The GOODS from Pied-a-Terre
Vancouver, BC | Pied-a-Terre restaurant has brought back it’s keenly-priced table d’hôte menu. To relaunch the much heralded menu, Pied-a-Terre is offering what is surely the best value dining experience in Vancouver. Order dinner for two from the 3-course table d’hôte menu and the restaurant will throw in a bottle of wine, mineral water, and coffee.
“I designed the table d’hôte menu to offer classic bistro favourites at a great price,” said Chef Andrey Durbach. “After all, a neighbourhood bistro is supposed to be the kind of place you can afford to go to any night of the week.”
The table d’hôte, or fixed price menu, offers a choice of modern French classics: heirloom tomato salad with basil and goat’s cheese; duck confit with walnuts, grapes and Sarladaise potato; and crêpes with warm berries and crème fraîche. At $38 per person, with 3 choices for each of the 3 courses, the menu delivers great options and great value. At $99 for 2 people including a choice of a bottle of house red, white, or rosé wine, the value is even better. These prices make it easy to finish the meal with an after dinner drink from Pied-a-Terre’s extensive list of cognac, calvados, and eaux-de-vie.
“My top priority as a restaurateur is to give my customers the best possible balance of high quality and good value,” said Durbach.
Opened in 2007 in Vancouver’s Cambie Village, the restaurant is a quick taxi ride from downtown hotels or easily accessible via the Canada Line Skytrain. Pied-a-Terre offers an intimate and charming dining room, knowledgeable and warm service, and well-priced, delicious food. Pied-a-Terre is open 7 nights a week for dinner and for lunch on Fridays.
For more information, contact Pied-a-Terre at (604) 873-3131 or firstname.lastname@example.org.