, with dishes hailing from around the world… Read More

Chop Steakhouse & Bar

January 13, 2019  |  By: @flygyrll

Chop Steakhouse & Bar is a serious competitor for the long-time king of steakhouses, The Keg. This place will definitely satisfy your steak cravings. Read More

St Lawrence

January 9, 2019  |  By: @flygyrll

For a few hours this evening, I felt like I was back in Paris  or Quebec City.  St Lawrence creates a strong sense of place… and then there was the food. This is Classic French cuisine with Quebecois inspiration. Read More

Calabash Bistro

January 7, 2019  |  By: @flygyrll

The vibe and atmosphere of Calabash Bistro is great and the cocktails are even better.  But I found myself asking “where’s the jerk?” as this is a Caribbean restaurant after all. Read More

Kissa Tanto

December 21, 2018  |  By: @flygyrll

It has received tons of rave reviews and was voted best new restaurant in Canada in 2016.  This place is supposed to be Japanese Italian Fusion. I’d like to say it is more confusion than anything. Read More

Moltaqa

October 23, 2018  | By: @flygyrll

Moltaqa is Vancouver’s only Moroccan restaurant. The food was extremely tasty and in full Moroccan splendor with multiple layers of flavours and spices. Read More

Absinthe Bistro

October 4, 2018  |  By: Alistair

It’s a wonderful feeling when you walk out of a restaurant at the end of the evening realizing that all your expectations had been exceeded. That’s precisely how we felt after dining at Absinthe Bistro last night.  Read More

West

September 8, 2018  |  By: Alistair

I’ve heard great things about West and expected them to be at the same level at Nightingale, AnnaLena and Forage. But like every scale, you can’t have a top without a bottom and West firmly sits on the lower end.  Read More