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About Market by Jean-Georges Restaurant
The concept of the “hotel as a home” extends to the restaurant as its casual family kitchen. Inspired by the casual, simple elegance of modern dining, Jean-Georges has created menus that emphasize fresh, locally produced ingredients, served in a sleek and sophisticated setting.
A destination restaurant with four distinct experiences: an intimate second dining room featuring a fireplace, a heated outdoor seasonal Terrace with city views, an enticing Bar and a sophisticated Dining Room. The full menu is available in all areas of the restaurant.
The Outdoor ( Seasonal ) Terrace and Bar are on a first come first served basis.
Please be advised that parties of seven or more are subject to an 18% automatic gratuity.
Vancouver, BC V6E 0A8
Contemporary Canadian, Seafood, Global, International
Hours of Operation:
Open 7 days a week.
Breakfast from 6:30am - 11:00am daily
Lunch from 11:30am - 2:30pm Monday to Friday
Brunch from 11:30am - 3pm Saturday and Sunday
Dinner from 5:30pm - 10:00pm
Bar Menu at our Bar and Lounge from Sunday - Thursday 11:30am - 11:00 pm, Friday & Saturday 11:30am- 12:00am.
CAN$31 to CAN$50
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, JCB, MasterCard, Visa
Secured underground Valet parking as well as Impark Self Park is located at 1137 Alberni Street (on the 1100 block of Alberni Street between the Coastal Church and Urban Fare). Follow the Shangri-La sign down the ramp.
The street level entrance to Market by Jean-Georges is accessible from 1115 Alberni Street. A glass elevator is also available to the left of the restaurant entrance, directly beside the Urban Fare grocery store.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Counter Seating, Fireplace, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Market by Jean-Georges Restaurant Ratings and Reviews
A very solid experience. The service team was tremendous and with my wife's numerous food allergies, the chef came out to ensure she had enough options that were tasty. A fine dining experience but the entire family felt comfortable including my kids 9yrs and 11yrs old. The only thing was that we ordered one steak "rare" and it was more "medium" and the medium rare we ordered was also more medium.
Had requested/asked for a view of some kind as it was a special occasion when I made the reservation 2 weeks in advance. Sat againsts a large wall with a huge column behind one end of the table. Saw some nice seating outdoors but didn't feel much of an effort was made to even entertain the reservation request. Food and service were amazing, but for those prices I was slightly disappointed in the overall experience.
Market never fails to disappoint me with their service. I have been there for more than 7 years or so. Every time when I went to Market, it has never been completely full except for maybe dine out period; therefore, I do not understand why they placed us at a tiny two people table where we have no room to out our hand bags. In addition to that, their small table probably would not be able to fit two plates or appetizers. With that being said the restaurant was not even close to half full on a Friday night around 7pm nor even later when we left just before 9. We were able to move to the 4 people's table. However, I do not appreciate the fact that they have requested to borrow two of chairs for the special party. It was in the middle of our dinner that they need to move one of our chairs at the end; however, the "special party" didn't even show up even when we left and the tables behind us were unoccupied. I do understand why they need to cause such a disturbance to us. I was expecting this restaurant to be more professional and courterous. The reason why I would return to Market are that their food is not bad and parking is easily accessible (underground from the shangri la hotel).
Outstanding restaurant in every way, shape and form. Hostess extremely friendly and accommodating, wait service outstanding and food is classic wonderful. Fish and pasta items, salads and mac were mouthwatering. Wonderful, amazing experience and well worth dining here when in Vancouver.
Great find on visit to Vancouver. Traveling with child but still wanted a great meal. We absolutely found it. Food was perfectly prepared and that included the kids menu which is usually an afterthought. My son called the spaghetti the best he ever tasted and after a quick bite myself I would agree with him. They were accommodating to put us in a cozy booth and provide crayons. We enjoyed on the suggestion of our waiter an amazing bottle of BC wine , food was local and perfectly prepared - highly recommend the sablefish- and manager regularly checked in to ensure we were pleased with our meals. Chef even stopped by the table and my son was thrilled to meet a real chef. If in town for a visit I would put Market at the top of your list. Genuinely welcoming and truly cared about our dining experience. We had a great night.
As we approached the restaurant on the 3rd floor at 7PM, it appeared as though it was closed because there was no one to be seen. However, once inside and passed the bar, we were escorted to our table where the other diners were.
The servers seemed young but eager, even though it took a while for them to get our drink order. The food was delicious and well presented.
Overall a very good experience.
A foody vacation in Vancouver took us to five of the city's top restaurants: Market, Bishop's, Five Sails, Blue Water Cafe and Hawksworth. All were exceptional dining experiences, but here is how they broke down: The longstanding icon of the culinary scene, Bishop's, topped the charts with the most personable and attentive service and with incredible flavor profiles. From appetizers through dessert every course was memorable. Five Sails and Market were close behind. Few restaurants in any city can top Five Sails amazing harbor view, but the food was also beautifully presented and well prepared. We can recommend the tuna and beef tartares, the chilled seafood appetizers, the sea bass and the Catch. Market provided the most knowledgeable services with enticing descriptions of the food backed up with a deep understanding of the wines and the ingredients. The food was also strong; we especially enjoyed the pea soup, the octopus, and the sable fish. Blue Water boasted the best seafood and certainly lived up to its reputation with delectable ceviche, crustaceans, sable fish, halibut and more. Hawksworth was the clear winner on the cocktail scene with its many inventive offerings, but the food was disappointing on this occasion with both the halibut and duck overcooked. One could not go wrong with any of these restaurants and they certainly confirm that Vancouver is a city with magnificent dining experiences.
I have been to Market several times on a food tour and always enjoyed the food, the setting is beautiful and it's very tranquil despite being in the heart of the city.
This time we went for a late brunch at 1pm, it was busier than I expected for a Sunday but not overcrowded or loud. Our server Michelle was fantastic from start to finish. We had the French toast and short rib hash with poached eggs, mimosas and coffee.
I am keen to try their dinner menu and will continue to enjoy happy hour in the bar!
Service was exceptional from the host to coat check to our waitress. The entrée from the brunch menu was delicious, but we found that the starter menu was more interesting. I highly recommend the parsnip soup, -cream based, has lime and coconut note to it. The avocado on toast is also excellent in flavour though I found the toast overdone. The housemaid pop selections are fantastic but the ginger ale was our favourite. The place was comfortable in sound design and the lighting was beautiful as it was mostly natural. We do plan to go back.
I am a regular customer to a Market's neighbour restaurant, which is family owned operated and I decided to try this time Market, big mistake, there is not point of comparison, I will definitely keep going to my regular Italian gem, exceptional value whereas Market lacks .
My boyfriend loved the menu, but I am vegan and chose the restaurant particularly for that reason and it honestly really let me down. I ordered the mushroom risotto and brussel sprouts. They were very average. I was also expecting vegan dessert but they only had fruit and sorbet. The yew is a much better option for upscale vegan dining.
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