4328 Main Street, Vancouver, BC, V5V 3P9
This hip restaurant brings experimental west coast cuisisne and home cooking together.
|Amenities |||Full Bar, Beer & Wine|
|Pricing |||Less than $20|
|Payment |||Interac, MasterCard, Visa|
|Getting There |||#3 Main|
|Cross Street |||27th Avenue|
Profile Last Updated: June 23, 2008
Nestled in between the antique shops and cafes of south Main, Grub is a new addition to what is becoming one of the most fashionable neighbourhoods in Vancouver. The restaurant manages to be open and airy while still being cozy. The wide floorboards feel as though they were borrowed form an old country home, while the long, yellow, vinyl bench along the wallpapered side ads a retro touch.
An Inventive Menu
The Menu at Grub boasts quite a few creative combinations. Think lamb sausage and Swiss chard paired with pickled beet and potato salad; or stilton cream with poached sour cherries, figs and crostini. You’ll also find an assortment of antipasto, thin crust pizzas heaped with toppings. Take a look at the specials and become acquainted with Grub’s take on classics like meatloaf, or pasta primavera.
The Fresh Board
The people at Grub take freshness to heart, so they change the entrees regularly. A chalkboard at the entrance lists and describes the options for the day. The selection always includes a soup, a few meat and vegetarian options as well as a vegan desert.