A collegue told me about the restaurant and I finally had the chance to try it out - definitely glad I did.
We were warmly greeted as we entered the restaurant and shown to our table which was already set and ready for us. Ambience was nice, a little dark, but great artwork.
We started with a bottle of Cloudy Bay and had the antipasto platter to start. Great assortment of foods with the chorizo coming in a raddicho bowl which was just gorgeous.
We moved onto red with 2 glasses of the Edge cab. I had the rack of lamb which was cooked perfectly! My wife has the snapper which I tried and was also very very good. The sides with the entrees were unique and even had a tomato filled cucumber!
We had a mixed nut gelato and a home made marscapone cheesecake for dessert. Both were fair sized and definitely made at the restaurant. The cheesecake had some sort of raspberry sauce which we actually requested more of because it was so good.
The only problem of the night was that they didn't know the artists name of the person who pained the crab painting in the middle of the restaurant.
All in all a great dining experience. The service was detailed but not overbearing. We kind of just wanted to sit and have our appetizers and our server got it right away. Definitely will return again, well worth the drive up to North Vancouver.