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About Edible Canada at the Market
Edible Canada at the Market is a full service bistro, focusing on new Canadian cuisine. Unpretentious, welcoming and accessible, we celebrate the best food, wine, beer and spirits from across Canada. Our open kitchen, 150 seat bistro features a private dining space, expansive patio and take-out window for tasty bites and Salt Spring Coffee to go. We are open daily for lunch and dinner, plus weekend brunch.
Vancouver, BC V6H 3R9
Hours of Operation:
Brunch: Monday - Friday: 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Brunch: Saturday & Sunday: 9:00m - 4:00pm
Sunday - Thursday day: 5:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Friday - Saturday: 5:00 pm - 9:00 pm
CAN$30 and under
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
At our popular Market Dinners, guests enjoy a multicourse seasonally inspired dinner prepared right in front of your eyes. Our sommelier chooses select and often rare BC and Canadian wine, beer and spirits to pair with your meal, and guests are offered a 10% discount in the Edible Canada Retail Store and on future tours booked at the event. Since the goal of the evening is just to relax and enjoy the experience, we will email you a copy of the recipes and wine pairings from the night
There is a mix of paid and free parking on Granville Island. Edible Canada has recently partnered with Powertech to install the first Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Level 2 charger on Granville Island.
Free Parking after 7pm.
#50 False Creek
False Creek Ferry
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Chef's Table, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Edible Canada at the Market Ratings and Reviews
Every dish was absolutely fabulous. From the starters (piccata, tomato soup and roasted cauliflower & Brussels sprouts), to the mains (duck poutine, arugula salad & falafal) everything was perfectly cooked. The duck itself was done to perfection. Great place for a casual meal with friends.
Thank you for a fantastic lunch experience. We were hosting a friend from out of town and the location, food and service made it a wonderful outing for all of us. A special shout out to our server who was attentive, made great suggestions, friendly and fun. He even took multiple great photos of us! Thank you!
Last night in Canada, so thought we would try something a bit different. Lovely friendly and helpful staff but very average decor and ambience. Tried the "authentic" Canadian Poutine. Well I will
Let you into a little secret - back home in England, we call this gravy and chips - available at every fish and chip shop take away - with a few bits of duck strip thrown in. 4 dollars max. mate. Daughter had a pretty ordinary burger - no different to one like we have had all over Canada for about 13 dollars. My son had a few small strips of chicken coated in breadcrumb? (Don't worry Southern USA - your fast food buckets won't be troubled) all in all, I couldn't help feeling someone is having a laugh at vast expense (mine!)
Summary- great staff and service- food average and overpriced.
After two very enjoyable meals at Edible Canada, I feel like this is one of Vancouver's most under rated restaurants. While my parents were visiting we out quite a bit and I have to say our meal at Edible Canada was the highlight. I really love the ambiance, and the service is always super friendly and accommodating, and not in a fake way. And we had to double check the bill at the end because it seemed surprisingly low. Top notch value.
We shared the roasted cauliflower & brussel sprouts, the tuna tostada, the heirloom tomatoe salad, and a side of grilled salmon between 2 people. Also gave tasters to others at our table and it was too much. Could have shared 2 or 3 plates. Food was delicious and our waitress was quite friendly and prompt with our food. The rest of the table also thoroughly enjoy their meals.
Such divine food!! The side of grilled salmon was a bit too dry, though. We ate that, the hummus plate, the falafel plate, the cod pakoras and the Brussels sprouts- all fabulous! For dessert we did the PB panna cotta and the lavender rum hot chocolate. So yummy!
