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Blue Water Cafe + Raw Bar

1095 Hamilton Street
Vancouver, BC V6B5T4
Tel: (604) 688-8078 Reserve Online
Fax: (604) 688-8978
Neighbourhood: Central

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Certainly a postive Expericence
By AussieChef of Vancouver (downtown) (1 Review)
Submitted Thursday, June 2, 2011 - 1:27pm [Dine in]

I visited Blue Water Cafe on the notion that it is Vancouver's Premier Fine Dining Restaurant and I left satisfied but with a lower opinion of Vancouver Dining.
I called to make a my booking a few days before and was told the only time I could get was 9:30pm which was alright with me and I requested to sit at the Sushi bar which they said would be done. Luckily I called just before going to confirm my booking because they couldn't find it I was on the phone for 10 mins when my reservation showed and I left to the restaurant.

We arrived at the restaurant and had to wait standing at the door for a long while (not an uncommon thing for fine dining) before being shown to our table which wasn't any where near the sushi bar (I think they lost my reservation). Didn't bother me much though I was happy to be there.

When I dine out I don't drink much but like to taste as much of the menu as possible. The food was really good though not as extravagant as the the price and hype I've heard suggests. The biggest let down of the evening was the service. My waiter was really nice, very friendly and was constantly checking up on us to check everything was all good but he made a few huge mistakes. Notably, topping up our sparkling water with tap water, after knocking a drink over half way though the evening not replacing the table cloth, instead just placing a napkin over the top of the mess to cover it up and he lacked knowledge on the menu which normally doesn't bother me but instead of going to find out the answers to my questions he just bull crapped his way though them. Works fine for a normal patron but when your a cook yourself it kind of make them sound stupid when they tell you the sauce on a dish is ponzu when it has no acid and smells like sesame...

The Restaurant was gorgeous making it really pleasant to sit there for long time and food and drink service was on point. A the few minor downsides though a really good night an excellent experience none the less. Worth the experience but i don't think the excessive prices warrant a return visit, not when Vancouver has so many other great restaurant to try out.

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Blue Water
By Gorgelicious of Vancouver (52 Reviews)
Submitted Thursday, January 10, 2013 - 10:17pm [Dine in]

Blue water is definitely one of the best restaurants in Vancouver, and the quality of food here surpasses Coast’s by a long shot. The interior aesthetics may not be as pleasing or trendy as of Coast’s, but the food and service here is sublime!

Seafood Tower - $78 (6.25/7)
In the menu: two tiers with oysters, prawns, seared red tuna, smoked salmon jellyfish, scallops ceviche, clams and mussels
This impressive tower served as a delicious appetizer for the five of us! We personally love mussels and they were definitely big and juicy. The seared red tuna was excellent and reminded us of ahi tuna, the scallops were nice and plump, the salmon jellyfish was interesting but not a favorite, and the prawns were huge and delicious! The aesthetics of this dish was stunning and had many people turn their heads when it was placed on our table.

Toro Sashimi - $17.50 (6.75/7)
For those who don’t know, this basically translates to “Raw Tuna belly”. The tuna belly sashimi is more expensive than regular sashimi because of the high fat content of the fish, which makes it extremely tasty and soft. You only get approximately 7 full pieces of sashimi with this appetizer but it is definitely worth it as it is comparable to the sashimi in Japan! The fish is of extremely high quality and practically dissolves in your mouth!

Gianduja Hazelnut Chocolate Cheesecake - $11 (6.25/7)
This was excellent as it wasn’t too sweet and the cheese portion of the cake wasn’t too overpowering. The ratio of hazelnuts, chocolate, and cheese was absolutely perfect and was no doubt a first-class dessert. Even though blue water cafe is under the same group as Thierry, we could tell that the desserts here were of a higher level. The dessert was served with a scoop of what we believed to be hand made gelato, which was also delicious and refreshing!

Sablefish - $36.50 (6/7)
This dish was quite good but nothing too extraordinary. To be honest, we’re not really fish lovers so we can’t tell the difference between most fish unless it’s something common like tuna or salmon. This dish was prepared very intricately and the Japanese yuzu flavour really made the dish stand out!

