10 Acres Bistro, Bar & Farm: Dining in Victoria

Diana Chan December 14, 2014 Farm to Table, Three Beakers, Victoria, WestCoast


10 Acres Bistro, Bar and Farm is located in Victoria, BC and they offers a unique West Coast experience showcasing the freshest foods from the island including meat, cheese, seafood and the finest seasonal produce direct from their farm.

I came here with work colleagues for dinner after coming off the ferry. They suggested 10 Acres would be a great place to go to.


The restaurant is quite large! THey have an inside area, a bar area, and then the outside patio. We were seated in the patio and even thought it was the winter, they have lots of heated lamps to keep this space warm.


They even had a cool heated fire in the centre. It was really hot but I loved it.


Stanley Park Pilsner – Turning Point Brewery (Sleeve – $5) is a beautiful light beer thats won various awards. I really liked it because it was light and fruity.


Sooke Trout ($19) comes from the 10 acres farm. It is served with organic vegetables and herb oil.


Salt Spring Island Mussels ($16) comes with your choices of garlic + white wine, green curry or tomato chorizo sauces. I went with the tomato chorizo because I wanted some meat. It is also served with grilled bread.

The mussels tasted fresh and were flavourful and plump. A good reflection of the West Coast.


Tagliatelle with Rotisserie Chicken ($14 + $3) has wild mushrooms, vegetables, asiago, and a citrus brown butter cream sauce. The chicken was very flavourful.

Overall, it was a decent place to dine for dinner. It is really great to know all the ingredients are from their local farm.

We Rate 10 Acres


611 Courtney St Victoria, BC

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About The Author

Diana started Foodology in 2010 because she just eats out everyday! She started a food blog to share her love of food with the world! She lives in Vancouver, BC and adores the diversity of food around her. She will go crazy for churros and lattes.


  1. vicinperson December 15, 2014 at 1:12 pm

    The trout comes from the Sooke river, which is not on the farm itself, but still very close. Lovely place

  2. Bumfluff January 15, 2015 at 8:10 pm

    ten acres? is that really enough space to supply a restaurant, let alone a family?


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