Located on the iconic Seawall just steps past the Aquatic Centre, enjoy a waterfront view of False Creek and delicious West Coast tapas. Dishes are prepared from scratch using BC’s finest local/indigenous product. Fresh artisan bread is baked in-house. Fun and flavourful dishes, as pleasing to the eye as to the palette, are created daily.
Take in the sounds of some of Vancouver’s top local musicians, with Flamenco Guitar Friday nights and a variety of sultry vocalists backed by hornman Gabriel on Saturday nights. No cover charge.
Look for restaurant signs at 1000 Beach, east of the Burrard Bridge. Walk through the Plaza to the Seawall or even take the Aquabus across from Granville Island.
Come taste what you’ve been missing!
The first time we came to this place for dinner, half of the menu items were not available. We decided to give it another chance... Big, big mistake. Arrived for brunch on Sunday and it took the server 20 minutes to approach our table and take our food order. Out of 10 items on the branch menu 3 were crepes. The server informed us that the restaurant "run out of crepes". I thought it only takes a skillet and a few basic ingredients to make them, but oh, well, again??? Menu items are not available??? Well, we still decided to give it a chance. It took exactly one hour to receive our order and to our disappointment our food was really mediocre. I wish the business owners all the best, but no Groupon, Dealfind, Travelzoo, or even free dinner offer will ever bring me to this place again.
After reading a recent negative review I thought I'd tell you about our experience which was good.
It was a little rough start. It seems that someone put a lot of effort in determining where the reservations would be seated. When we came in I asked for another table which they couldn't accommodate. I noticed another reservation come in who had the same experience. It was a structured/rigid system with no flexibility.
Also, I was confused by the menu because I expected to see the tapas items clearly laid out. After chatting with our server we figured out how it worked. With a name like Ten Ten Tapas I expected all/mostly tapas!
Our first dish was not good. It was tuna tartar and it was really fishy. My husband ate it but I was concerned - smelly raw fish - yikes!
Everything else we had was fabulous. The risotto and fish dishes were excellent. We liked the risotto so much we ordered a second serving. The service was great and the ambience was a pleasant surprise. It was nice to be on the seawall without vehicle traffic. We had a table at the window and the mirror on the wall allowed us both to see the passersby.
At 7pm there was live music which was very pleasant. We were having such a good time we didn't want to leave.
The room is nice and if you can get over some of the oddities you will have a really pleasant experience.
I came here with a few of my friends last Friday after noticing the restaurant earlier in the week while walking the Seawall. They had live music which is always nice, and the drinks and tapas were great. I'm really happy I've found a cool new place in the West End to come for food and drinks.
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