Boulevard Kitchen & Oyster Bar / Vancouver

845 Burrard Street Robson Street Vancouver V6Z 2K7
+1 604-642-2900
$$$$
Opening Hours
Sun, Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat 06:30 - 01:00
Description

Vancouver's Boulevard Kitchen & Oyster Bar provides a distinctive showcase for the celebrated culinary vision of Executive Chef Alex Chen and redefines the fine art of dining with subtle, unexpected and playful approaches to cuisine, service and style. With an innovative approach that blends a respect for the past with a celebration of the present, Chen’s seafood-focused menu is grounded in classical technique and training, while artfully infusing casual West Coast flair and creative hints of his international influences. From the all-star, front-of-house team led by Director of Operations Steve Edwards to the acute attention to detail in design to the understated elegance of Chen’s cuisine, Boulevard has set forth an uncompromising standard of excellence that is sure to excite both food-savvy Vancouver residents and visitors alike. From the stylish dining room, seated oyster bar and craft-cocktail and champagne bar to the vintage-style lounge, private dining room and expansive wrap-around outdoor patio, Boulevard offers guests a wide range of culinary experiences — from early morning to late at night. A crossroads between a classic, European-styled bistro and contemporary bespoke style, the décor embraces local works of art, natural stone and imported Italian marble, up-cycled and refurbished antique chandeliers, white oak floors, violin veneer paneling and subtle accents of bronze and gold.

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Blogger Reviews @ Boulevard Kitchen & Oyster Bar
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Boulevard Kitchen & Oyster Bar
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Tips from the Net @ Boulevard Kitchen & Oyster Bar
Carla Luisa en
Happy hour 3-6pm daily Foursquare - February 2018
Alexander George Tsakumis en
Quite simply, one of the finest kitchens in the country. The Gaglardi family have done a marvelous job with this asset. The service is absolutely top notch and the food is consistently excellent. The oysters, in particular, are the best in the city. GooglePlace - January 2018
Chris B en
Brunch was okay - the Nutella Stuff French Toast wasn't really "stuffed". It's just lathered between two slices of a bread and cooked like normal french toast. I imagine the Chef could be a bit more creative. Atmosphere was a bit too noisy for two couples to socialize. However, I guess that is expected for weekend brunch with families staying at the Sutton Place Hotel. Overall, a bit pricey. Will most likely come back and try it out for Dinner and Drinks. GooglePlace - December 2017
Lin Lin en
Amazing restaurant. Great atmosphere, food and service! The seafood platter and entrees were excellent. The best part was their dessert! The chocolate soufflé is out of this world! Our server was attentive and professional. Highly recommend this place and will definitely go back! GooglePlace - December 2017
Amanda Chan en
I visited as part of a company holiday party with a preset menu to choose from. The servers were all very welcoming and very on top of our water and wine refills. With over 50 people in our group we were split between two rooms, which made it a bit difficult for speeches without a microphone. For the food, we started with a selection of bread and delicious corn bread while we waited for our meal. The Roasted Ling Cod was much better than the Glazed Maple Hill Farms Chicken that had a strange texture. The flavors of both were not that memorable. The chocolate mousse was my favorite part of the meal with a nice surprise in the middle. I am not sure if the portions were smaller as we were in a large group with a three course meal with limited options. As we were exiting we noticed a fun tray of sweet treats. They were much more exciting than mints. GooglePlace - December 2017