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On my second visit for the event, Street Food City II, at Vancouver Art Gallery, Collin and I tried a few things from multiple trucks. Since he wanted to have brunch, I suggested we go to this truck, Yolk’s Breakfast. When we were in line, I noticed a famous food blogger, Mijune-san, was in front of us. We talked to her, and she recommended their special dish.

Yolk's Breakfast in Vancouver

When I looked at their website at the night before, there was a picture of this special dish, but I couldn’t find it on their menu, and now I understand why I couldn’t! Although I wanted to have pancakes, we went for the special, since Mijune-san suggested.

Free-range Fried Chicken + Waffles with Gravy + Syrup

Free-range Fried Chicken + Waffles with Gravy + Syrup at Yolk's Breakfast in Vancouver

I’m not a fan of mixing savory and sweet taste together, but I liked this one. Well, Collin didn’t. So, you’re gonna find out if you like or not.

Yolk's Breakfast in Vancouver Yolk's Breakfast in Vancouver

You can check where they are or when they open for special events at the app.

(All pictures taken by iPhone)

Yolk’s Breakfast

Address: Dunsmuir at Beatty Street, Vancouver, B.C. (map)
(Location varied depending on days. See below.)
TEL: 604-441-9655
Facebook: page
Twitter: @YolksBreakfast
Urbanspoon: page

Breakfast/Lunch/Brunch (winter hours)
[Thu – Fri] 8:30 – 13:30 @Dunsmuir at Beatty
[Sat] 10:00 – 15:00 @Nat Bailey Farmers Market (map)
[Sun] 10:00 – 14:00 @Dunsmuir at Beatty
*Closed: Mondays to Wednesdays. Available for private bookings.
Event schedule: check on the app

Price Note
– Free-range Fried Chicken + Waffles with Gravy + Syrup $8.95

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Right after all menus for Dine Out Vancouver was revealed on the site, I told my friends to take a look at it. I picked a few where I wanted to go and discussed with them where to go. The conversation went on and on, because the site was not easy to narrow your search, unless you know where you want to go and see the menu. This restaurant wasn’t originally picked, but because one of my friends said she really liked it when she went twice in the past and also they offered the same Dine Out menu for lunch with $18, we decided to go.

Seasons in the Park is located in Queen Elizabeth Park, which is in the centre of Vancouver resident area. Although Vancouver has a lot of raining in winter, it was clear a bit on that day so that we were able to see some view of Vancouver downtown and North Shore mountains from the restaurant.

We all ordered from their Dine Out menu.

Complimentary Bread

Bread at Seasons in the Park in Vancouver

Butter come with Bread at Seasons in the Park in Vancouver

Beef Carpaccio
(Micro Basil, Pickled Beets, Truffle Aioli, Ricotta Cheese)

Beef Carpaccio at Seasons in the Park in Vancouver

We all ordered the same appy. I took time to choose though, as the entree was also beef. Unfortunately, this carpaccio was a bit bland to us. I probably would have appreciated if there was more dressing or salt and pepper.

Grilled Steelhead Salmon
(Herb Salad, Braised Lentils, Double Smoked Bacon, Truffle Oil)

Grilled Steelhead Salmon at Seasons in the Park in Vancouver

Braised Beef Short Ribs
(Gremolata, Roasted Onions, Potato Puree)

Braised Beef Short Ribs at Seasons in the Park in Vancouver

Vanilla Gelato
(Amaretto Anglaise, Chilled Espresso, Biscotti)

Vanilla Gelato at Seasons in the Park in Vancouver

Hazelnut Chocolate Torte
(Banana Puree, Whipped Sour Cream)

Hazelnut Chocolate Torte at Seasons in the Park in Vancouver

Both desserts were quite sweet. I asked the server to pack half of them.

And, extra picture of view from the restaurant.

View from Seasons in the Park in Vancouver

Overall, it was good food with $18. Even my friend, who liked this restaurant, wasn’t so satisfied this time. Within the same group of the company, I liked Dine Out food at The Sandbar last year more than this.

Want to see more pictures for this restaurant? click here.

Seasons in the Park

Address: West 33rd Avenue at Cambie Street, Vancouver, B.C. (map)
(At Queen Elizabeth Park)
TEL: 604-874-8008
Twitter: @SeasonsInQEPark
Urbanspoon: page
Opentable: reservation?

Lunch/Dinner/Brunch/Dessert
[Mon – Sat] 11:30 – 22:00
[Sun] 10:30 – 22:00

Menu for Dine Out Vancouver

Dine Out menu at Seasons in the Park in Vancouver

Price Note
–┬áDine Out Vancouver 3-course $18.00 for lunch

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I was going hiking on a weekend, but I couldn’t plan well in advance. I looked for where I can go instead, and I decided to go to Queen Elizabeth Park. It is located in the centre of Vancouver resident area. After walking around, I wanted to stop by this restaurant for a coffee break.

Seasons in the Park is located in Queen Elizabeth Park, and you can see some nice view of Vancouver downtown and North Shore mountains from the restaurant.

I ordered from their dessert menu.

Somewhat, bread came. ­čÖé It was warm.

Bread at Seasons in the Park in Vancouver

Coffee

Coffee at Seasons in the Park in Vancouver

Sunburnt Lemon Pie, which the server recommended.

Sunburnt Lemon Pie at Seasons in the Park in Vancouver

And, extra pictures of the restaurant and some view

Seasons in the Park in Vancouver Seasons in the Park in Vancouver
Patio at Seasons in the Park in Vancouver Patio at Seasons in the Park in Vancouver

Want to see more pictures for this restaurant? click here.

Seasons in the Park

Address: West 33rd Avenue at Cambie Street, Vancouver, B.C. (map)
(At Queen Elizabeth Park)
TEL: 604-874-8008
Twitter: @SeasonsInQEPark

Lunch/Dinner/Brunch
[Mon – Sat] 12:00 – 22:00
[Wed – Thu] 12:00 – 14:00, 17:00 – 22:00
[Fri – Sun] 11:00 – 22:00

Price Note
– Sunburnt Lemon Pie $8.00
– Coffee $2.50

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