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A narrative of hope and humility, passion for the tradition and history of Afghanistan, refined dishes, not straying away from the integrity of mum's recipes.
**Kindly note that we leave lots of tables open for walk-in for brunch service**
We accept online bookings for 1 -6 guests. To book a party larger than 6 guests, please call the restaurant at 604-318-3456 or email email@example.com
Thank you, and we can't wait to meet you soon.
After opening for less than a year, we were honoured with Michelin Guide's prestigious BIB GOURMAND for exceptional value and quality.
Our beautiful space is designed by renown local architects Scott & Scott Architects. Our bright room is dimmed before dinner service to keep the attention on our guests and the food for the evening. Expect spicy Thai, fresh daily seafood and good vibes all night long at Song.
Our online reservation is limited to 4 guests; should you require 5+, please email us once you have booked a table for 4 and we will change on our end should we have the space to accommodate. OUR POLICY FOR GROUPS OF 5 OR MORE IS SUBJECT TO AUTO-GRATUITY (20%) and require SET MENU FOR THE ENTIRE TABLE.
We look forward to welcoming you!
Nong Tang unites the culture and heritage of the Orient with rich memories of home through his innovative and authentic Japanese BBQ. Alley, evokes feelings of warmth and ease through its elegant and comfortable surroundings. Here, guests can relax and reminisce about cherished time spent with family and friends. The handcrafted cuisine is prepared from the finest and most authentic ingredients, sourced locally. The Alley restaurant team invites you to join us to experience authentic Japanese BBQ in a place that feels just like home.
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“Given my strong connection to Mexican cuisine, we saw an opportunity to take advantage of my knowledge and passion and do something truly unique here in Olympic Village,” Higareda explains. “My mother inspired my love of cooking and it will be a true honour to return to my roots and pay homage to her and my country at Ophelia this spring.”
Ophelia will also offer a fully licenced bar serving handcrafted cocktails made with premium tequilas and mezcals, along with local and imported craft beers, and New- and Old-World wines.
Brunches return to Fable Diner with exciting new concepts for both Saturday & Sunday offering pre-ordered reserved seating. Book early before they sell out.
Fable Diner -A leading edge diner concept serving great food made with integrity and skill served in a clean family friendly atmosphere.
Food Network’s Fable Diners Drive-Ins and Dives with Guy Fieri episode can be seen online. Season 29, Episode 17
The Flying Pig Olympic Village has separate menus for dinner, lunch, brunch and happy hour. There is also a wine & beverage list featuring different types of drinks from the restaurant's full bar. The Flying Pig Olympic Village has a private rooms reserved for small gatherings and special events, which can accommodate up to 10-50 people.
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21 Restaurants That Define Vancouver Dining
Vancouver’s vibe may be relaxed and casual, but the city takes its food seriously. Sustainable seafood and local ingredients are on almost every Vancouver menu from restaurants focussing on international fare to those that serve the region’s iconic Pacific coastal cuisine. Vancouver’s greatest restaurants include newcomers such as Fable Diner’s third location in Yaletown as well as namesake restaurants from some of Canada’s most famous chefs such as Hidekazu Tojo and Vikram Vij. These must-visit restaurants are in Vancouver’s favourite neighbourhoods and within the city’s best hotels, welcoming both casual diners and those celebrating special occasions. These are the 21 Vancouver restaurants that symbolize the city’s impressive dining scene.
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