Eat well with Nosh's high-quality grab-and-go options

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      Newly opened in the old Mistral spot at 2585 West Broadway, Nosh is a casual 28-seat café with some high-quality grab-and-go options. Executive chef John Ly—formerly at North Vancouver’s Pier 7 Restaurant + Bar—prepares dishes sous vide and offers them vacuum-packed, so you can store a bag in your fridge and reheat it by boiling it in water. A serving of short ribs, pork shoulder (rotisserie), or duck confit, for example, costs $9 (or $14 with side orders of root vegetables and greens). Besides eat-in, the café also offers traditional hot takeout meals and specializes in rotisserie chicken; call ahead (604-558-1087) to order other whole roasts.


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      we go pancakes house

      Feb 22, 2013 at 6:18pm

      uh, major correction - the options you refer to as being $9 are in fact $14. not much of a jump though, eh?

      Martin Dunphy

      Feb 22, 2013 at 7:20pm

      I'm thinking the error probably came from seeing the short-rib sandwich at $9.

      I'm equally sure that no one was attempting to fool anyone into travelling there under false expectations.

      The article has been corrected. Thanks for the catch!

      Carolyn Ali

      Feb 23, 2013 at 8:50am

      Both $9 and $14 are correct, but they're for different things. According to the restaurant owner, the grab-and-go servings of sous-vide meat are $9. The $14 menu price refers to the take-out option that includes veggies and sides. It's confusing, but I've adjusted the text and hope that's clear now.

      Alison P

      Feb 25, 2013 at 10:52am

      Sounds delicious and convenient. Thanks for the review.