Qualicum Bay Scallops - $33.50 (6.5/7)
These huge and plump scallops were served with a few caramelized greens, two wild rice griddle cakes, and a tangy citrus sauce that made the dish quite refreshing! The scallops themselves were pan seared to perfection and they were probably one of the best that we’ve ever had! However, we didn’t enjoy the wild rice griddle cakes as much as we thought we would. There was nothing wrong with them but they were simply not our taste!

Anyway, we had a great time at Blue Water and everything was excellent. The service was extremely professional (eg. when they came to take our dishes away, five staff members came all at once to clean our table in an instant) and there was an actual staff member who went around to refold our napkins whenever we left our seats! The food here is definitely top notch and could possibly serve Vancouver’s best seafood!

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Special Treat
By cocoeater of vancouver (323 Reviews)
Submitted Monday, October 31, 2011 - 8:58am [Dine in]

First time to Blue Water and overall experience was fantastic. The Chef came by the table to intro himself and had some recommendation which was a nice touch. Started with the crab cakes which were very good, also shared the seafood tower which was a nice mix of cold dishes and raw oysters, had the butter poached salmon with risotto which was excellent, for the main had the halibut which was good but a bit over cooked and a sampling of desserts which were very good. Overallt the food was great and the service was excellent. All dishes came at the same time and napkins folded every time someone left the table. The restaurant is a great place and sitting by the open kitchen was better than I thought as you get to see all the action. A bit on the expensive side at approx. $80 per person for food only, but worth it. Would return.

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Blue Water Raw Bar - brilliant!
By nicansyz of Vancouver, West End (6 Reviews)
Submitted Monday, May 24, 2010 - 11:28pm [Dine in]

This is a review just about Blue Water's Raw Bar - not the general cafe part. In case you don't want to read the rest of this review, I'll sum it up for you: it was spectacular!

We arrived and sat outside in the patio. It is a gorgeous setting. Great ambiance outside (and inside too). The music is funky and not too loud. The flowers were in bloom. The decor is stylish, as is the plating.

The oyster menu is comprehensive, although they don't stock all the oysters on it. Tonight they had 6. We tried them all and they were all beautiful. Perfectly shucked. Brine still in shell. Red wine mignonette. Lemon. Freshly-grated horseradish.

The sockeye salmon sashimi was to die for. Vancouver does salmon like no other place I've ever been and sockeye is - at least when it comes to sashimi - the king of salmon.

The service was friendly, professional, knowledgeable and prompt. The Whistler-brewed pale ale was served in a hybrid baloon-tulip which was perfect and complemented the food.

It's not cheap, but for fresh seafood, you cannot do better.

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Overpriced seafood in Yaletown
By whataview of yaletown (66 Reviews)
Submitted Friday, January 13, 2006 - 9:36pm [Dine in]

The seafood options are unique and esthetically pleasing but not worth what they're asking. I have been there a couple of times in small and large groups and find the service inconsistent. The seafood tower is tasty but not great value. My last experience there was in the private room with clients - many of them grumbled about the service and mediocre food. If my customers aren't impressed, I never take them back.

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Seriously? Worst Value ever.
By jbadhu of vancouver (1 Review)
Submitted Wednesday, April 22, 2009 - 10:17am [Dine in]

So me and a few girlfriends went out to try this place. We had all been meaning to try out Blue Water for some time. Well let me tell you...WASTE OF MONEY! The room is pretty decent but a bit cavernous (The place is huge). As for the food, it was decent but not even close to being worth the money we paid. Oh, and the service is average at best. Our waiter was snooty and reeked of cigarette smoke. EW! With so many new restaurants out there that offer value I don't know why anyone would eat at a place like this. I musn't be alone in my thinking as the place was also pretty slow, with like 20 waiters/waitresses all standing around looking bored. I might try Blue Water again...but only if I won the lottery.

