Phenomenal food and even better service!
A very nice meal. Attentive but not pushy service.
The chair i had was not that comfortable.
We had delicious cocktails to start our meal and good advice about wine and food choices. Food was from good to excellent, depending on the dish, although some what small portions for the price. Surprisingly for a meat-based restaurant, I thought the sesame green beans were superb, and the brussel sprouts ceasar a knockout. The bison steak with fois gras was delicious. We also had pork belly with scallops, my least favourite dish - the pork belly was more like pork hock, smoky and chewy rather than melty. Service was competent and friendly but a bit rushed. I would have liked to linger, but food came very quickly , dishes were whisked away instantly, and suddenly we were out of there. All in all we had a good time and good food and drink. I would go back.
The service was amazing. She was very friendly. The good however wasn't too good. My salad was quite salty I feel that the chef definitely oversalted. My friends dishes were the same. It was nice when my friend asked them to add more hash so it wouldn't be so so salty and they went above and beyond to make a new dish which tasted great after.
Best birthday brunch ever!
The food was incredible q
Very nice staff, with warmth and knowledge.
I think I was the last reservation of the night at 1030pm. The dining room was still extremely noisy and the noise from the bar downstairs was over the top. Ok, so I'm the oldest person in the entire restaurant and I sound like my parents! Other than the noise volume, a wonderful place.
Great happy hour...the Brussels Caesar is fantastic!
Fresh ingredients put into interesting combinations. The flavours could be more balanced. My favourite dishes were the elk loin and burrata The service was outstanding.
A little disappointing. Everything just seemed a bit off.
Will definitely return! A wonderful dining experience: food, service and ambience were all excellent.
Food was great. Great wine, great server, named PM
Sub par food over cooked sweetbreads, very fishy fish
Service was good tho,
Went for dine out and the food was below average. You could tell they had the sides sitting out as the yam was cold and hard. Was not impressed. The tuna tartar was great though.
The food was excellent, and we never felt rushed or pressured, despite it being dine out. I would definitely go again.
Super yummy breakfast. Tons of choices and all delicious.
Loved the food & ambiance. The service by Julie & Robin, par excellence. It was totally Robin's sell how he convinced us during Dine Out to check out the weekend brunch. It was so worth it! Thank you guys
We went for dine out, so I think to get the full experience you would need to go at another time.
Dineout Vancouver menu on the website stated that everything was gluten free (GF), however the menu at the restaurant did not display that. All the appys and entrees were labelled as G, which meant it contains gluten. My dining partner was unable to order anything except for smoked olives and the pannacotta dessert. Menu was misleading and I wouldn't have reserved a table at wildebeest, if it wasn't for the "gluten free" menu as stated online. Extremely disappointed. Also, we were seated in the basement of the restaurant, which was definitely not as nice as the main level dining area. Better options out there, will not return. I emailed wildebeest and sent an Instagram direct message, stating that their menu was misleading and was false advertising. I am yet to hear from them.
Delicious selection of cocktails, wonderfully prepared food, and desserts that are to die for!
Food was good, portions were ridiculously small for the price.
Tried it out during Dine Out Vancouver. The food was delicious and so were the cocktails. However, bit pricey for a regular evening out. Save it for a special occasion.
We came for Dine Out and we were pleasantly surprised with the portion sizes. I highly recommend the confit duck leg - it was amazing and melts in your mouth. The only downside to the experience was I felt they took drinks away a little too quickly. I was barely done my drink when it got taken away and I saw this happen to another patron was well. Not a big deal - the area is dimly lit and it was hard to see but it would have been nice to finish.
Came for the Dine Out Vancouver $40 3 course menu, we were all sort of disappointed with the experience, none of the courses stood out, and some were very bland, not that we like food over seasoned as we can appreciate the natural flavors of some dishes but there was no flavor at all and the protein portions were pretty lacking. The cache creek flat iron steak came with 3 small pieces. I may need to come back for a normal dining experience to see if that is any different, but other restaurants I have tried during the Dine Out festival have been great so it’s unfortunate when you feel like you’ve wasted your money.
Johnathan gave us excellent service and recommendations; we enjoyed every part of our visit, from the host hanging up our jackets upon arrival to our server Johnathan stepping in as cameraman for our sherry bone luge shots (we highly recommend the bone marrow!), and our food was incredible.
We will definitely be back with more friends!
We have never been before, came for dine out vancouver. What a spectacular meal! We will absolutely be back!!
Great space and service. The Dine Out Vancouver menu was a little spartan. The pork polenta appetizer was delicious but the duck confit was terrible. It lacked flavour and was almost burned to ash. What they called a chocolate cake was a small sliver of a regular cake slice no bigger than my middle finger. It was decorated with almond shavings and some sweet "stuff". Luckily the sake saved the day.
Our waitress was great, very enthusiastic and ready to give recommendations - She was very knowledgeable about the wine pairings.
The dine-out menu wasn't great - the portion of the steak was quite small according to the two guys in our party that ordered it. They thought they were getting a full steak not just a few small pieces of one.
The food was delicious and the service was quite attentive. I had a salty element on the plate that I let the kitchen know about. I was in no way complaining, I just wanted them to know. Management came to talk to me about it and apologized which was not necessary, but very appreciated. Overall a completely wonderful experience.
I was humbly surprised by Wildebeest this year. It was one of the dine outs I wasn't too excited about but boy did they deliver. Delicious entrees and dessert left us wanting more!
The dine-out menu was interesting and the price for the quality of the food was exceptional. My only complaint was the music selection: too loud and jarring for dinner time.