2010 Vancouver Holiday Menus List

Christmas menus
Christmas menus

Whether your holiday dinner party consists of greasy Chinese takeout or an on site Michelin star chef, no matter the budget everyone loves to eat.
I know it’s hard to seek any restaurants that are open on Christmas Day so for your holiday convenience I’ve compiled a list of a few popular restaurants who would be serving on Christmas Day

Pan pacific Hotel – Set Menu $99

Yew Restaurant – set menu $85. Special Holiday Lunch Promo for December $29 for a 3 course set menu.

Diva at the Met – $70

Oru– buffets $65 – 85

Showcase – set menu $42

Wedgewood Hotel Bacchus – a la carte – $140

Sutton Place Hotel– Set Menu $82

Bistrot by bistro – Christmas eve

DB bistro – Christmas Eve, Fixed 3 course menu $49

Beyond restaurant and lounge: Holiday lunch buffet $25. Menu available from Dec 20 -24th 1130AM – 2PM

William Tell – Always a quick sell out with their holiday menu 24, 25, 2010 44.50 – 54.50. After 46 years William Tell will close its doors on Dec 31

Corner Suite Bistro – Set Menu $29 from December 24 – 26. Featuring candied yam soup with crème fraiche to start, followed by roast turkey with all the trimming, and a traditional Christmas pudding for dessert

Mosaic – Christmas buffet $65. Where I will be this Christmas,  it’s a great deal  from 5 – 10PM. Recommend start reserving ASAP, I booked on December 1st and he notified me that 1/2 is already all booked up!

The Teahouse – 3 course set menu $45

Le Gavroche – 5-course Christmas Eve dinner $55.  Featuring mincemeat tart, port-marinated turkey breast, Christmas fruit soufflé

Bacchus Restaurant and Lounge (Wedgewood Hotel) on Urbanspoon

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