845 Burrard St., Vancouver, BC
If French cuisine is your taste, than fine dining in Vancouver’s renowned Sutton Place Hotel is your place!
|Cuisine Type |||French|
|Ambiance |||Fine Dining|
|Meals Served |||Lunch, Breakfast, Dinner|
|Neighbourhood |||North Vancouver|
|Mon-Sat: 6AM–10PM Sun: 11:30AM-2PM 5:30PM–10PM|
Profile Last Updated: January 06, 2009
The posh ambiance of the Sutton Place hotel is perfectly mirrored in their five-diamond dining room, the Fleuri Restaurant, which boasts some of the finest continental French cuisine in the city. A popular fine dining establishment for both business and pleasure, patrons return time and again to sample the latest offerings of the ever-changing menu, expertly developed by Chef Raman Anand. Hailing from Delhi, India, chef Anand has honed his culinary skills in some of the finest establishments around the world, finally leaving the Intercontinental Hotel in Sydney, Australia to bring his recipe book full of innovative international cuisine to the kitchens of the Sutton Place Hotel. Here he joined Executive Chef Kim Thai, a brilliant culinary mind from Saigon, Vietnam, who has been honing his creativity in the hotel since 1988.
Fine Dining for the Discerning Palate
From the wee hours of the morning until well beyond cocktail hour, Fleuri offers up a wide array of delectable delights. Their breakfast menu ventures into uncharted territory with such creations as the Japanese special, which includes raw or soft poached eggs with steamed rice, seaweed, Japanese pickles, seared BC salmon and miso soup. For the more traditional palate, opt for the west coast special or try the healthy alternative, a strawberry-orange cocktail with bee pollen, served with a fruit cocktail and a low-fat egg white frittata with bell peppers, mushrooms and yogurt. You can enjoy the lunch menu by simply ordering the three-course business lunch, or trying the signature dishes such as garganelli, herb-crusted chicken breast or the seared sea bass.
Come for Tea, Stay for Dinner
High tea is served daily from 2:30 p.m. to 5 p.m., and is expertly executed, with all the fixings. For an affordable fare per person, traditional teas from around the world can be sampled and enjoyed with traditional cucumber and watercress sandwiches, smoked salmon and caper pinwheels, raspberry chicken salad brioche and decadent French pastries such as éclairs, macaroons, scones and tarts. And if you’re still hungry, the dinner menu is truly something to marvel at, with starters like the rich lobster and corn bisque, dugeness crab cakes, or the seafood sampler for the indecisive. The mouth-watering entrées include Fraser Valley duck breast, a duo of lamb or Spring Creek ranch beef tenderloin.