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Excellent place for a corporate event...
By sinner of North Vancouver (71 Reviews)
Submitted Friday, March 21, 2008 - 4:33pm [Dine in]

Hosted a supper here with 10 clients a couple of days ago. The crew at Blue Water do a great job of accomodating requests. We had a couple of seafood towers - shrimp, oysters, scallops in shell, all on ice. I had the beef tenderloin which was cooked to perfection. Everyone else loved their dish - white sturgeon was the other choice...

What is great about this restaurant is the ambiance and the service. The service is professional and attentive. The decor, with the exposed brick and the wall to wall wines makes quite an impression. The evening came to 180 dollars per person but was definitely worth it.

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Bad food DOV
By vwou of vancouver (24 Reviews)
Submitted Thursday, January 15, 2009 - 11:38pm [Dine in]

I knew the food quality is bit worse during DOV but I didn't expect this bad.

1) White Bean & truffle Veloute: first impression in my mouth: taste like alfredo sauce with bacon bits. what? where am I, Denny's?

2) Artic Char: very average..bleh

3) 24 hr braised pork shoulder: dry like hell and no flavor,felt like eating a boiled thick piece of pork. braised for 24hrs? in what? water? had to wash it down with a glass of water

4) Lime cheese cake: all I could taste is super sourness, no lime or cheese taste. Got bits of charred mini marshmellow on top. what the heck? it doesnt look good nor did it complement the flavors. Did some apprentice dreamed this up sitting on the toilet?

Service was not bad but I left feeling totally ripped off for $38 + tax + tips per person.

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How Good?
By muggy of Vancouver (2 Reviews)
Submitted Sunday, November 21, 2010 - 9:05am [Dine in]

I always look forward to this time of year because it's the 1 of the 2 times in the year that I visit Blue Water Cafe. To be frank I only visit twice a year because I'm not rich. If I need to spread my budget over the course of the year between other fine dining establishments and out of country food tours I would say twice a year will suffice.......
So we sat at chef Tabo-sans sushi bar. It helps that my mother knows him so getting served little tasters in between courses recommended by him made the experience much more delightful. Quiet and reserved it's amazing how slow Tabo-san moves with his knife but manages to keep up with tickets spitting out and keeping every dish consistent. I have to admit the sushi is good but overpriced.
What I love is the firsts and mains that Chef Pabst comes up with. Whether it's the ling cod, sablefish, halibut,
or live tank lobster they all seem to be perfect in every way. Everything from the sauce, center, and accompaniments it's all combined perfectly. I have never had a bad experience and the staff has always been great. I learned about eating raw oysters from one server, the kusshi is a great starter oyster, choose flavoring, grab the boot and slurp it up. The service at these prices is always the breaker for me. Going to restaurants that are "hoity toity" and "fine dining" and really expensive always bother me when the servers are snobby and make you feel uncomfortable. It's one thing when you go to eat a bowl of Pho for 8 bucks and get poor service, but spending 100 bucks and feeling uncomfortable because of the staff is another....... So it's always nice to have friendly staff at these types of establishments and Blue Water has friendly staff.
There's a reason why I go twice a year and I'll keep returning until Blue Water gives me reasons to do otherwise.

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One of the best services we had
By Sakura of Vancouver (2 Reviews)
Submitted Sunday, February 22, 2009 - 3:57pm [Dine in]

My boyfriend and I were there for DOV for the first time and we were happy with our choice.

Although there were people lining up, but we got a pre-booked table the moment we walked into the place. Lots people already commented on the foods so I wont mention much about it. The only thing was that my boyfriend said he was not really full afterwards ( I guess it happens with lot places during DOV).

One thing I love about this place was the service. The waiter was very courteous and checked back with us frequently although it was very busy, and always had eye contacts with us when he asked us how things were and everytime we said thank you. One of the best services we had during DOV, or even just regular dine outs at other places.

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Good all around
By garammasala of North Vancouver (6 Reviews)
Submitted Wednesday, August 6, 2008 - 8:40pm [Dine in]

The previous critics don't lie, it's a pricy place but it must be paid for the BWC.

The food is top of the line. 2 of us went and started with sushi. I've been to my share of good and bad sushi restaurants and this was among the top. Had the beef tenderloin (strange considering I was at a seafood place, but anyways..) and it was cooked to perfection. The dishes are a bit smaller but we had come in on empty stomachs and after the few dishes were full.

