Prix fixe dinner favourites in Vancouver

Many Vancouverites look forward to Dine Out every January, when they can dine at fabulous eateries around the city at affordable $20, $30 and $40 price points. However, there are plenty of restaurants in Vancouver that offer diners prix fixe menus all year round. Dig in! [Photo © Yellow Pages / Pages Jaunes]

Brix and Mortar

1137 Hamilton Street, Vancouver, BC V6B 5P6

You get great value at Yaletown’s Brix & Mortar, with a prix fixe menu that features a choice of salads, B.C. salmon or AAA Alberta flatiron steak and vanilla bean panna cotta plus fresh fruit coulis for dessert. Served until 6:30 pm, prix fixe at Brix is perfect for foodies with an early movie to catch.

Seasons in the Park Restaurant

33rd Avenue W, Vancouver, BC V5Y 2M5

Nestled into the lush greenery at the head of Queen Elizabeth Park, right next to the popular Botanical Gardens, Seasons In The Park’s menu touts local and seasonal favourites including fresh seafood, prime steaks, Fraser Valley pork chops, B.C. salmon burger and sesame-crusted albacore tuna. Sunday nights at Seasons feature a prix fixe of three courses that's economically priced.

Salt Tasting Room Ltd

248 Georgia St E, Vancouver, BC V6A 1Z7

Hidden away in Gastown’s historic Blood Alley, Salt Tasting Room offers a three-course tasting menu that features inspired combinations from the chef. You get a choice of salads to start (kale Caesar or a seasonal selection), and then a choice of the Butcher Plate, the Cheese Monger Plate or the Best of B.C. Plate. Your meal is rounded off with either a slice of Salt’s raved-about goat cheese cheesecake or its decadent chocolate mousse.


1938 4th Avenue W, Vancouver, BC V6J 1M5

This award-winning Kitsilano eatery offers some of the best Thai food in the city. They offer an excellent $50 prix fixe menu where you get a selection of six or more savoury dishes. There is a vegetarian option as well for five bucks less.

Hawksworth Restaurant

750-669 Howe St, Vancouver, BC V6C 0B4

Voted the Canadian Restaurant of the Year by Maclean’s Magazine in 2012, Hawksworth Restaurant’s upscale take on contemporary West Coast and Canadian cuisine settles for only the highest quality locally sourced organic and Ocean Wise-verified ingredients. The Chef’s Tasting Menu features six tantalizing courses including yellowfin tuna tartare, heirloom tomatoes, slow-cooked lobster, crispy veal sweetbreads, roast lamb saddle and yogurt espuma for dessert.

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