Treat your taste buds: Explore Summerland restaurants.
- Restaurant List
Zia's Stonehouse Restaurant gets its name from the delightful building in which it is housed. The 1916 stone building in Summerland, British Columbia has an interesting history. The basement was dug completely by hand, with only the aid of a horse to haul away the debris. The walls are 18" thick providing for a comfortable temperature all year long. It was converted to Zia's Stonehouse Restaurant in 1998 with a patio, weather permitting.
Lunch and dinner are offered, as well as live music most evenings. The cuisine is varied with a bit of Greek, Thai and French. A popular option at Zia's Stonehouse Restaurant is the seafood feast for two. Another is the rack of lamb Dijonaisse.More
The Vanilla Pod Tapas & Wine Bar offers local, fresh and seasonal ingredients infused with global flavors that results in a menu of contemporary cuisine. The Vanilla Pod Tapas & Wine Bar features bottles from the Poplar Grove Winery and Monster Vineyards that pair well with the available tasting menu.
The dinner menu available at The Vanilla Pod Tapas & Wine Bar includes starters of potato cakes, chickpea salad, prawns and chorizo and organic greens. Main courses include braised beef cheek, halibut, paella, steelhead with warm potato and spinach salad and duck confit with bacon, sausage and root vegetables. Lunch plates include curried chicken wrap and pulled pork sandwich.More
Owned and operated by husband-wife duo Nick and Renee, Little Creek Grill is a quaint eatery that serves Greek and Mediterranean cuisines as well as pizza and gluten-free options. The restaurant has a reputation for altering its menu according to occasions like New Year's or Valentine's Day and also regularly on Prime Ribs Friday. All of the food items on the menu are homemade. Despite an unassuming façade, guests at Little Creek tend to give it rave reviews on the basis of the food quality.
Favorites on the Little Creek Grill's menu include the souvlaki, especially the chicken souvlaki, spanikapita and the Mediterranean pasta.More