Chambar

After the Canucks hockey game, we headed over to Chambar, a fine-dining Belgian lounge to order some more drinks and something small to share.


We chose the La brochette d’autruche as our appetizer.
Grilled ostrich with sweet balsamic onions, marinated prunes, five herb pesto, crisp potato chips, vin cotto. It was very different. The ostrich itself was delicious but the condiments such as the marinated prunes made it taste strange.


For entree, we shared a huge pot of mussels, Congolaise in a tomato coconut cream sauce with fresh cilnatro, lime, and chili. It also came with fries on the side.


Overall rating, I would give it a B- because I find that restaurant to be more of a drinking lounge than a fine dining restaurant. The meals were pricey compared to most lounges. If you want some fine dining, I would suggest: Lift Bar and Grill

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