Open: Mon-Thu: 11:30am - 2pm to 5:30pm - 10pm; Fri: 11:30am - 2pm to 5:30pm - 10:30pm; Sat: 5:30pm - 10:30pm; Sun: Closed
100-909 Burrard, Vancouver BC, Canada
Nestled beneath an understated green awning off of Smithe and Burrard is Le Crocodile restaurant. For over 30 years, chef and owner Michel Jacob has created one of Vancouver's most memorable dining experiences, serving up Alsatian regional dishes in luxurious surroundings. Open for lunch and dinner five days a week, and for dinner on Saturdays, Le Crocodile's knowledgeable staff provides impeccable service in this fine dining environment.
Experience both West Coast-inspired dishes such as Trio de Saumon Tartare, Fumé et Style Côte-Ouest (B.C. salmon three ways tartar, smoked and candied West Coast style) as well as traditional French fare including Poêlée de Cuisses de Grenouilles à l’Ail, Beurre Ciboulette (garlic sautéed frog's legs, chive butter sauce and tomato fondant) off of the extensive à la carte, set, and chef's tasting menus. Over the years, Le Crocodile has won numerous restaurant awards, including seven Georgia Straight Golden Plate Awards for Best French Restaurant.
In addition, Jacob has cooked for some famous people including former Prime Minister Jean Chrétien, actor Jack Nicholson, director Steven Spielberg, and model Cindy Crawford.
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