Stopped at Dirty Apron for a quick breakfast and we were delighted with the food and service. Simply but good dishes and lovely coffee. Must try if around Gustown.
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We wandered in here on a Thursday morning, and had no wait to deal with, fast service and a really excellent and unique breakfast experience. The Mennonite sausage bunwich was excellent ($6.95) and my significant other had the Huevo Rancheros (also $6.95) which was amazing!...More
We tried to go to Jam Cafe for breakfast, but were put off by the huge queue and tried this place next door instead. Really friendly, with very yummy Huevos rancheros and great coffee. And didn't have to wait an hour in the rain for...More
We stumbled on this restaurant after being told to try another place just down the street that was packed and we are so happy that we did. The food and service were excellent...so much that we ate breakfast there twice during our stay in Vancouver....More
The lunch menu is varied and everthing everyone chose was delicious.The service was excellent with very polite and efficient wait staff. They also have a very lovely array of cooking items, utensils and food, available for purchase as well as the Dirty Apron Cookbook. You...More
We went for the vegetarian cooking class. My husband and I cook a lot so we already knew some of the techniques. But we were remarking that there were people there who don't really cook so the tips were good for them and good for...More
We did the "Creme de la Creme" class. The chef was great. I learned some new techniques and recipes and had a great evening!
The Demo and Dine evening is really fun. Started with a glass of sparkling wine and wine is served with each course. Chef Takashi (TK) prepares the meal and gives entertaining and interesting tips on each course and dish, then you get to eat it!...More