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1. Botanist - Vancouver

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· 865 reviews

1038 Canada Pl, Vancouver, BC V6C 0B9, Canada

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2. Forage - Vancouver

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· 1391 reviews

1300 Robson St, Vancouver, BC V6E 1C5, Canada

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Forage: what do users think?
Lily Na: Come for brunch today! Food and service were great!
Joanna R: I had an excellent, hearty breakfast here, as I would not get lunch due to travelling at lunchtime.I had the bison hash with sauerkraut, kale, eggs and toast, it was delicious. I felt it was let down by Forage not having freshly ground pepper; the only pepper option was ground in a little shaker; this is a curious decision given the attention to curing meats in-house, and making fresh sourdough etc.If you are in Vancouver and want a hearty, well-prepared breakfast Forage is worth a visit. When I am next in Vancouver I will quite likely eat breakfast here again.
N G: Dog well inside enclosed patio with regular leash, clearly not a service or guide dog - wandering around and sniffing. What other rules is your hotel/restaurant ignoring?Food: 1/5|Service: 1/5|Atmosphere: 1/5 …More
Maira Malik: Went for brunch this morning, the waitress spilled a bowl of berries on me. I was very shocked she didn’t help to clean it, they did not compensate me at all, or do anything to make up for the mishap. We were also constantly waiting on things even though they were fairly slow at the time we were there.
Gliam Carius: Food: 5/5|Service: 5/5|Atmosphere: 5/5More
R. Schubert: Start to finish, front to back, great experience on every level and vegetarian friendly!If you are like me, farm-to-table is your go-to criteria for eating in a region you have not been to. For this reason, I picked out Forage for a family dinner during my first visit to Vancouver. Everything we had was just varying degrees of amazing.We started with the Cast Iron Pan Bread which is served in the cast iron. It is warm, sweet and savory, made with local cheddar and spicy honey. It is somewhere in between a mini Detroit style pizza and a sweet fried bread like an apple fritter. From the starters, I assume you should try everything, but do not miss the cast iron bread.Next up we ordered a trio of mains: Mushroom Steak, Pork Crépinette (our one meat dish), and the gnocchi. All three may be the best version of each that I have eaten.The mushroom steak was perfectly tender. Lion’s mane over a celeriac puree with mushroom jus. Topped with crispy onion rings for some crunch. I have a love-hate relationship with mushrooms and this dish is way over on the love side.Two out of my top three all time meat-eating experiences have involved a farm-to-table pork sausage, and Forage’s Crépinette is one of them. The pork crépinette is divine. The loin part is tender and juicy, and the ground sausage is on another level all together. It was topped with an excellent peppercorn sauce as well as a parsley coulis and an apple purée. Three sauces is bold, especially when sausage brings so much flavor to the table but this whole dish was perfectly balanced. Everyone who tried it was blown away.Lastly we had the gnocchi. They were pillowy and soft, topped with brown butter crumb for some crunch and tossed in a delicious nettle cream. The Alpindon cheese also brought some nutty flavor to the dish.To round it all out we had the whiskey spiked vegetables as a side. This was a fine plate of roasted carrots and parsnips. Not that we needed more food, but they rounded out the meal.Finally, against some protest from very full and content diners, I ordered the spice cake to share for the table. This was possibly one of the best desserts I have ever had. The cake was perfectly moist, topped with pickled apples, buttermilk gel, candied orange zest (which blew all of our minds), and a pecan crumble for crunch. Surrounding the cake was an orange custard that we almost came to blows over. I cannot sing this dessert’s praises enough.Our service was fantastic. We were here on a Saturday night and never once felt like we were rushed or off pace with the meal. Our server was knowledgeable, friendly, and helpful and really made the whole experience great for each of us.Eat at Forage. I know I will return when I am back in Vancouver.Vegetarian options: There are lots of delicious vegetarian options on this menu. We had a great meal and ordered just one dish with meat for the table (out of six).
Romain Pire: It was very good !!
Haritos Kavallos: Spent a few days at the Listel Hotel and Forage was recommended to me by several folks. The restaurant has a nice modern feel, the staff were welcoming and helpful in their recommendations. If you are into locally sourced and sustainable foods, Forage might be up your alley! I should also mention…. Their sourdough pan bread is an absolute treat and definitely a must if you visit (it’s great as an appetizer or dessert!).
Helen Gaughran: Amazing food and ambiance and our brilliant server Hershey gave us fantastic recommendations on what to do in Whistler!
