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This casual dining restaurant serves savory Canadian cuisine with an emphasis on smoked and seafood dishes. It offers an eclectic menu packed with tasty appetizers, mussels, oysters, soups, fresh salads, flatbread, burgers and signature entrees. This restaurant also serves a tidy range of gluten-free and vegetarian-friendly fare.
An ideal choice for everything from a leisurely meal to a business lunch, Five Kitchen Oyster Bar boasts a full-service bar where guests can enjoy their meal with a refreshing beverage. It includes a tidy list of beer, cocktails and wine. Settle into the refined indoor dining room or dine al fresco, in the elegant outdoor dining area. Five Kitchen Oyster Bar is open for lunch and dinner every day.
La Baia Italian Restaurant has a dinner and lunch menu that offers salads, pastas, chicken, seafood and beef entrées and desserts. Some of its popular dishes are gamberoni alla provincial prawns, fettuccini Alfredo and shrimp linguine. La Baia Italian Restaurant also has a wine bar that serves some of Italy's popular red and whites.
Beautiful new restaurant on a historic Golf Course. Casual fine dining experience with an inventive and locally sourced menu.
- OTOpenTable Diner1 review5.0Dined 4 days agoThe restaurant was recommended By Donnas B&B and we couldn’t agree more. Everyone that we interacted with was very professional and friendly. Also, the food was delicious and the variety of beer was great. We highly recommend Uli’s. You will not be dissapointed!More infoUli's RestaurantPrice: Expensive• Global, International• White Rock•4.6
- JRJanisRToronto / Ontario •3 reviews4.0Dined 6 days agoOur party if 4 sat out on the patio. Service and food were great! Highly recommend the grilled salmon-- delicious!More infoCharlie Don't Surf - White RockPrice: Moderate• Canadian• White Rock•4.2
- YPYvonnePVancouver / British Columbia •3 reviews5.0Dined 7 days agoWe were pleasantly surprised with the service, food, ambiance. Food was fabulous. Portions are big. We will certainly return.More infoAllora Pasta + WinePrice: Moderate• Italian• White Rock•4.6
- CChrisSeattle / Eastern Washington •1 review4.0Dined on Jan 2, 2023Friendly and courteous waiters. Been before and it's a nice place to eat. Four guests and two were pleased with their meal. My spouse was ok with hers. Unfortunately my meal was only warm which was disappointing. However I would return.More infoFive Kitchen and Oyster BarPrice: Expensive• Seafood• White Rock•4.6
- CJCarlJvipVancouver / British Columbia •25 reviews5.0Dined on Jan 1, 2023New Years brunch with our kids and their kids. Very nice.More infoBoathouse White RockPrice: Moderate• Steakhouse• White Rock•4.4
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