The raw feeling of the restaurant is what makes it special. Most Yaletown restaurants do have that same brick feel, but the way the BWC was lit up and table placement, etc. it really is a great environment to be in.

The service was good. Not incredible, but good. It wasn't a busy night so I expected more from my server, but didn't get it.

Dinner for 2 plus drinks came to under $150 incl tax & tip.

Highly recommend.

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Great food & amazing wine list
By rusheat of vancouver (1 Review)
Submitted Saturday, April 2, 2005 - 1:56pm [Dine in]

We started with the seafood tower which was great, the sommolier was on had to recommend a great bubble cant remember the producer but it was a german sparkler. Our friends enjoyed three entree's which we shared, Cod, Lobster and Spaghettini all very strong dishes. Service was good but we had a waiter that was very chatty, my friend asked him what would be a good point of interest to explore the City. Well he stood there for a good 10 minutes talking.
Desserts rank near the best I ever had some sort of Chocolate Fondue yummy.
Overall I would definatley go back they have it all, food, wine, atmosphere and service.

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Group Event was FANTASTIC/WUNDERBAR/DELICIOUS! - Exemplary service - 5 stars all-round
By MarshallPlacid of Richmond (14 Reviews)
Submitted Monday, December 6, 2010 - 7:16pm [Dine in]

Brief description:
Event for 39 people at the Pacific Room at Blue Water. A dozen or so guests took the sushi and cocktail mini-course.

Food:
Cooked to perfection. I was the host for the event and everybody agreed the food was excellent, one of the best, if not the best, they have tasted for seafood and Western cuisine. We had the Group course for $109 each (look for it in their menu in the group section of the website). The "table dish" of sushi and sashimi was good and fresh. The appetizers were fresh and the avocado sauce for my own dish mixed in well with all 3 different mini-dish comprising the appetizer. The foie-gras for other guests were amazing and the oysters+caviar were the best my brother-in-law tasted ANYWHERE in Vancouver (he eats a lot of oysters). The entrees were even better. The poached lobster was very good and cooked perfectly. My char was crispy on the outside (as it is suppose to be) and tender inside. WUNDERBAR! The kobe-style ribs were the best my guests tasted. That dish was braised for 21 hours before being cooked. The dessert was plate of 3 mini-desserts: the famous Blue Water lava cake/brownie + cream cheese ice cream + creme brulee. The nice little addition of liquor inside the lava cake was a master stroke. Instead of just plain "super" sweet, the mixed in liquor gave the cake a slight bitter, yet sweet taste. It was the perfect blend. The creme brulee was good, but the sugar cover on top was perfect. The cream cheese ice cream was unique.

The wine was very good. I didn't drink but the rest of the guests were absolutely charmed by the taste of 1 red and 1 white selection. The white was from Italy and the red was a local maker. Blue water is known for their wine, and Andrea, the wine director, gave the guests a perfect wine/meal combo to choose from.

Service:
My thanks goes to Brent, Scott, Jen, and Andrea for their wonderful service. There were no hiccups and everything was perfect. They put their efforts into perfecting every minute detail of the service, from the lightining, to the food distribution, etc. They were very genuine in their service. All the dishes came out perfectly timed. We had 39 guests, yet they were able to have ALL the dishes come out at the same time (within 1 or 2 minutes).

The mini courses some of the guests took before the dinner was very fun. They enjoyed the courses and were delighted that there were options to partake in, besides eating the dinner dishes (look it up on the website).

Value:
The value of the entire meal was perfect. The selection for the group course was good. Please keep in mind the dishes included a few caviar dishes, foie gras, seafood, sushi, sashimi, etc. Added to this was the fact that we booked the entire Pacific room (enough room for 80 guests), at no charge. So, it was the perfect blend of price and product.

