Tableau Bar Bistro Press
2011 PRESS COVERAGE
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"What really stood out to me was the growing popularity of brunch at Tableau… In a city that needs more options for winding down on Saturdays and spending time with your loved ones on Sundays, we all can really use a weekend brunch tradition. Tableau is becoming the choice for locals and hotel guests, and quite simply, must really be experienced." - Manveet Virk, Modern Mix "The French-accented Tableau now packs them in for superlative French bistro fare, and still with the talented Marc-André Choquette at the helm. The service glides with confidence, and so it should. In addition to the glories on the plate, it’s definitely one of the prettiest rooms to open in recent memory." - Andrew Morrison, Westender "My mission was to find Vancouver’s best gnocchi dish... The best was found by accident. I didn’t expect to find any gnocchi on the menu at Tableau, but when some friends and I popped in for a drink I had to give them a try (I was feeling lucky, and lucky I was). These were flawless." - Claire Lassam, Scout "Vancouver may be buzzing about lunch and dinner at Tableau, but its brunch menu is the Coal Harbour’s best kept secret" - Cassandra Anderton, Good Life Vancouver "Dinner had the good and the bad. There are some great products on the plate but visiting shortly after eating at Tableau Bistro, in the same price range, the difference was hard to miss." – Mia Stainsby, Vancouver Sun Food Editor "It’s French bistro done well enough to make me hungry at the thought of it." – Mia Stainsby, Vancouver Sun Food Editor "You’ll go for the ambience and stay for the cocktails (which are excellent). But you’re bound to return, again and again, for the food." – Alexandra Gill, The Globe and Mail "Really great food. Great staff too. If I lived in that hood, I'd probably drop by once a week." – Sarah Rowland, 24 Hours Vancouver "What a luxury it is to linger over dinner for three hours, sipping wine and munching on plump olives and crusty French bread along the way. So it was for a birthday celebration at the new Tableau Bar Bistro in the Loden Hotel, a space that has the same kind of unpretentious style and easy comfort you’d find in a City of Light brasserie." – The Georgia Straight "A beautifully designed boutique hotel that won’t break the bank." – Elle Décor French-inspired eatery does it right – Metro Vancouver "Executive chef Marc-Andres Choquette (Lumiere) and executive sous chef Tret Jordan (Raincity Grill, Bacchus, Elixir) come with a fine dining pedigree that would be hard to match anywhere in the city." – The Vancouver Sun "Tableau channels New York bistro in much the way Joe Fortes channels San Francisco, that is to say, with a good deal of polish and sophistication. I plan to go back. Hell, I'd even pay." – Randy Shore, The Vancouver Sun "It’s to die for." – Erin Ireland, Metro Vancouver
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