Linh Cafe: French Cuisine with a Twist of Vietnamese

Diana Chan April 16, 2015 Cafe, Four Beakers, French, Kid Friendly, Kitsilano, Vietnamese


Linh Cafe is located on West 4th in Kitsilano. I’ve heard very good things about this café, so when I saw a deal on Groupon for $49 to get 2 appetizers, 2 entrees, and 2 desserts, I thought it was a steal. An entree is around $25, so getting the Groupon was awesome! What can I say? I like a good deal!


The other half of the restaurant by the front entrance looks for like a café.


Their menu is quite unique as it serves French Cuisine with a Vietnamese twist. Owner and Chef Tai Nguyen merges his two loves of French food and family.


Mussel ($16.50) comes with a wine and fresh herbs cream sauce. It is served with 4 pieces of bread on top.


The mussels were nice and plump! Very delicious and the sauce was great. We dipped a lot of the bread into the sauce.


Nem Cha Gio Spring Roll ($10.50) is packed with shrimp, pork, wood-ear mushroom, and glass noodles.


I loved how crisp the outside was. One of the best spring rolls I’ve had.


Cassoulet ($23.90) has duck confit, house made sausage, pork confit, and white beans in a hot skillet. This was really good! How can you not love all this meat in a pan?


It also came with frites. Very crispy on the outside.


Gigot ($27.50) has 12 hour braised lamb legs in red wine and mirepoix. It is also served with bread.


I found the meat to be a tad dry and the portion is a bit on the small side.


Don’t forget to dunk it into the stew.

By this point, M and I were quite full from the meal, so we had to take the dessert home.


Apple Chausson ($4.50) are French Apple Turnovers. I popped it into the oven until the pastry crisps up a bit more. It’s pretty good, but I wish I had some vanilla ice cream to eat it with.


Three Chocolate Mousse ($6.95) M loved it. He was very satisfied with the dessert.

Overall, the entire meal was very delicious and I loved the combination of French and Vietnamese. You really get the best of both worlds. Our entire meal would have been over $90, but with the Groupon, it was around $50. Not bad at all. You know it’s a good meal when M can’t stop raving about the restaurant.

We Rate Linh Cafe:

2836 W 4th Ave
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.

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