|Cuisine Type |||Fusion|
|Meals Served |||Lunch, Brunch, Dinner|
|Amenities |||Notable Chef, Prix Fixe Menus, Table d'hôte, Tasting Menus, Visible Kitchen|
|Pricing |||Less than $20|
|Cross Street |||203rd Street|
|Mon: 11:30AM-2PM Tues-Fri: 11:30AM-2PM 5PM-11PM Sat: 5PM-11PM Sun: 11AM-2PM 5PM-11PM|
Profile Last Updated: August 05, 2008
The Seasonal Experience is all about serving fresh, delicious dishes made with local ingredients. The restaurant is dedicated to sourcing food from local purveyors and the menu draws from the fields, farms and oceans of British Columbia. Because of the seasonal nature of many of the ingredients, the menu changes on a weekly basis. Fish dishes anchor the menu and are “catch of the day” fresh, exciting appetizers present difficult decisions and creative vegetable dishes are continuously being invented. You’ll enjoy your meal in a cozy room that seats only about 25 and feels like a friend’s country dining room. The décor is minimal but charming, and it’s all about the food!
A Guest At Your Own Party
The Seasonal Experience can bring its fresh flavours to your home or event. From cocktail parties to elaborate multi-course meals, the Seasonal Experience will accommodate any order. The chef makes it easy and enjoyable for you to plan your event: Start by visiting the restaurant to taste some sample dishes. You can then opt to created your own menu or leave it in the hands of the chef. There are also a number of set menu options under a variety of categories including buffets, brunches and barbecues.
Become A Chef
The Seasonal Experience is dedicated to promoting local food farmers and fishers and the organic way of dining. Because of this, cooking classes are offered at the restaurant to help educate people on the benefits of cooking the “100 mile” way. Class sizes are small, a wide variety of specific subjects are taught and you can choose from demonstration or hands-on classes. There is also a chef’s table in the kitchen where diners can sit and watch all the action at dinnertime. Guests are encouraged to ask as many questions as they like so they can pick up some techniques and recreate meals at home.