Gallery Cafe at the Vancouver Art Gallery

Diana Chan August 16, 2013 Downtown, Two Beakers, WestCoast

Art Gallery Cafe

One of my favorite areas to eat Downtown is in the Art Gallery area during the summer. There is so much going on in the area with food carts, art installations, and shopping nearby.

My coworkers – HH, Button, and Magz decided to have lunch at the Art Gallery Café. I see it all the time but I have never dined here. They have a large outdoor patio with classical music playing.

Art Gallery Cafe

You go indoors to order your meal. Kinda like a cafeteria style.

Art Gallery Cafe

They have lots of drinks, even alcoholic ones.

Art Gallery Cafe

All the item are in the display case to order. Everything is premade and reheated up, so it won’t be as fresh as you think.

Spinach, mushroom and brie

Spinach, mushroom and brie Quiche ($8.25) comes with a house salad. It was pretty good and a nice size for someone who isn’t too hungry.

Rare Ahi Tuna

Rare Ahi Tuna ($10.25) on crunchy raw slaw with hemp hearts & sesame seeds, and oriental dressing. It’s pretty basic and isn’t anything amazing.

Gallery Cafe

Chicken, broccoli & smoked applewood cheddar Quiche ($8.25) comes with a house salad as well. Decent quiche as well.

Gallery Cafe

Another dish which I don’t remember what it was, but here’s a picture.

Overall, the food is pretty average, but its just nice to sit outdoors in the summer on the patio with the music playing. Depending where you are sitting, you can have a nice view of Howe and Robson street.

We Rate Gallery Cafe: 

750 Hornby St
Vancouver, 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.