From lively French bistros to cozy Afghani cushion rooms to a $500/person Chef’s Tasting menu, here’s a taste of some of Vancouver’s most romantic restaurants to reserve this Monday night:
Kick off your shoes and cozy up on the cushions in the Afghan Room’s cushion room to share a Kebab Platter Delight immersing your taste buds in spices from old Persia, India, Greece, and Mongolia while a sensuous belly dancer performs for the room.
Sit in the romantic side booth by the window to people-watch along this eclectic, little stretch of East 15th Avenue in Mount Pleasant with a bottle from their rotating Bordeaux selection before indulging in the Poulet à la provençale and finishing up with chocolate mousse for dessert.
If you’re looking to splurge, 5D restaurant Quan Ju De impresses with private dining rooms and a decadent $500 per person Chef’s Tasting Menu. Experience visual projections spaced out between courses creating a timeline from the South African 10-head-size dried Abalone braised in Umami Sauce to the Wagyu Aburi with Alfonsino and Uni Sashimi.
Experience lush Française/Les Québécois fusion in a dimly lit but lively bistro. Sit at the bar to share a bottle of Bouchard Père & Fils Macon-Lugny Saint-Pierre Chardonnay over Escargot à l’ail en bouchées de la Reine or linger at one of the candle-lit tables over un plat de Tartare de bison.
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