The perfect place to impress out-of-town visitors with one of the best views and best menus on the North Shore!
The food was fresh and it was good. The only thing I was a little put off by was that there were no herbal teas to order so I just asked for plain hot water to sip on as it was cold outside and I was charged $1.50 for plain hot water.
Great location with fabulous view. The food tasted good, although it was not hot when it arrived at the table and it had to be sent back. Service was slow on the patio.
The food when it arrived was good but the service was very very poor! We waited over half an hour for a first drink , then we waited another hour and 15 minutes after ordering for our main course, not a problem for those who ordered a starter but a very long wait for those who didn't .
The dessert menu looked good but we decided we couldn't stand the thought of having to wait for it.
Great, as many times before. Creative food, awesome view and attentive service. Couldn’t want more
I felt like this place is full of diners that didn’t know any better. The food was very meh. The crab cakes were yucky. The decor is out dated. Won’t return.
Good location and southern view are really nice feature at Pier 7, great to take guests from out of town there. Unfortunately I have noticed a decline in creativity of menu items and food quality over last two years. This last visit service was fair as well, staff didn't seem to genuinely care about clients, they were merely doing their job.
Staff did a good job of accommodating our seating request. Food was yummy, view is unbeatable!
We had brunch, crab eggs benny. Prefer the smoked salmon over the crab. Found the crab a bit course. The eggs were cooked to perfection and the potatoes were yummy! Can’t bear the view Vancouver! The only issue is with trying to find parking. There is quite a bit of construction which takes up quite a bit of the parking that is reasonably prices. Forget about parking in the Pinnacle Hotel as they are charging downtown Vancouver prices. Other than street parking the best place is over at Lonsdale Quay.
It had a great view over the water. Great place for a date or a get together with friends.
Beautiful view. Great selection of dishes and drinks. Local oysters and steamed mussels were awesome. House special squash ravioli was outstanding. But two men in our group ordered the fish and chips and felt it was average and the serving size was quite small.
Disappointing. Asked to be seated adjacent to the water in the reservation and despite being a slow night we were not seated near the water.
The hostess was ride but the waitress was nice but not great. Water was slow to be refilled and want asked if I wanted a further cocktail having finished one during my appt.
Food was solid not spectacular. Ambiance was the highlight. The view, despite our seating, is gorgeous.
The reason for the visit was our 5 year anniversary and we wanted/expected high end. This is place is more drinks with out of town cousin.
Beautiful view and great food! We will be coming back and recommending to our friends and family :)
Delicious food, good service and wonderful environment. Will go again.
Beautiful restaurant amazing view. I found the drinks to be amazing and creative. My disappointment lays mainly in the food. Several of the items that I requested was sold out. Portion sizes are very small. The appetizer was more filling than the main entree. Dinner menu limited.
I would however suggest happy hour at this restaurant
Delicious ‘Caesar’ with horseradish! Tasty ‘bennies’ for brunch. Best coffee too...
Always a pleasure, my fav! and Friendly, beautiful staff!
We enjoyed our meal, the seating and the service very much. Thanks.
Always great experience
Lovely window table as requested. Thank you! Food was great - better than it was a year ago. Wait staff good - a touch slow due to two big tables that arrived after us. All in all thumbs up! 👍👍👍
Was there for a birthday for my wife , which the restaurant was told before hand no mention of it which was ok..
We had the Dine Vancouver Menu my wife's food was returned twice as it was cold the first time i believe me not the veggies I think were sitting in a bowl of ice cubes that's how cold they were .
So second attempt was not much better salmon was over cooked not sure how you over cook salmon but to think it was cooked ahead ,and reheated . Was very dry . When asked by manager I said it was not up to standard but my wife at this time was hungry and was not going to wait .
So a bit disappointing . Had not been there in awhile but I really think there should be a policy where phones should be turned off the table across were taking selfies and talking very loudly , young girls maybe take selfies before coming to dinner as people want to dine in a quiet place .
We like this restaurant, but this time even though I had reserved the table a month in advance our experience was not perfect, we were given a choice of a table that was to warm or one to cold since the place was almost full, my wife decided for the cold table and had to dine with blankets(!).
Service was courteous but somewhat slow because of the full house.
