Seasons in the Park – Vancouver

Sorry.. I’ve been MIA cause of exams… I have 2 more to go next week then I’m off to Shanghai to eat!!!!

Another Easter weekend brunch! We originally wanted to go to Le Crocodile but it’s closed for lunch on Easter Monday so we ended up going to Seasons in the Park.

We used to go to Seasons but haven’t been back for around 10 years!

It has a panoramic view of the city and the mountains!

Since it’s Easter Monday, brunch was served!

For the appetizer, mom and I had the mussels…succulent and big.. but the sauce could have more flavour to it… I didn’t feel compelled to lap up the sauce with the bread…

Dad had the New England Clam Chowder…and the portion was tiny!

I had the QE Park Benedict (sauteéd spinach, roast potatoes) and just my looking at it, I feel unsatisfied.  Only a drizzle of hollandaise sauce, a few spinach leaves, couple potatoes and 3 stacked fruits…..  only redeeming point of this dish  was the poached eggs were runny…

Mom ordered the Miso Soy Marinated Black Cod… unfortunately, the miso taste wasn’t strong…

Dad ordered the fish of the day..halibut..

Philly Cheesesteak   shaved prime rib, provolone  

Steak & Eggs  grilled 7oz sirloin, chive scrambled eggs, roast potatoes  

Vanilla Crème Brûlée

Irish Coffee  Jameson Irish Whiskey, Irish Mist

Unfortunately, the food isn’t as good as before… but the view is still as amazing.  Seasons is part of the same family as Tea House but the food at Tea House tastes better!

FAIM? OUI OUI!!!

Seasons in the Park

Cambie & 33rd Avenue  Queen Elizabeth Park, Vancouver, BC V5Y 2M5

Tel: (604) 874-8008

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