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About Bacchus Restaurant & Lounge - Wedgewood Hotel
Nestled in Vancouver's only Relais and Chateaux property, the Bacchus Restaurant and Lounge compliments the luxurious Wedgewood Hotel & Spa's reputation for excellence.
As you walk into the restaurant, its attention to detail is immediately apparent. You are instantly surrounded by luxury, with richly upholstered furniture, dark wood, and light fixtures personally imported from Venice by founder Eleni Skalbania. These impressive features extend the hotel's brand of elegance. A large canvas depicting Bacchus himself, Greek god of wine and revelry, presides over the room.
Its talented culinary team offers modern French cuisine featuring fresh, West Coast ingredients. A great place to enjoy a truly gourmet, fine dining experience accompanied by live entertainment nightly.
Vancouver, BC V6Z 1V1
French, European, Afternoon Tea
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast: Monday - Friday: 6:30am - 11:30am; Saturday - Sunday: 7:00am - 11:00am
Brunch: Saturday - Sunday: 11:00am - 2:00pm
Lunch: Monday - Friday: 11:30am - 2:30pm
Nutcracker Afternoon Tea: Daily: 2:00 - 3:00pm
Dinner: Daily: 5:30pm - 10:00pm
Lounge Menu: Sunday - Wednesday: 2:30pm - 12:00am (Kitchen open until 11pm)
Thursday - Saturday: 2:30pm - 1:00am (Kitchen open until 12am)
CAN$31 to CAN$50
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, JCB, MasterCard, Visa
Live Piano Entertainment daily.
The Wedgewood Hotel’s catering menus are offered for meetings, event and weddings held at this luxury Vancouver boutique hotel.
In addition, the beautiful property offers 3 private dining rooms with capacities ranging from 8 -55 guests.
$12.00 for two hours valet parking
Burrard and Vancouver City Center Skytrain Stations.
Banquet, Bar/Lounge, Entertainment, High Tea, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Bacchus Restaurant & Lounge - Wedgewood Hotel Ratings and Reviews
Lived in Vancouver most of my long life and I don't know how I've never dined at Bacchus until now. Found it through OpenTable with great reviews. Everything was excellent: our service was excellent, James our server was professional and even helped design one of their menu items (halibut) we ordered. Will definitely be back!
It was our Wedding anniversary and it was our intention to have lunch. We did not expect a very limited a la cartel menu. My wife chose halibut fish and chips- and the batter was”soggy” and lukewarm (totally inedible! The fries were poor and hardly warm. The Cobb Salad that I settle for was blah. We will never eat there again.
What a fantastic dinner. It was my first time eating 'bougie', mind you, so my perspective may differ from that of someone who regularly drops >$50 on a single meal. That said, from the moment I walked in, I was treated like royalty. Our server, Joel, was incredibly hospitable and charismatic. We did the Dine Out Menu, and took the accompanying Wine Pairing set.
Things I wish for? More wine (only a total of 9oz for the $22 add on), wasn't expecting to pay $7 for my latte, and more explanation of the wine and how it's going to pair with the food.
My wife and I were there for dine out Vancouver. The food was great. I love the way my duck confit was done. Crispy skin, soft tender meat and not dry out. My wife loved both desserts. The chocolate bar was not too sweet, just perfect. The only thing that was disappointing was our umbrella was stolen at the coat check area. So we had to leave the hotel getting wet. So if you plan to go there, keep your stuffs with you, I guess.
Had a great dine out experience here. The only thing is that the waitress who did my reservation noted that they are going to give us a happy birthday tag on the dessert, but we did not get the birthday tag when we went. The experience here was great though. Food was good too.
As it happened, we were here during the Dine-Out Vancouver period. The food was wonderful, the ambience was (as always), charming. Bacchus is unlike most restaurants in downtown - it's not too loud, is lush and a wonderful place for special moments. It is a wonderful place to bring out-of-town guests.
The Dine Out menu was as excellent as their menu is on a normal basis, and the restaurant should be commended for that.
The only small issue was that although we were there on a Monday night (with many empty tables), when we were sat we were asked if we planned to order from the Dine Out menu and told that we were subject to a 90 minute seating because we were going to order from the Dine Out menu. Ultimately, they didn't hold us to that, and the service was otherwise attentive.
Beautiful restaurant, beautiful ambience, exceptional food and service that could be wonderful.
Dinner was pleasant. Food was well-crafted and the flavours were complementary. Very minimal cocktail list with only classics. Decor and ambience was great. Atmosphere was very much a feeling of controlled formal dinning--professional and hierarchical--though I would have enjoyed a more relaxed, comfortable setting. Overall, well-executed, tasty dinner. Passion fruit creme brulee was incredible!
It was so delicious! We ended up ordering off of the regular menu instead of dine-out (as we both really felt like lamb), and I am SO happy we opted for that option. It was DELICIOUS! One of the best lambs I've had in a long time. The service was impeccable, and we loved the pianist.
We can't wait to come back again.
Great waitress. Good food.
I think it could be the Dine Out Vancouver event that is slowing the food down in coming out of the kitchen but the when the food finally arrived, it was very good. They really focus on the quality.
Location is convenient enough, but don't expect to find 'cheap' parking around that area.
My first visit to this restaurant during this yeat Dine Out Vancouver. It was not as busy as I expected, comparing to my other Dine Out experience. Overall was a great experience. Great food quality, great service, as expected from a 4* rating restaurant. Wine pairing was a great option.
if someone doesn't drink in your party. Can be a bit noisy as it is attached to the hotel lounge area. Also, it is hard to find parking as it is in the the heart of down town area. I was told there is valet parking or simply don't drive. A good option to take advantage. Will go again for sure when occasion come.
Two couples took advantage of the three course Dine Out offering at Bacchus, including wine pairings. Although the restaurant was busy, service was prompt, knowledgeable and friendly. The food was excellent- portions were on the small side but well- prepared and presented.
The restaurant is old-school but that is just fine. An excellent dining experience.
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