GOODS: “Shelter” Chef Joins Island Talents For “Taste Of Tofino” Evening In Vancouver

Shelter is located at 601 Campbell Street in beautiful Tofino, BC | 250-725-3353 | www.shelterrestaurant.com

The GOODS from Shelter

Tofino, BC | On February 20th, Edible at the Market will begin their 2013 Guest Chef Dinner Series with a “Taste of Tofino” and Shelter Restaurant is honoured to have their chef playing a role. Matthew Kane will be part of a team representing the Tofino Ucluelet Culinary Guild, a Vancouver Island organization that works to facilitate regional ingredients from independent food producers to our area’s restaurants, grocery stores and residents. Joining chef Kane will be Wickaninnish Inn chef Nicholas Nutting, Pastry Chef Matthew Wilson and TUCG community food coordinator Bobby Lax. 24 lucky guests will be treated to a 5 course meal, cooking demonstrations and B.C wine pairings. Tickets and details after the jump…

Both Shelter and the Wickaninnish were founding members of the progressive TUCG in 2010, and as such are excited for the opportunity of bringing “a Taste of Tofino” to Vancouver’s Granville Island. Tickets are $80 and available here.

Details

601 Campbell Street PO BOX 68 | Tofino, BC V0R2Z0
Telephone: 250-725-3353 | Fax: 250-725-3802
Website: www.shelterrestaurant.com
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The People That Make It Happen

Owner: Jay Gildenhuys
GM: Mike Jacobsen
Chef: Matthew Kane

About Shelter

At Shelter, we us local organic ingredients and all-natural meats whenever possible. The salmon, halibut and prawns are caught by Tofino fishermen, and the poultry is free run and farmed right here on Vancouver Island.

Located behind the restaurant is a garden we started in 2010 that supplies produce and fresh herbs to the kitchen and bar for many months of the year. In addition, we have implemented an extensive two-tier composting program and we have a rainwater catchment system that helps reduce our dependancy on municipal water.

At Shelter, we aim to minimize our global footprint. We are lucky to be able to work with like-minded suppliers, and are proud members of the Tofino Ucluelet Culinary Guild.

Media Recognition

“Honesty and high quality are the operative words for shelter’s menu.” — EAT Magazine

“For Some of the freshest seafood on vancouver island, turn to shelter” — Flare Magazine

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