We dine about once a month at the Old Yale. The chef/proprietor, Case, does a wonderful job and is usually "manning the fort" all by himself. His tiger prawn appetizer is exquisite - I would say it actually rivals some of the top Vancouver restaurants! The prawns are cooked to perfection - not rubbery. I like several of his main courses; last night I had the Duck breast in an orange sauce. The lamb is also very good. My husband practically always requests the trout - which is not on the menu but is nearly always available if you ask. The mains are served with a variety of homemade veggies - not "blow you away" but tastey. The desserts are all made on the premises - and the apple streudel is without a doubt, the best that I've ever had. Unfortunately, he hadn't got around to making it last night so I had cheese cake. It was light and not to sweet but wasn't the New York Style I was expecting. The wine list is a bit limited but there are at least two nice whites and a Shiraz that you can get by the glass. All in all, I would say it is very good value for money. Some of his creations are exquite and others are just plain good. If you're looking for frills and art on your plate, however, this isn't the place.