Ambiance:
The best ambiance I have been in, ever, in a group setting. I showed a slide show in the room, and they had 2 projection screens synced up, to 2 projectors. It was easy to set up by plugging my laptop to the terminal. The Pacific room is essentially a large wine room, that measures approximately 16 feet by 45 feet. There were Christmas decorations everywhere and the room was very well lit (I love well lit dining experiences, not low light ones). Even if you don't like the room being well lit, you can customize the brightness yourself. If you are dinning for 2, the main room is dimly lit, and has a nice ambiance, but the pillars make the main room seem smaller than it really is. But for group events, the Pacific room is INCREDIBLE!

Conclusion:
Perfect service. Perfect food. Perfect Ambiance, Perfect Value. Have a group event of 10 to 80 people? Book the Pacific Room. I booked it 4 months in advance and only got a Sunday booking. The Fridays and Saturdays were booked solid 4 months in advance. Got an itch to eat for 2? The food is just as good as in group events. If the group event food is good, the dinner for 2 food is always better. Oh yeah, they have been recognized to have one of the largest selection of wine in the world, and won Vancouver Magazine's Restaurant of the year Award for 2010. Bon Apetit!

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Special Occasion
By tentales of Vancouver (12 Reviews)
Submitted Thursday, October 28, 2010 - 10:56am [Dine in]

I took my girlfriend out for her birthday last night and we both thoroughly enjoyed the food & service.
The cuisine is an interesting fusion of European / Asian / West-Coast fair.
The fish, both sushi & cooked is delightful and fresh. Try their Uni! It's like "fois gras of the sea". You will never accept "fishy smelling" Uni at your regular Sushi place ever again, after learning here what FRESH really means.

Service is attentive, charming and very knowledgeable.

Sure, it comes at a price, but you typically get what you pay for it. If you want Cactus Club prices, walk a block.. the CC is around the corner. This is for the discerning foodie or gourmet.
I recently had the pleasure of trying their partner restaurant the "Araxi" in Whistler. Different menus but same standard.

Blue Water's wine list is probably one of the best you will find in Vancouver. Despite what you might think though, there are good value bottles amongst the otherwise typical high-markup Bordeaux finds. Although I'm quite knowledgeable on wine, I enjoyed using the Sommeliers advice. The Angelo Gaja was delicious :)

We'll definitely be back, after I pay down the mortgage I took out (kidding!). Seriously, you go once or twice a year to this kind of place.

One small complaint. While 90% of the diners were dressed appropriately, it still surprises me to see some people dressed as if they're dining at McDonalds. Seriously folks, if you have the dough to eat at such a fine establishment, buy a collared shirt and some slacks and blend in! Not that the restaurant is snobby in any form or shape, but it's a show of respect to your fellow diners to not come in sweats & sweater.

To all future diners. If you get a chance, ask to be served by Erica. Not to take anything away from other waiters, but we thoroughly enjoyed her warm & attentive service.

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Amazing food for a special night out
By vancitygirl626 of vancouver (3 Reviews)
Submitted Thursday, August 19, 2010 - 11:04pm [Dine in]

Went back to Blue Water recently. This was my 3rd or 4th time here and it is always a treat. The seafood is cooked perfectly and the flavours are balanced so well, it is a real pleasure eating here. The service is great no snotty waiters just well versed polite staff minus the pretentiousness you get at many of the similar places around town. We had the oysters and scallop ceviche to start, my main was the qualicum bay scallops in a citrus sauce, which came out with wild rice cakes , caramelized onions and wild rice cakes- delicious! The value is solid for the quality, ambiance and service you receive. Definitely worth it for a special night out- foodies be prepared to be blown away.

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Good Value DOV 2009
By Balmy of Burnaby (52 Reviews)
Submitted Thursday, January 22, 2009 - 4:43pm [Dine in]