The food was tasty but we went for the “dine out” menu since it was supposed to be a good deal, the thin is that the potions were smaller than usual, we had visited this same restaurant a month before and ordered the same dessert without the “dine out” deal and the portions of cake were three time larger, normal size agains an inch length portion of cake.
I do recommend this restaurant but not the annual “dine out “ menu, since the smaller portions reflect the “reduced” pricing of the special deal which never happened to us during “dine out” dinners.
Good food except the grilled salmon, excellent portions, excellent dessert, very good ambiance and very hospitable service.
Poor selection of beer on tap and the grilled salmon was very dry.
- nice view
- good food
- good cost performance
- good location to shop after or before going to the restaurant
We went to the restaurant for dine around and the view across the harbor.We got there and they tried to sit us by some doors that were used for exit, and were closed.I asked if they were allowed to block these doors and the staff didn't know.Well I had tried to make a request for a window seat 3 weeks before coming to Vancouver and was told they didn't make reservation for window seats.When I asked about them at the restaurant,I was told they were reserved for table of 4,we were a table of 2.I asked for a manager about this and he said they like to have 4people at those tables .After some discussion with him,about that is not the way we should be treated because we are a table of 2.He seated us at a table for 4 with a great view.Only problem he said it was reserved at 6:45 and I told him we would be done by then because we were staying in Vancouver not the North Shore and were taking the sea bus back.What i don't understand is if they don't take reservation for window seats how can someone else have our seats at 6: 45? Besides that the food was really good and the views across the harbor is worth a trip to this place.
it is a great place we found just a ferry ride from downtown.
$12 lunch menu was good, burger with 1/2 salad and fries excellent. Rest of menu overpriced for lunch.
Table poorly set , no side plates, I had to request one.
Food took for ever to arrive and restaurant was quiet, so why ?
Had to attract the waitress’s attention several times, pleasant but not attentive enough.
With the prime spot you enjoy you need to improve service.
Anyone you speak to who has eaten with you feels the same..........
Staff was friendly and efficient. Restaurant was clean and tidy. Nice view.
We had to ask for the DineOut menu; it was not included with the regular menu, Happy Hour menu or wine list. We went to Pier 7 because it was on the DineOut restaurant list and recommended by friends.
Calamari appetizer and potato balls in the salmon entree were severely lacking flavour - no salt at all. Salmon was undercooked - sashimi in the middle.
There was no bread basket or offer of one.
There was also no offer of tea or coffee with dessert.
entrees took 30 mins to come after appetizers... our waiter was great. potatoes were not throughly cooked either
Great little spot at the shipyards. Happy hour is well worth the trip. One oddity, some side dishes are a bit too pricey. One extra scallop was $6. Service was excellent. Server paid us plenty of attention without bugging us too much. 3 hour visit was very pleasant.
Very nice ambience in the restaurant. Our server was extremely pleasant. Food was exceptional- I'd definitely recommend the seafood bouillabaisse!
'Dine out' had good food and wine pairing! Great venue, seems free for the waterfront view to Vancouver's unhindered beautiful cityscape view!
The location is great. We got fairly attentive service with a smile. The Red Truck Lager was good, but it would have been good anywhere. The poke was an arrangement of largely dry raw ingredients under an encrustation of dry fried rice noodles. It was tasteless. I would not return for the food.
Best restaurant on the North Shore with friendly service and a creative menu.
Great dine out menu along with wine parings. Good food at a great price.
the service is not as good as I thought it would be. The server was nice, but not good enough in service. Also, I waited the entree about 30mins after the appetizer, which was a LONG wait. The food is ok, but i think its just the view that worth the most for going to pier 7
Nice location, friendly but unprofessional service (did not know what a "dry" wine is).
Food OK but not to our taste. Coconut milk in fish stew did not harmonize like wine and tomato would. Squid starters greasy. Sweet reisling (not mentioned as sweet) did not pair well. Not a place for foodies.
I have eaten at this restaurant before and enjoyed it. This time was for Dine out Vancouver and the meal was very poor, we chose the salmon and it was dry and the vegetables were overcooked
Great meal and superb service by Dianah!
Excellent food and service. Will definitely done here again.