Prix Fixe

Prix Fixe and Tasting Menus
at Vancouver Restaurants

I love to eat but when you go into a restaurant and order an appetizer, main and dessert, it’s ca’ching ca’ching and before you know it, my wallet is empty.  So, to that end, I’ve compiled a list of restaurant that have prix fixe menus.  Since the prix fixe menus change update often, just click on the restaurant name to access the menu.  If I’ve missed any, let me know.  Some of these prix fixe menus may not be available during the DINE OUT VANCOUVER FESTIVAL.  This list will be updated on a regular basis as I find more restaurants offering prix fixe meals.


AFGAN HORSEMEN: (Outside of Granville Island):
Vegetarian Platter for Two: $43.95
Vegan Platter for Two: $43.95
Horsemen’s Special Platter for Two: $53.95
Kebab Platter Delight for Two: $56.95

ANNA LENA: (Kitsilano):
Tasting Menu $74, optional wine pairing $54

ABSINTHE BISTRO (Commercial Drive)
2 courses for $39
3 courses for $48
Menu for the day is updated on the website at 1pm

BANANA LEAF (Kitsilano) (3005 West Broadway): Those tasting menus are offered by most locations, prices might vary
Lunch: 7 course tasting menu: $20 per person
Dinner: 11 course tasting menu: $43 per person
Taste of Malaysia: 7 course: $23 per person – wine pairing $14 per person or $24 for two people
9 course: $33 per person wine pairing $18 per person or $32 for two people

BAUHAUS (Gastown)
four courses for 79 / six courses for 99
wine pairing 54 / 70

3 courses $39
STARTER – Soup du Jour OR Pastis Country Paté, chutney & crostini
MAIN – Beef Bourguignon OR Crisp Duck Confit Cassoulet, OR Scallops & Prawns, DESSERT- Crème Brulée OR Lemon Tart

Add $10 to a main to get a three course – details on site as to choices of starters and dessert
Join their E-Club to be informed when they hold wine/beer pairing dinners from $70 – $130

THE BOTANIST (Coal Harbour)
$108 tasting menu for entire table

LA BUCA (Point Gray)
5 course chef’s menu: 70/person
“Alla famiglia” family style dining for 6 or more: 65/person

BURDOCK & CO: Family sharing menu: $65 per person

cacao (Kitsilano)
10 course tasting menu on Tuesdays – $65

Table d’hote $35

3 courses for $38

Sunday – Thursdays: 3 courses for $32

3 courses for reasonable price, available daily after 3pm.  Ask your server for details

Chef’s Tasting Menu – $85

DARK TABLE (Kitsilano) – dining in total darkness
2 courses for $36
3 courses for $42

DIVA AT THE MET (Metropolitan Hotel) (Downtown)
Three courses for $45

EAST IS EAST: Our signature tasting menu, the Chai Feast is served with your selection of soup, salad and any two main dishes. It comes with boulani, hot chutney, Afghan and basmati rice. You may choose more of the same or different dishes throughout your meal to complete your journey – NO PRICE ON WEBSITE

Tasting Menu $65, optional wine pairing $45

FEDERICO’S SUPPER CLUB (Commercial Drive) – reservations after 7pm may have a small show fee as there is live entertainment and dancing
Wed-Sun, Saturday and Sunday are only pre fixe
3 courses appetizer, pasta/main, dessert $45/person
4 courses appetizer, pasta, main, dessert $58/person
Read my review – A most enchanted evening at Federico’s Supper Club during Dine Out 2013

FIVE SAILS (Coal Harbour)
5 courses: $98 per person for the whole table, optional wine pairing $57

GRUB: (Main Street):
Add $14 to any main for a three course

HAWKSWORTH (Downtown) – Updated Nov 11/2019
Hawksworth Restaurant Prix Fixe Menu is priced at $45 ($70 with wine pairings) and is available Sunday to Thursday.

($110 / $185 with wine flight) If I was told I only had one more day to live, my last meal would be at HAWKSWORTH because every aspect of the meal is just executed flawlessly and each bite makes you feel one step closer to foodie heaven.  And if you’re a wine affectionado, shake the last pennies out of your pocket and have the wine flight, you won’t regret it.  My review – An incurable epicurean’s degustation birthday feast of gastronomical proportions at Hawksworth Restaurant.

