Therefore, I took a Monday off in September in order to enjoy our meal together quietly.
The restaurant I picked this year is The French Table on Main Street in Vancouver.
The owner was a chef for the King of Belgium before he moved to Vancouver and opened his own restaurant. He moved his restaurant from downtown to Main Street a couple of years ago.
|The French Table Restaurant in Vancouver|
Nearby, there is no beautiful parks or attractions or businesses.
However, inside, it has the subtle atmosphere of a French restaurant, with little things decorated like retro maps, wine on the wall, etc. The restaurant is small but very quiet on a week day.
The Croque Monsieur was so good that it blew us away. The cheese was just perfectly merged on the toast. Absolutely delicious.
|Murshroom soup french table|
It taste like they really had a lot of grind-up mushroom in the soup with olive oil.
|moules frites french table|
|Lemon Tart and Chocolate Profiterole|
This one, it had the lemon smell and faint flavor, but with the cranberry cream sauce, it was delicious and balanced.
The Chocolate Profiterole was very interesting, too. It had many layers.
Fresh cream, almond, Puff, ice cream, etc for 3 or four layers, and it was tasty.
Since you can't buy the taste like this in Safeway or other super market, this is worth the money.
Plus, it was not sweet like supermarket ones...
The location is a little odd but for the food, I would return to this restaurant if I had the chance.