I and my wife came here because of this restaurant won silver in Best Casual Dining in Vancouver Magazine, and we were disappointed.
Not that anything was particularly bad, but at the prices they charge ($16 or so for appetizers, and $30 to $40 for mains), the food should be memorable, and it was not.
We just ate there an hour ago, and by now, I have already forgotten what I and my wife had for appetizers, so forgettable were the dishes. One main course was roasted squab, and the other was pork shoulder cooked in milk. We shared the poached pear dessert.
I can describe all the dishes the same way -- flavours were unusual, in that you won't get these flavours anywhere else, but none was particularly delicious, and everything was quite forgettable. the presentations followed the same vein -- interesting appearance, but not particularly appetizing.
The place, however, was architecturally interesting (but you go there for the food, not for the architecture), and service was top notch. Our server was never intrusive, but somehow magically appeared at the right time all the time, just when we needed service, without our having to seek her out or wave her down.
The wine selection was also interesting, and the glass of Poplar Grove Viognier I had was delicious. At $14, that's pretty much what you would expect at other restaurants.
I don't think we'll be returning.