Edible Canada is participating again in Dine Out Vancouver from January 20 to February 5, 2017. They are offering guests with their 3 course meal on Granville Island for Canadian Cuisine for $30. Reservations should be made in advance.
I came here for a sneak peek of the full Dine Out menu to show potential guests what the menu would look and taste like. You’ll notice on their menus, there are a few menu items that you need to add extra money to the meal.
Dine Out 2017 Menu at Edible Canada
- Hazelmere Roasted Carrot Soup
- Pacific Cod and Pemberton Potato Pakoras
- Hazelmere Kale Salad
- Crispy West Coast Humbolt Squid + $3
- Grilled Alberta Lamb Heart + $4
- Range Land Bison Tartar + $5
- Honey Butter Basted Fried Chicken
- Prairie Farro Risotto
- Haida Gwaii Rockfish & Mussel Stew
- Newfoundland Seal Pappardelle + $3
- Quebec Rabbit Orecchiette + $4
- Char Grilled Alberta Hanger Steak + $6
- Chocolate Pot du Crème
- Pumpkin Sticky Toffee Pudding
Pacific Cod and Pemberton Potato Pakoras has jalapeño apple chutney, fresh mint and pickles. It is served on a mini skillet pan. Very good start to the meal. The pakoras were crisp and went very well with the chutney.
Crispy West Coast Humbolt Squid has chermoula vinaigrette, white bean hummus, and dried olives. This is a dish where you need to add $3 on top of the Dine Out Vancouver menu. Squid was tender and was like a glamorous calamari.
Grilled Alberta Lamb Heart has Gaujillo adobo, cilantro, and hominy corn grits. You need to add $4 to get this dish. Man, those lamb hearts were tender. I love how Edible Canada uses all different parts of each animal.
Haida Gwaii Rockfish & Mussel Stew has a Moroccan tomato broth, heirloom carrots, chickpeas, and cilantro. A good portion of seafood in this stew. Beautiful flavours too.
Quebec Rabbit Orecchiette has mushrooms, confit onions, shaved brussels sprouts, and parmesan. You need to add $4 extra to get this dish. The rabbit a nice unique protein to have with this meal as it brings you out of your comfort zone. Pasta was cooked perfectly and the sauce just covered nicely.
Chocolate Pot du Crème has cassis, and crystallized ginger. This dessert was ok, but I felt the berries on top was a bit sour.
Overall, Edible Canada has always been a good pick for Dine Out Vancouver. The use of their proteins are adventurous. They have more options on the menu, but some items you do have to pay extra for it. I’ve been here in the past before for Dine Out and it’s very good.
We Rate Edible Canada:
1596 Johnston Street, Vancouver