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Cuisine type

  • Canadian Cuisine,
  • West Coast,

Features

  • Extensive Wine List,

Atmosphere

  • Romantic,

Products and Services

  • Diner,
  • Tea Room,
  • Upscale Casual Dining,
  • Simple Fresh Ingredients,
  • Brunch,
  • Seafood,
    • Shared Plates,
    • Ocean Wise,
    • Wines,
    • Cocktails,
    • Patio,
  • more...
  • less...

Languages Spoken

  • English,
Location
7501 Stanley Park Dr, Vancouver, BC V6G 3E2
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Opening Hours *Holiday hours

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  • $26 To $60,

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A meal at The Teahouse at Stanley Park is an event: not just because the restaurant offers some of the best and longest sunset views in the city. Or because it's housed in a historic 1938 building with large windows overlooking the North Shore Mountains and the Pacific Ocean. What makes a meal at this iconic Vancouver dining room truly memorable is the culinary magic that executive chef Alan Tse and his team deliver with each and every dish.

A native of Hong Kong, Alan grew up in a family who loved to cook for family and friends. However, it wasn’t until a trip to Hawaii that he truly fell in love with food. “I realized after eating the best shrimp I’d ever had that I wanted to try cooking,” says the affable chef. Alan attended VCC Culinary Arts Program and was hired on at Cardero’s in 2005. He honed his skills at the waterfront restaurant for six years before moving to the kitchen at The Teahouse in 2011.

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Thom5739
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What I really love is not the food only but also how to set up the outdoor place.

Atmosphere: 5/5
Food: 5/5
Service: 5/5
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Restaurantica12
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Best Gazpacho EVER....

We celebrated our anniversary at the Teahouse last week, I must say, the Tomato Gazpacho was the best cold soup I've ever had, sweet freshly picked tomatoes with a cool refreshing dollop of Creme Fresh, sprinkled with bright mint and sweet Basil, married together in a thick broth of heaven; the best Jerry,the best.. ( Seinfeld-ism ).I'd return just for the cold soups. My second course was a Caesar salad made with Baby Gem lettuce which is a hybrid of Romaine & Butter lettuce,I found this lettuce to be too thick & limp for the application; for me it lacked that fresh firm crunch I prefer in a Caesar Salad. Francois incorporated bread crumbs instead of the standard croutons, which I did not prefer. I tasted no evidence of capers, nor did I see any as indicated in the fresh sheet, I also missed anchovies, and for me the Caesar fell flat. The mixed mushrooms were outstanding and complimented the salad with a pungent earthy flavour that left you wanting more. My entree was a butter-tender serving of Lamb chops beautifully frenched and encrusted in savory hazelnuts with mint crumbs, prepared perfectly as ordered. My wifes strip loin was closer to well done than med as ordered and was adequate but if were more pink it would have been more tender and juicier. My concerns are as followes; as we had NO ambient lighting on the patio, my palette was left to it own devices as we honestly could not see our meals... this needs to be addressed as dinners eat with their eyes first, then their palette, this is crucial and I stand by that. Our first courses arrived in a timely fashion and we waited exactly 40 mins between our last appy and our entree.With this, I believe our order was forgotten and I was not impressed by this. On a more positive note, we loved the attentive staff, ( our waitress was very sweet and genuine but She should have been more on top of our entree ) The atmosphere was definately not that of an officers mess from WWII, but rather a beautiful english herb garden with gorgeous landscaping and a cootage like feel. Overall a wonderful romantic gastronomic experience worth every penny. Pacific West cuisine with a creative twist from Chef Francois Gagnon. Janet; You did a great job hiring the right wait staff, warm, helpful and hard working. Can't wait for the next visit. Happy Noshin' Brianm.

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