house wine’s love of all things French extends to the theatre, so it is with great pleasure that we partner with BonetaRestaurant in a fundraiser to benefit the Théâtre la Seizième. In its 35th season, Théâtre la Seizième is the only French language, professional theatre company in BC and a dynamic leader in Western Canada’s cultural and artistic life. Show your support for francophone culture at this elegant evening of free-flowing bubbles. We will be pouring a superb selection sparkling wines from around the globe including Cava from Spain, Sekt from Germany, Crémant from France and of course plenty of Champagne. To pair with these sparkling gems, renowned Chef Jérémie Bastien has created a delectable menu of exquisite hors d’oeuvres. And in honour of the spectacular Napoleonic tradition, Michaela & Michelle will indulge in a synchronized sabering performance.
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305 Alexander Street, Vancouver
Advice: Book ahead if you have a large party.
There is always that one place that you love which reminds you of a private dinner party at home. My one place is this place, Two Chefs and a Table, it’s location is a bit off the beaten path, you visit not for the location but for the food, the flavours, the tastes, and the tantalizing dishes. One of my friends had a birthday dinner here recently, of course I suggested the restaurant which went over well for everyone lucky to be at Sheryl’s almost private birthday dinner party.
I had the Kabocha Squash Soup ($8) with truffle oil, French croutons to begin, this was followed by the Lamb Shank ($23) double braised, oyster mushroom risotto, heirloom carrots; and then to end the meal I had the moist and outstanding Almond Cake ($7) with creme anglais.
The menu offers a changing selection of ala carte items as well as a prixe fix menu for all those people who are hungry to try 5 or so courses and who may want to add a wine pairing. The restaurant is fairly small, not much bigger than ones kitchen and dining room, the communal tables are popular if dining alone or with a friend.
Review by: Richard Wolak