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From OpenTable: The window-wrapped dining room offers unparalleled views of Vancouver, Stanley Park and the surrounding Burrard Inlet. The Salmon House is world renowned for its fresh seafood and comprehensive BC wine list; accentuated by breath-taking views, warm comfortable surroundings and native art decor.Do you own The Salmon House? Contact us to connect with your diners.
Panoramic views of Georgia Strait and Vancouver from a West Coast designed log house with native artifacts.The smell of cedar is enticing. West Coast menu with fresh wild seafood tastefully prepared together with excellent wine list and micro brews are A1. Best time to visit is an hour before dusk especially during fine summer weather.
My husband and I had dinner at the Salmon House, which was part of the "Dine Out Vancouver 2013". We had great food, good service and never felt rushed to leave to accommodate more people. I have been telling all my friends.
Have been to this place many times over its 35 years (albeit with different owners). The current owner idea is to be upmarket with the prices like the view (best in Vancouver). Unfortunately the food and service needs to be upmarket too, which previous owners trying to upmarket have struggled with - this one does too. The signature dishes have... more
Located high on the mountains of West Vancouver, this landmark offers locally inspired cuisine. The views of Burrard Inlet, Stanley Park and Downtown are spectacular. Chef Dan Atkinson is world-renowned for his creative flare and salmon creations such as Grilled Salmon Cake appetizer. The menu is heavy on alder-grilled items - Aldergrilled Wild Sockeye with extra dry gin martini butter. The... more
The window-wrapped dining room offers unparalleled views of Vancouver, Stanley Park and the surrounding Burrard Inlet . The Salmon House is world renowned for its fresh seafood and comprehensive BC wine list ; accentuated by breath-taking views, warm comfortable surroundings and native art decor.
Situated on a mountain, this Horseshoe Bay restaurant is decorated with artifacts crafted by Northwest Coast Native Americans and offers spectacular views of both Vancouver and English Bay. The unique West Coast cuisine is prepared over an open flame using green alder wood and features wild British Columbian salmon marinated in rum, cane sugar and dill and grilled to perfection. The... more