A planned trip to Vancouver in early spring had me searching for a new restaurant to try. My prior visit in search of modernist cuisine did not yield anything to report. This time, West Restaurant showed up. Although it was not centrally-located in the downtown area of Vancouver, it was a direct 20-minute bus ride down Granville St.
The dining room is a long narrow space from the front to the back. To the other side of the half-wall is the bar and wine wall. I selected a glass of the Alsatian Gewurztraminer for my wine for the evening.
The menu options are numerous. They offer dishes a la carte. There are also three tasting menus — land, sea and vegetarian – as well as pre-theatre menu.
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