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About Boulevard Kitchen & Oyster Bar
Boulevard is connected to the iconic Gerard Lounge at Sutton Place Hotel in the heart of downtown Vancouver featuring an oyster bar, private dining room and a large outdoor patio. This restaurant is the new showcase for the legendary and artistic fare of Chef Alex Chen. His inspiration comes from French traditions with a respect for the past while staying both current and modern. Our goal is to deliver an ambiance, service and cuisine that speaks of who we are and where we are located.
Vancouver, BC V6Z 2K6
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast: Monday - Sunday: 6:30am - 11:00am
Brunch: Saturday - Sunday: 11:00am - 3:00pm
Lunch: Monday - Sunday: 11:00am - 3:00pm
Happy Hour: Monday - Sunday: 3:00pm - 6:00pm
Dinner: Monday - Sunday: 5:00pm - 11:00pm
Late Night: Monday - Sunday: 11:00pm - 12:30am
Burrard at Smithe
CAN$31 to CAN$50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
We can accommodate all parties large or small and it would be our pleasure to cater your event. Please call the restaurant for more information.
Leave your vehicle with our valet, or park yourself in the underground hotel pay parking.
We are a 5 minute walk from the Burrard skytrain station. Exit toward Burrard Street and turn right (south) onto Burrard Street. We are located on Burrard between Robson and Smithe.
Private Party Facilities:
Our private dining room boasts beautiful oak millwork, and spacious grand tables. Your dining experience can be completely or semi private.
Private Party Contact:
Eryne Ordel: (604) 642-2932
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Entertainment, Farm to Table, Fireplace, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Boulevard Kitchen & Oyster Bar Ratings and Reviews
We came here for a birthday dinner and it was my second visit to Boulevard. Even though it appeared busy for a Saturday night, reservations were easily made with many availabilities within an hour of arriving.
Boulevard has a modern, upscale, dimly-lit ambiance with house music playing in the background. The server was attentive and on-the-ball, and water glasses were constantly topped-up. We had both ordered the special Lobster Bisque en Crôute and I had the Sablefish while my friend had the special Halibut. The food and portions were good and we passed on dessert.
Although not a deal breaker but would have been nice, the birthday was noted in the reservations request but was never acknowledged during our dining experience, especially considering the calibre of venue. Otherwise, I would have given 5 stars on some areas.
Excellent restaurant. The pork entree dish was absolutely amazing as was the chicken dish. Service was very friendly and definitely made me and my girlfriend feel very welcomed. Wait time for the courses is about what you would expect from a high end restaurant such as this one, maybe a bit faster then most restaurants of this scale.
We were here for the dine out menu and it didn't disappoint. Dishes came out relatively quick. We ordered everything from the dine out menu, all of them tasted great. My fav was the pork loin that was cooked perfectly. The passion fruit mousse was delicious. Service was prompt and fantastic. I have been here a few times and each time I have a pleasant experience.
We had read that this place was one of the best restaurants in town. Unfortunately we didn't think so. Two of us tried the dining out menu and we're dissatisfied. The starter was a flatten shrimp press, only about three bites total. For the main dish one of us had the Sablefish which was very fishy and had little to no flavor. We also tried the Rigatoni which was good. For dessert we got the cake which was again about three bites. We'll probably skip this place next time.
Tried the restaurant during dine in Vancouver and glad I did. It was a family affair so we were able to try a number of dishes.
The food was excellent both in quality and visual appearance. The service was outstanding - just the right amount of attention at the right time.
A very enjoyable experience.
This is the worse dine out vancouver for the most expensive category. (I've tried out so many dine out and fine restaurants in the world). The appetitzer is too mild in taste. The rocky fish is really salty and yet the pork dish is too mild and tasted like ham. The desserts are only OK. The presentation of the food on the plate is very nice, but the taste is substandard for this price.
I would not recommend anyone to try out their dine out. Maybe they will fair better with the regular menu... but that we have to see.
The environment and the service are nice though.
I have been there just for drinks ans oysters and that is an excellent option there. Service is well above par and the oysters and cocktails are great.
I sent my in laws there for a special occasion and they both raved about the food and the service. Both said it was one of the best dining experience they ever had.
We celebrated my husband's birthday at Boulevard. The heirloom beet salad was creative but not at all what we expected. The bouillabaisse and the Parisienne gnocchi mains were good but both were more like an appetizer in size, and the mont-blanc meringue dessert was interesting. Breakfast the next morning was okay, and I really appreciate being able to order a half Benedict. The restaurant is attractive and service at both dinner and breakfast was good. As for the food, we have actually been more impressed with some of the Happy Hour specials.
I have always enjoyed the Boulevard Kitchen & Oyster Bar having been for business lunches many times. Both the food and service are exceptional, which also makes this restaurant an exceptional value. I would recommend this restaurant for business or social occasions.
Although it was new years day and therefore a hectic brunch buffet time, it is still not OK to bring a cappuccino when a latte was ordered. Or to bring cream and sugar when it was specifically refused. Or to resort to stacking one's second plate of food atop the first, dirty one.
The food was deliciously prepared, but some of the fruit was unripe. I suggest the chef taste that too, before serving it.
Though the food was delicious, I was unhappy with the fact that the regular menu was not available. The online breakfast menu was replaced with a special New Year's buffet at double the price - a surprise that was not budgeted for. I think Open Table should be able to note menu changes in the booking app.
The food was quite good but very expensive. Granted we were there on Christmas day for lunch. However, $50.00 for Smoked Salmon Eggs Benny is a bit much even on Christmas Day. Anything extra was charged as well, $3.00 for extra hollandaise. Pretty good, but nothing exceptional.
Service was top-notch. Room is nice without being too precious..Oyster selection from the fresh bar was excellent with good presentation and accoutrements. Beet Salad was particularly special with very good Burrata cheese, small heirloom tomatoes, mandarin orange slices and walnuts creating all kinds of interesting flavours
Stayed at the Sutton, first met a friend for happy hour and then moved to restaurant to meet a different group of friends for dinner, I love the restaurant has different atmospheres based on where you are seated, I have been in the cigar area for happy hour in the past too. Service is excellent, they are fast, efficient and non interfering, I'm not one for fake chit chat, although other guests were chatting away with the bartender, seems like they get a good read on guests. Food was great, nothing world changing but classic delicious flavours.
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