Diner: Steeve Rayé Closes Pastry Shop To Open “Cafe Regalade” In The Belly Of Kits

Steeve Rayé, the son of Alain Rayé (owner/chef at West Vancouver’s award-winning La Regalade), has closed his short-lived pastry shop in Kitsilano at 2836 West 4th (opened late October) and is opening a new casual French concept called Cafe Regalade in its place in roughly two weeks. Raye plans on six days a week for brunch/lunch and afternoon service (closed Mondays). He will also be seeking out a liquor license, and once that is taken care of we can expect the restaurant to open for nights as well. We’re being told to anticipate French fare similar to that of La Regalade, only less expensive (everything under $20) with smaller plates, plenty of charcuterie and a younger crowd.

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  1. WE WENT FOR BRUNCH LAST SUNDAY AND WE LOVED. GREAT FOOD AND DELICIOUS DESSERT NOT USUAL FOR VANCOUVER.

    TOMORROW WE GO FOR DINNER BUT I HAVE NOT FOUND THE TEL # TO MAKE A RESERVATION.

    THANKS

    MAURO

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