I’ve always heard about pleasant dining experience at Seasons in the Park but never really been there myself. This year, I was determined to pay a visit during Dine Out Vancouver. One good thing about it was that the lunch menu is exactly the same as dinner, but $10 cheaper. I would assume it comes in the form of portion differences.
Located inside Queen Elizabeth Park, I would assume that is where it got the name from – Seasons in the Park. Even before I came, I’ve heard about the view that it has. And boy oh boy, it was quite a view. First we were lucky that the weather was pretty good. Then we were able to get a table facing the view. It would have been even better if it’s just right beside the window.
I also loved on the interior was very similar to the Teahouse. This was quite understandable, considered they belong to the same dining group. I could imagine how people could use this space as wedding reception venue. It’s especially fitting when the weather was clear. But I digress… let’s talk about food.
|Yukon Gold Potato Soup|
|Braised Beef Short Rib|
|Grilled Steelhead Salmon|
|Tomato Basil Linguine|
|Hazelnut Chocolate Torte|
Most of our items were a bit light on the seasoning, making the flavour blend and none distinctive. The atmosphere, particularly the view, was quite impressive; however, the food was just decent. I would come back again since it wasn’t too bad, and because the view was a good plus for the dining experience.