Every Sunday year-round, leave the cooking to H2 and enjoy a three-course chicken dinner with all the fixings. The menu includes: warm olive bread; H2’s famed house rotisserie Maple Hill Farms chicken with mashed potato, grilled asparagus, honey roasted carrots, mini challah bun and gluten-free chicken gravy; and, for dessert, a choice of Eton Mess, chocolate peanut-butter bar, New York-style cheesecake, s’mores skillet or apple-peach crumble. $31 per person (two-person minimum)

JOE FORTES: (Downtown)
Sun-Thurs: 3 Courses for $45.95

Lunch special: 2 courses for $29 / Dinner special: 3 courses for $35

KINGYO: (Westend)
Lunch: Deluxe Bento Box: $21

KOSOO: (Westend)
Lunch 10 courses – no price on website, but my friend said that she came here before for just under $30, call restaurant to find out exact price
Dinner: 9 courses

The Whole Entire Menu -12 courses (I assume whole table has to participate): $66

MASA: (Kitsilano)
Lunch: Many sets starting from 2 pieces for $10.95 to 4 courses for $16.95
Lunch: Many sets starting from 2 pieces for $12.95 to 4 courses for $29.95

MAENAM (Kitsilano)
Chef’s tasting menu for $58 per person – whole table must participate
Chef’s vegetarian tasting menu for $52
3 course wine pairing – 3 oz pours $25 per person
3 course wine paring – 5 oz pours – $35 per person

MAK N MING: (Kitsilano)
Chef Tasting Menu: $83

MILESTONES: (All locations)
Date night Wednesday: two can dine for $50 – one appy, two mains, one dessert plus $5 off bottles of wines on Wednesdays

6 course tasting menu for $95
Sake pairing $35

OBSERVATORY: (Grouse Mountain):
5-Course Prix Fixe Tasting Menu includes wine pairings- $130 per person + tax/gratuity

OCEANS 999 (Pan Pacific) (Coal Harbour)
Saturday night Italian opera buffet – opera singers & a great buffet for $57

3 courses for $28 at lunch
3 courses for $38
Sometimes they have 8 tasting courses for graduating students dinner: $235
Read my review – FromNovice Cooks to Culinary Geniuses

$42 three course seasonal menu available every night

THE PEAR TREE: (Downtown):
Seasonal Table Hote – 3 courses – no price on menu

LA PENTOLA (Yaletown)
5 courses $60
6 courses $70
Enjoy a 10+ course dinner famigilia style for just $65 the last Sunday of every month.  Read my review here – Please Forgive Me,but La Pentola Della Quercia’s 10 Course La Famiglia Supper is better than My Mamma’s Home Cooked Meals

PIDGIN (Gastown)
Tasting menu $60 person, optional $45 wine pairing
$75 per person is available

Sunday night:  3 courses $35

PROVENCE (Yaletown)
Seasonal prix fixe dinners such as spot prawn festival, lobster fest.  Subscribe to their newsletter to stay in the loop

THE REEF (Several Locations)
A different 3 course meal featured every month for $32

Tuesday: $20 for 3 courses

ROYAL DINETTE (Coal Harbour)
Lunch: 2 courses for $30 (starter & main)
Dinner: Family Style selection of dishes- $65 per person + optional Wine Pairing ($45 or $65 / guest)
3 courses $29
optional wine pairing: $25

SEASONS IN THE PARK: (Queen Elizabeth Park):
Sunday Night Prime Rib 3 course dinner: $42.50

SORELLA (Kitsilano)
Family-style dining for the whole table: $65 per person – antipasti + pastas + secondi & contorni + desserts

SUIKA: (Kitsilano)
Lunch: Deluxe Suika Makunouchi Box – $20
Dinner: Deluxe Suika Box with 9 pieces – $14.80

SUPER HIRO’S:  (Kitsilano)
Omasake tasting menu – no price on website, but in May 2018 on the website it was $100 per person

LA TERRAZA: (Yaletown):
Has several prix fixe menus starting from $58.88 to $88.88 but not sure if this is for groups only

WATER STREET CAFE: Sunday night: $35 three course

WEST (South Granville)
Sunday to Thursday: $39
Friday/Saturday available until 6pm
Chef Seven Course Tasting Menu: $98
Vegetarian Seven Course Tasting Menu $85

YEW SEAFOOD + BAR: (Downtown):
Choice of 5 items $84
Choice of 7 items $104
Choice of 9 items $114

WHITE SPOT (Updated June 7/19)
At White Spot, make your next meal a three-course dinner with Nat’s Triple Dinners at White Spot. Order your choice of entrée and add a side Caesar OR The Spot’s salad, plus a mini hot fudge brownie, for just $5 more.



Editor in Chief of Fabulously Frugal in Vancouver.

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