Eat & Drink

November 9 2018

Fill thy belly full! Comfort Food In Gastown

 

It’s that time of the year dear readers, to share with you some of the more comforting plates found on the abundant kitchen tables of Gastown.

Our chefs have heard your bellies rumbling and duly answered the call. Warmth, heat, butter, meat, hearty, and delicious, sweet and complete.

And for heavens sake, enjoy these seasonal cravings, for the change in weather and daylight almost demands it. Like a heavy soft blanket on a wet winter night, a dish of this calibre will gently soothe the chill within.

Water Street Cafe

16oz. Bone in Ribeye with spicy fries

Coquille Fine Seafood

Crab dumplings with apple + celery and an apple oyster sauce

The Flying Pig

Mac n Cheese

Meet In Gastown

Beerbattered Onion Things
Cajun spiced crispy onion rings with housemade Born to Be Mild sauce

L’abattoir

A delicious and hearty brunch fry up.

Brunch in service from 10am-2pm every Saturday & Sunday

Bauhaus

Butternut squash dessert | pumpkinseed oil ice cream | brown butter | by executive chef @timschultechef

Jules Bistro

Classic French Onion Soup

Pourhouse

Pourhouse Burger and Fries

Tuc Craft Kitchen

12 oz. certified Angus Reserve rib eye, mushroom crust, roasted carrots, red wine reduction

The Sardine Can

Carrilladas de res con PX, Valdeon y uvas ~ Pedro Ximenez braised beef cheeks with Valdeon Blue

DiBeppe

Pepperoni & Funghi pizza

Peckinpah

Platter of Deliciousness with deep fried pickles, ribs, pulled pork, fries, coleslaw

Bao Down

Kimchi fries – house made double fried kennebec potato fries, sweet soy, crispy garlic, bean sprouts, garlic scape mayo, scallions with a choice of Crispy pork belly or Tamari braised Shitake mushrooms

Tacofino

Baja Fish Tacos