Cassis Bistro is the quintessential French Bistro experience on the west coast combining tapas style traditional dishes in a contemporary atmosphere. Widely praised for its award winning value for money food and wine experience. Now serving Brunch at the weekends.
Quelle surprise to find honest, no-frills French bistro fare on a stretch of Pender dotted with decaying storefronts and $10-a-night hostels. At Cassis, the duck à l’orange ($18.50) and the impossibly tender daube de boeuf ($18) are so French they capitulate as soon as they touch the fork. The wines are cheap and cheerful, the service is friendly, and the skinny patio hidden in the alley is fat... more
French home cooking meets downtown chic at this good-value bistro, where the high ceilings and rough wooden floors give the space a stripped-down, loftlike feel. Highlights of the French regional menu are garlicky bouillabaisse, bright with orange peel and brimming with fresh fish; salade niçoise updated with thinly sliced ahi carpaccio; and coq au vin made with free-range chicken. More... more
Cassis used to be an interesting place to eat with a great atmosphere. The new ownership is failing in every possible way so I would expect it to be out of business or under new ownership again soon. Service is terrible, tables are way to big to provide any intimacy, food is average. The chicken sandwich of the day was basic deli meat on a nice piece of bread and at $15 a complete rip off! Tim... more
*** VERY VERY DISAPPOINTED!!! ***I called more than a week ago to have a table reserved. The guy answered very politely and with pride and confidence, that for the $38 DOV (Dine Out Vancouver) menu, we can choose "ANYTHING" on their menu, even the most expensive dishes, absolutely without any condition and limitation. The guy continued, he said they want their customers to be happy and just... more
Just got seated at Cassis Bistro tonight and found that they changed their regular menu: taken out ALL the good stuff on their website menu and just leaving all the cheap items like soup and pasta of the day, salad for you to choose from. I only see 4 choices of each course available. After I came back home and check on their website again, I found that they are using their lunch menu as their... more