The GOODS from Tableau Bar Bistro
Vancouver, BC | On Sunday, December 31, Tableau Bar Bistro will offer a special three-course dinner menu with suggested wine pairings for each dish. Created by Executive Chef Tret Jordan and Head Chef Dan Vichitthavong, the first course, plats principaux and dessert features will showcase fresh West Coast ingredients in traditional French favourites.
Starting selections include Smoked Magret Duck with beets, grapefruit, yogurt, goat cheese and balsamic and Tuna Tartare served with avocado, blood orange, pickles and crackers; followed by Beef Loin Forestiere, wild mushrooms, black truffle, potato pave, Cipollini and carrots or Steelhead Trout, lobster, leeks, ecrassee potato and trout roe.
Before toasting to 2018, enjoy one of two desserts Vanilla Crème Brulee with vanilla shortbread or Eclairs made with hazelnut, chocolate and banana ice cream.
Tableau’s three-course dinner menu starts at $60 per person with options of customized wine pairings available.
For reservations, please call (604) 639-8692 or book online at OpenTable.ca.
Executive Chef: Tret Jordan
Head Chef: Garett Blundell
Beverage Director: JS Dupuis
General Manager: Peter Collins
Director of Operations: Roy Comesotti
About Tableau Bar Bistro
FRESH LOCAL MEETS BISTRO COOL.
A neighbourhood bar bistro, Chef Garett Blundell’s menu blends classic culinary flavours of Paris with the use of fresh west coast ingredients, set in a beautiful interior that combines old world classic bistro elements with modern touches. A dynamic bar scene serves seasonal in-house and classic cocktails and a great selection of local and draft beers on tap as well as an eclectic mix of approachable wines built from the regions of France. A perfect place for business lunches, Happy Hour drinks on the patio, everyday dining, special celebrations, or brunch with the whole family.
Reviews & Accolades
“It’s French bistro done well enough to make me hungry at the thought of it.” – Mia Stainsby, Vancouver Sun
“You’ll go for the ambience and stay for the cocktails (which are excellent). But you’re bound to return, again and again, for the food.” – Alexandra Gill, The Globe and Mail
“Classic French bistro fare, monster grain bowls at lunch, and some of the best trout tartare in the city make this Coal Harbour a fantastic destination day or night.” – Anya Levykh, Westender