We decided to try this restaurant in Fort Langley on Good Friday. It may well be the best restaurant that we've eaten at in Fort Langley.
It is right on the main street - Glover St. and you can watch all the pedestrians strolling in the evening. Great for people watching. The room is very cozy, it has a nice welcoming atmosphere but it is not overly formal or dressy. They have artwork on the wall for sale hence the name of the restaurant. The tables are well spaced so you can have a nice conversation with your companion and not have to worry about people at surrounding tables listening in on your conversation.
Service was adequate but not outstanding by any means. The waitress was pleasant enough but did not do anything more than would be expected.
They had a 4 course set menu for $35.00 that offered good value but we did not order from this as a few of the items did not appeal to us. The 4 course set menu included, soup, appetizer, main course and dessert.
We shared an appetizer of mussels Italian style. They were oh so good - nice and spicey, we used the crusty bread to scoop up the sauce. For the main course I had the rack of lamb with garlic crust and herb sauce - $26.95 and my husband had the veal tenderloin $21.95. The entrees came with vegetable and your choice of potato strudel, jasmine rice or polenta. The entrees were a decent size (no novelle cuisine here) and absolutely first rate. The dishes were nicely seasoned and the meat was extremely tender.
For dessert we shared a passion fruit mousse with fresh fruit. This was just the right touch to end the meal. The mousse was light, flavourful and refreshing and the fruit, grapes, bananas and strawberries were fresh.
If you're in Fort Langley I highly recommend this restaurant. They have customer parking at the rear.