Just a heads-up: if you get sick and need to cancel your reservation, they will call you up at home and threaten to charge you $50/person unless someone else takes your spot. This was our experience with The Pear Tree and, believe it or not, it did not make us want to re-book another reservation.
Fantastic food and great service. We mainly had the vegetarian options and though the portions were a bit small, everything was prepared so exquisitely, we didn't mind. Everything was fresh and it appeared each ingredient served a deliberate purpose for taste and visual appeal.
Very intimate setting.. Not ideal for children but they accommodated us as we had an early seating. Would definitely... more
I have been bugging my husband to eat at the Pear Tree for years. Well for our Anniversary he finally made reservations. The only one he could get was 7:30 so we arrived on time and were seated next to two couples all of us I very close to each other, even tho there was a table that could have had us on our own. I felt like I was dining out with strangers at my table. We ordered a drink a... more
I can sum this restaurant in two words "over rated" ! The menu is way too small ( I guess it matches the room). The food is mediocre, overall a boring, uninteresting experience.
i am a chef of 17 years and have worked in mainly five star and mitchelin starred restaurants in europe . My wife and i went to the restaurant and had the most excellent lobster cappuccino,Foie gras was spot on ,we will be returning this june and will certainly visit this restaurant,im not a food snob but i would reccomend thid to anyone with an educated pallet.
The Peer Tree is a French restaurant serving delicious delicacies from the French cuisine. Situated in Burnaby, this restaurant is a great place for fine dining. Call for reservations.
This award-winning restaurant in Burnaby specializes in an imaginative Pacific Northwest cuisine. The elegant menu is exquisitely prepared with local and regional ingredients. Try the lobster cappuccino, roast caribou with mashed potatoes, or tender seared scallops. Desserts are equally as succulent and may include a lemon tart topped with a lattice of caramelized sugar then garnished with... more