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About Mosaic Grille and Grain Tasting Bar - Hyatt Regency Vancouver
Welcome to Mosaic! We are situated on the second floor of the Hyatt Regency Vancouver Hotel. Conveniently located across the street from the Burrard Skytrain station. Mosaic features the best buffet breakfast in the city with a live omelette station and a full a la carte breakfast menu. Mosaic is a hot spot for business lunches and is a great place to enjoy dinner before and after the theatre, sporting events and other special occasions. Mosaic Bar overlooks the busy downtown core and is a great place to relax and enjoy signature cocktails, local craft breweries and a wine list featuring both BC and international varietals. Grain Tasting Bar offers an extensive cocktail list as well as tasting flights featuring local craft beers, BC wines, Canadian whisky, gin and vodka.
Please visit www.hyattregencyvancouver.com for our full menu.
Vancouver, BC V6C 2R7
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast Buffet & A La Carte:
Every day 6:30 am - 10:30 am
Monday - Friday: 11:30 am - 2:00 pm;
Every night 5:30 pm - 9:45 pm
Grain Tasting Bar
Lunch: Monday-Friday 11:00 am - 2:00 pm
Dinner: Every night 4:30 pm - 11:00 pm
CAN$31 to CAN$50
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, JCB, MasterCard, Visa
For assistance with reservation for parties of 8 or more please contact us on 604 639 4770
Our parking facilities are located directly beneath the hotel, attached to the Royal Centre Mall. For parking rates, contact Royal Centre Parkade at 604 602-9644
Our restaurant is conveniently located across the street from the Burrard Skytrain Station. Located at Burrard and Georgia Street, there are several different transit routes to get to our location.
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Cocktails, Corkage Fee, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Mosaic Grille and Grain Tasting Bar - Hyatt Regency Vancouver Ratings and Reviews
Good hotel restaurant. Food is good but not outstanding. My salmon came cooked through and not pink on the inside that's au courant these days. My wife's steak was medium as ordered. If you're a group, order the chocolate cake as it's $30 for the whole cake and $15 for a slice! We got the whole cake and took the rest home.
Simply put, this is an overpriced average restaurant. The service was decent, but nothing special, and the eggs benny was fairly tasty, but the potatoes were lukewarm. Additionally, the $5.00 cup of drip coffee tasted burnt. The overall experience wasn't hideous, but I would never return.
We were seated at a table at the window, the wine that I ordered was out of stock, but there was another alternative that was good. We received our food within a few minutes of ordering, and it was delicious. Great food and great service. We will come again.
Everything was great except for the two mosquitos flying around the table after we were served - the restaurant should take it seriously as this wasn't a pleasant experience from that end. My guests were not very confortable even though food and services at the table were outstandingly positive.
Our office group loves Mosaic for birthday lunches - the special occasion chocolate cake is a definite draw! We also love it that the restaurant is quiet enough that we can actually talk to each other, and that is spacious enough that we don't feel cramped. We also like how light it is, which feels completely appropriate for a lunch time gathering with office colleagues. When the ambience is dark, it can feel oppressive in the day-time. Another plus is the variety on the menu - hearty choices like mac & cheese, to salads, soups and some creative ideas with local seafood. We thoroughly enjoy Mosaic, and would heartily recommend it.
The service and the food were excellent. My guest and I chose the fish option on the menu. I would highly recommend the sablefish. The atmosphere provided a great place for a quiet conversation without constant interruption. If you are visiting Vancouver, this restaurant should be among the places you will eat during your trip.
Had the breakfast buffet. We were a party of 10 including 6 kids. They were able to seat us no problem. Food is really well done but could use more variety. What they did have however was delicious. The omelettes are, hands down, stars of the show here. Have it. You can thank me later. Service was impeccable.
The food and service were wonderful. The only thing that stood out was the plating. Food was served on rough glazed plates and bowls. That wouldn't be bad, except for the fact that you needed to scrape some of the sauce and garnish from the plate onto the food. Fingernails on chalk board feeling isn't conducive to a pleasant experience. They changed the plate quickly, but it would have been better not to have had to deal with it.
Valentine's menu. Food was ok. Foie gras appetizer had very little foie gras (more of a mousse) but tasted good with good rolls. Salmon wasn't the freshest. Lobster was quite good and fresh but too salty. Dessert was sub-par and uninspired. Price was too high for the quality and quantity of food. Everything was nicely plated and presented. Very good service from Annie and decent ambiance.
Good soup and pad thai, and Laurent our waiter was very pleasant and efficient. Only glitch was that we said we had a reservation and I gave my name, and got seated immediately but they didn't check the reservations so had some admin hassle with opentable the next day which was quickly resolved.
Dine Out 2017 - I was able to book a table for 12 with no problem. The servers were friendly. The restaurant always provide a big slice of chocolate cake for people that are celebrating their birthday.
I ordered a burger with a fried egg. It wasn't anything special.
The restaurant was extremely quiet even during Dine Out nights.
I'd recommend this restaurant to others.
We were very disappointed. From your email about our upcoming reservation dated December 24th, we were expecting a 'festive 5 course dinner menu' (see bottom of email). The manager agreed that the email was misleading. We were treated to brunch on the house but it was not what we were looking to.
The lunch rush was extra busy due to the holidays. Probably could have had a few more bus people on to manage. Noone came to check on us after the meal was served and it took a while to get the bill. Too bad, this is usually a reliable choice for lunch at any time.
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