I'd been looking forward to eating at this restaurant for months! The menu looks fantastic and we wanted to sample as much as we could. We were running late but I called and they were happy to push our reso back 30 min. She sat us as soon as we got there. Our server came over right away and asked if we wanted drinks. My husband was still looking at the list so she said she'd give us a few minutes. Ten minutes later we place our order. We realised as she walked away that we should have ordered our appies too cos it was ages before she came back (resto was busy but not crazy). I got their white Negroni because I was liked that they used a housemade amaro. Not only was it tiny ($12 for 1.5 oz), all I could taste was the amaro. When she finally checked on us, we each ordered an appy & a share plate, thinking we might share a main after. Food was just okay. Tuna tostada, heirloom tomato salad, beet & Kale salad and roasted cauli with Brussels sprouts . Tuna was the best dish of the 4. Tomatoes didn't look (or taste!) like any heirloom i've had before, kale salad had maybe one small beet cut into wedges. Roasted cauli was very lighted roasted; Brussels were hard. We decided no thank you to another dish altho apparently so had our server; after another wait, on her way to dealing with another table, plopped down a dessert menu. Never asked if we wanted another drink. The service I can ignore cos whatever, everyone has a bad night, but the quality of food was sooo disappointing. I guess they get so many tourists, they can cut corners.
This was one of our favorite go to places in Vancouver over the years and we don't know what has happened. The patio area looked liked it hadn't seen a broom in days as there was paper, food and debris on the brick work. The food quality has gone down hill, some items arrived either undercooked or burnt. Our fries with our burger were the last remints of what was in the bottom of the fryer basket. We arrived at 1650 for a 1700 reservation we were given drink menus and when we asked for a dinner menu and told we couldn't have it till 1700 when the kitchen opened, it was only ten minutes so we could have glanced over it also its their display board at their entrance so its no big secret. We were celebrating a birthday (mentioned this when I made the Open Table reservation) and no effort at all, possibly the hostess didn't pass on the information to the server. Our sever had a very big section to work with and was busy he was the only saving grace to the dinning experience. It will be hard for us to go back and recommend. Feeling very disappointed and let down.
I've been here many times and really enjoyed everything - the food, the service, the ambience. Unfortunately, this last time we went late on a Sunday and they had run out of almost everything on the menu - oysters, salmon and the specials on the daily fresh sheet (I wonder why we were even given the fresh sheet in the first place). Our server told us that this happens often on a Sunday. So...maybe do something about it? Get more food or close early, so people don't make reservation expecting to be able to order what they see on your online menu. Quite a disappointment. The Persephone IPA on tap was divine, though.
Had a very nice first-time experience. It was a pre-show dinner in celebration of a birthday. The food was very tasty - falafel dinner, tomato salad & lamb meatballs. Service was attentive & friendly. It was a bonus to find out that we got 15% off the menu as pre-theatre patrons. Would do it again! Perfect weather for the patio.
The food was good except the gluten free bread used on my hamburger was poor. With all the gluten free bread products on the market I would have expected something much better. We all felt that the menu was too limited. More variety and more daily specials would help make this restaurant a place you'd like to keep coming back to.
We sat on the patio, which was just right for a fairly warm day. Tried the poutine, as reviews were excellent. It was good, fries tasted a bit like they'd been cooked in old/stale fat - duck, gravy, cheese were excellent ... and meatballs, arugula salad were also both excellent. This place will be on our "go again" list!
We were totally enchanted by the creativity of the menu. The servers were outstanding, and they accommodated fairly challenging array of dietary needs. We also stopped in at the made in Canada shop when we were done, and dropped $45 on amazing food to go. Total gy creativity of the menu. The servers were outstanding, and they accommodated a fairly challenging array of dietary needs. We also stopped in at the made in Canada shop when we were done, and dropped $45 on amazing food to go. Total gem.
The food was out of this world. This is our new favourite restaurant. My husband had the lamb meatballs and couldn't stop raving about the guajillo tomato sauce; he is Mexican and said it tasted like home. I had the eggs Benedict and it was a delicious, classic Benedict. We split the challah French toast - amazing. Great service, we went with our 1.5 year old and sat on the patio, it was beautiful. Love this place.
I had the kale salad and found the kale pretty, hmm, chewy. Could have used some massaging. When I make kale salad I cut it finer and I think that makes it more digestible. The dressing was terrific and, overall, I enjoyed my meal. The humous was outstanding! A good size plate and extremely flavourful.
Good coffee, too. I'l definitely be back.
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