|Cuisine Type |||Mexican, Spanish, Tapas|
|Ambiance |||Good For Groups, Offbeat, Casual, Trendy|
|Meals Served |||Lunch, Dinner|
|Amenities |||Full Bar, Great Wine List, Beer & Wine, Wheelchair Accessible|
|Pricing |||$21 - $30|
|Payment |||Interac, American Express, Visa, Cash|
|Cross Street |||Robson at Denman Street|
|Sunday to Thursday 5PM to 10:30PM, Friday and Saturday 5PM to 11:30PM|
Profile Last Updated: May 21, 2008
Great for groups or an intimate meal for two, the Tapastree Tapas and Wine Bar has long been a trendsetter in Vancouver’s ultra trendy west end. Chef Mike Jeffs has created a menu that encompasses flavours from across the globe available Tapas style, ensuring everyone gets a taste. Goat cheese warmed with pesto and tomato fondue, calamari dijonnais, and chicken livers pan-fried with lemon, tomatoes, brandy and black pepper are just a sample of the kind of innovative international and West Coast fare you’ll find at Tapastree. Heartier plates include the buttermilk fried chicken with spicy roasted garlic aioli, duck comfit on greens with a berry compote and flat iron steak with spicy peppercorn sauce.
Great Food, Reasonable Prices
Make no mistake about it; the food at Tapastree is great. In fact, Zagat called Tapastree so good it should be illegal in its 2006 review. However, Tapastree also proves great food does not have to cost an arm and a leg as most plates hover around the $10 range. Tapastree’s small, but carefully selected wine list has enough choices to keep wine lovers happy as well.
Casual and Fun
With décor designed to be comfortable and welcoming, the restaurant is the epitome of fun, casual dining. The Tapastree Tapas and Wine Bar is more than just a good meal, it’s a good time and should not be missed.
Parking: Parking is available behind the restaurant.