Bruce Swift’s Land-Farmed Coho Salmon Now At False Creek’s Nu
News from Scout Supporter nu restaurant + lounge
nu restaurant + lounge will now be featuring products from Swift Aquaculture including sustainable coho salmon. Bruce Swift’s Agassiz farm, Swift Aquaculture, is one of B.C.’s undiscovered treasures. Swift and his wife Mary Lou Picture live on a beautiful, five-acre farm in Kent County and you have a local, environmentally friendly farming system that links and integrates both land and water.
nu’s Chef de Cuisine, Peter Burt, is excited to have access to these fantastic products that up until now were exclusive to Raincity Grill. Chef Burt has taken quick action and has created a feature menu, “Kent County Cuisine” using products from Agassiz farms including cheeses, nuts, fruits, vegetables and of course, Bruce Swifts coho.
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