We were a group of 8 people who went to the restaurant for the DOV menu. The ambiance was really great. Very romantic atmosphere. Since the meal was $38 for the three course, it was a great value compared to the regular menu items. I ordered the Matane Shrimp Salad, Kurobota Pork and Apple Raisin Bread Pudding. The shrimp salad was okay. I didn't find it impressive as the other two appetizers. It was basically lettuce with shrimp, grapefruit and avocado. I didn't finish my salad and gave the rest of it to my friend. He was hungry enough to take my offer. Next item was the pork. It was really tender. The cornbread was a good texture to match the meat. The sauce went well with entree. The Hazelnut + Almond Meringue was a better choice than my Bread Pudding. I found my dessert to be average. It tasted okay, but the presentation for all of the food was amazing. Their regular menu is actually better than the DOV one. However, the price made it worth the visit. Service was fast. A number of people came by and cleared all our plates shortly after we were done with each course. I got the impression they were really trying to get us out before the 1.5 hr that was set for DOV customers. We were told before we were seated that only that much time was alloted unless we were eating off the regular menu. I guess they were trying very hard to maximize the number of people eating at the restaurant. If you haven't been to this restaurant before, it a good way to try their food. However, you should just eat off of the regular menu.

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Standard DOV - worth it, if you aren't expecting the real thing
By zach_food of Vancouver (33 Reviews)
Submitted Friday, January 16, 2009 - 12:06pm [Dine in]

Contrary to the previous review, I had a solid to outstanding (using dinehere terminology) outing last night at Blue Water. First of all, the outstanding side of the visit. The service was as good as I’ve had for regular dinners and the room had a nice buzz last night as early as 6:30, no doubt due to Dine Out and some pre-Canuck people. Dine Out is a decent value but it still costs $60 per person for food, wine, tip/tax, and parking (at a $38 dollar joint) and there are enough restaurants where I can do that and order what I want, that DOV isn’t tops on my list of must dos. Food was what I expected. Well prepared but not extravagant. I thought the veloute was a nice, rich soup, with the salty pancetta and earthy truffle oil playing nicely against the white bean texture. The salad looked OK but nothing special there. The Artic Char was actually quite rich with the sauce, and the fish and vegetables were perfectly cooked. The Braised pork shoulder was tender (I only had to use a fork), and the jus and BBQ sauce had a nice kick to it. The vegetarian dish was a big hit, great saffron sauce and a well-built vegetable tian made it the surprise of the night. Desserts, however, were the low light. Cheesecake was sour, not key lime, and marshmallows did nothing for the dish. The meringue had average flavour, though the texture contrast was nice. They were also more than willing to sub in a dessert due to dietary restrictions. All in all, what I would expect from DOV at a restaurant of Blue Water’s pedigree. For $38 dollars (just slightly more than the price of an entrée on a regular night or less, in many cases), you can only expect so much and either you except that and enjoy or have unrealistic expectations and leave disappointed. They did a good enough job, in my opinion, to entice a patron back for the real thing, knowing there is still more to experience on the food side of things.

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Loved it...
By cakone of Richmond (52 Reviews)
Submitted Tuesday, February 21, 2006 - 12:31pm [Dine in]

I think the only reason I tried this place was because of the gift certificate I won. WOW, was it ever good!

We ordered the lobster in cream sauce which was absolutely to die for! I was not impressed by the lack of selection on their beer menu, but this is the kind of restaurant where somewhat 'classier' drinks are to be ordered.

Serive was great & the ambiance was good.

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Max out your card
By dlishusfood of Downtown, Vancouver (30 Reviews)
Submitted Sunday, December 11, 2005 - 4:29pm [Dine in]

Been meaning to go here for a while and was not too disappointed. The noise level was perfect and the atmosphere was tingling. We decided to start with a spider roll and clam chowder followed by the Ling Cod w/mussels and black rice and my partner the tuna. The soup was only OK and still not sure if there were clams in there. The spider roll at $17 was good but not exceptional. The starters were soon to be forgotten as the mains arrived. Nice presentation and both perfectly cooked. Loved "em both. We shared a creamy nutty desert which polished off the evening nicely. Not a place to go unless you have a min of $250 for 2 including tip to go splurge and many seem to have, as it was a full house on a Wednesday!!

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Expensive
By dpro of north vancouver BC (2 Reviews)
Submitted Monday, January 11, 2010 - 10:37pm [Dine in]

Very expensive, very stuffy, but good food.
There are other restaurants in this price range that have slightly better food...and some restaurants that have as good food, but cost less.I liked their Oysters very much, it was outstanding.Service is ok, wasn't too attentive.
Good food, however, the prices are too high. But overall, a very nice meal.

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