Linda Lloyd: Amazing! Wonderful food; excellent service from the server, bar service and the general manager. Probably the best meal I’ve ever had from New York to Sydney. Excellent. Not even words can describe. So glad friend’s recommended!
Shahram Rahili: The food was very delicious, the portion was large. Dale is one of the most helpful and friendly servers I ever had. Thanks,Food: 5/5|Service: 5/5|Atmosphere: 5/5Recommended dishes House Corned Bison Brisket Hash Fried Eggs Chopped …More
Jeffrey Robinson: We used to come for celebratory dinners pre-pandemic, and came back for one more tonight and left after appetizers, and hungry.The food didn’t disappoint, except the gluten free option for the carpaccio. Freezer burnt udis bread, even rice crackers from no-frills would have been a better option, but honestly at your price point we expect better. My partner decided to endure tomorrow’s pain of gluten in the really tasty sourdough crisps, instead of tonight’s pain of eating the horrible toast.We decided to sit at the bar, because we appreciated the product knowledge and friendly service Forage bartenders have provided us in previous visits. Tonight was a bust - the bartender was abrasive with us, we felt as though we were putting him out by sitting there. We’ve never had a bartender need to warm up to us, this was a first. He did have a great product knowledge and was cheerful, but he saved that for his co-workers. To top things off, he put his hands down his pants at least 20 times to adjust his shirt - is that even food safe?We had a couple of drinks each and three small plates for $150. Honestly, had the service been better our bill would likely have been more than double and his tip significantly larger. Forage and the bartender lost out tonight.Peter the general manager came over to introduce himself early in the (almost) dinner. It was a nice touch, had his standard of service been matched by staff, the night might not have ended up in a stop at McDonalds on our walk home. FYI, the service at McDonalds was much more friendly.Dietary restrictions: Gluten free substitutes were not up to the same standard as the rest of the food.
Stephen Yeung: Update: Peter and his team did a great job reaching out and making sure our second visit was high quality. The food and service was much better and more prompt this time. I'll be back again.Had higher hopes for Forage. 30 mins after we ordered the server told us there was a "glitch" and the order didn't get submitted. We waited a long time for food and they didn't comp anything for the long wait. Food was decent for the price, but not great.
Alois Callemyn: I hate giving a bad review, but this restaurant is the worst place I’ve been to for breakfast. The service is very bad. Our waitress didn’t come very quickly and then couldn’t speak English. She then took forever to bring us coffee. Most restaurants I’ve been to for breakfast greet you with coffee. We then had to flag down someone to ask for a coffee refill. Food came out after a short wait, but no salt and pepper offered.The staff seemed overwhelmed and the tables were way to close, the loud conversation from the couple sitting less than 2’ away was very disturbing.Again, I hate giving a bad review (98% of my reviews are 4+) but feel that future visitors need to be warned.
Robert Werner: Food: 5/5|Service: 4/5|Atmosphere: 4/5More
Ches Lysov: An amazing food. Beautiful dishes, very knowledgeable, helpful great service.I'm in love with the mushroom + mashed potatoes dish.Also the ability to try the great variety of wines from BC - is great.Definitely will come back when next time in Vancouver.Food: 5/5|Service: 5/5|Atmosphere: 5/5 …More
Jaein Y: Worth the price! Gnocchi was the best choice for my 2 years old son.
Steven Xu: Food 5/5Service 5/5Excellent pork belly benedict, and French toast, the boba on top was bland in the middle, would prefer syrup ots instead.
Chris McCloud: Seasonal local menu. Food was lovely and service was great. Friendly atmosphere. If you want to try something different try the bison board. The marrow was probably the best I have ever had. Vegetables were well cooked but still crisp and the bison cheek and steak as tender as could be. Pork was delicious. Will definitely return again Thank you.
Nick Villanti: Had a great Easter brunch with the family. Was able to get a reservation for 6 without issue (we did book a week in advance). Due to the holiday they did request we be done in 75 minutes for the next party.Great drinks and food. I had the whiskey latte and the pork belly Benedict. Highly recommend. Family also had the pancakes, which they loved as well.
Rain Korab: Excellent brunch! It slaps every time and the service makes me giggle.

3. Glowbal - Vancouver

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· 1878 reviews

590 W Georgia St, Vancouver, BC V6E 1A3, Canada

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4. Bishop's - Vancouver

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· 270 reviews

2183 W 4th Ave, Vancouver, BC V6K 1N7, Canada

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5. Salmon n' Bannock - Vancouver

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· 525 reviews

1128 W Broadway #7, Vancouver, BC V6H 1G5, Canada

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