GOODS: Consulting Chef Tina Fineza Tables New Menu For Chinatown’s “East Of Main”

East Of Main is located at 223 E. Georgia (between Main & Gore) in Vancouver BC | 604-899-2777 | eastofmaincafe.com

The GOODS from East of Main Cafe

Vancouver, BC | East of Main Cafe has launched a new menu for spring created by consulting chef, Tina Fineza. As Tina has been exposed to exotic foods her entire life, Mediterranean flavours come naturally to her. The new menu includes more tapas dishes and share plates, is intense with bright Mediterranean spices and focuses on ethically produced ingredients. Dishes include Lamb Tagine, Eggplant Moussaka, Seared Rare Albacore Tuna, Coffee & Pomegranate Cauliflower and Chickpea Kale Salad. The lunch menu has also been updated with a variety of fresh salads and wraps to reflect the Mediterranean theme. Check out the new menu here and learn more about East of Main after the jump

East of Main Cafe is open 11:30am – late, Monday through Saturday (closed on Sunday) and all profits benefit Project Limelight Society, a free performing arts program for youth living in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside.

Details

223 E. Georgia (between Main & Gore), Vancouver BC
Telephone: 604-899-2777
Web: www.eastofmaincafe.com | Twitter | Facebook

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  • Yarrow Meadows Duck Confit Salad
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  • Sumac Rossdown Chicken with Tumeric Spiced Cake
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  • Spanish Style Braised Heritage Angus Beef
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  • Pacific Red Snapper
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  • Fraser Valley Pork
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  • Cauliflower
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  • Albacore Tuna
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The People

Chef de Cuisine: Laurence Kolfr
Proprietor/Manager: Donalda Weaver
Proprietor: Maureen Webb

About East of Main Cafe

Nestled on the border of historic Chinatown and Strathcona, the East of Main Cafe impresses instantly with high ceilings and original works prominently featuring images of the Downtown East Side of Vancouver. While open and airy, the room invites with plenty of comfortable nooks to settle in to. This vibrant cocktail spot showcases an array of hand-crafted classics and original creations utilizing ingredients that complement the cuisine. Tapas is prevalent with a few thoughtful entrees and sandwiches (available at lunch) rounding out the menu, which is heavily influenced by flavours of the Mediterranean. All profits from this arts community hub benefit Project Limelight – a free performing arts program available to children from the DTES.

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