The restaurant opened back in January. While the spot is rather small and the decor minimalist, the food is terrific. The meat and veggies are sourced as close to home as possible.
The dine out menu offers two starter options. Either a creamy parsnip and apple soup or a salad. The salad comes with roasted beets and caramelized squash.
The slow roasting main course is well worth every penny. Tender rotisserie pork is available as are the ribs. The veggies are just as good as the main rotisserie meats and they offer a few good beer options on tap as well.
Vancouver wines are also available alongside a tempting desert menu. Lunch items are also available, including a BBQ pork bahn mi and/or a rib sandwich.
For those living in the Kitsilano neighbourhood or for those hoping to buy Kitsilano real estate soon, the restaurant is another great addition to the neighbourhood, one sure to continue to attract locals and those further afield.