The pandemic has been hard for many types of businesses across Canada. But the persistence of local entrepreneurs has enabled the survival of many beloved restaurants that are now welcoming us back into the “new normal”.
Such a company is Palace Kitchen which opened on West Hastings Street in Vancouver the week before the global shutdown in March 2020. One of Pallet roasters seven pitches, Palace Kitchen welcomes guests to its beautiful downtown heritage building and offers them mouth-watering new items.
Brunch and lunch are available from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday to Friday and from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on weekends and holidays.
Highlights on the brunch and lunch menu include the Kefta Skillet – Moroccan meatballs and two poached eggs on a bed of homemade tomato sauce and olives served in a skillet with a side of sourdough bread. The Aroma Steak and Tiger Prawn Peri Peri, a 5 oz. filet mignon, two spiced shrimp, creamy yam mash, herb gnocchi in olive oil and rosemary jus.
The menu also includes the famous French toast – think fried cinnamon toast, mascarpone praline, seasonal berries, ginger crumbs and meringue, topped with caramel sauce (someone else drooling again?).
An extensive menu of coffee palettes, mimosas and cocktails is available to add a little something extra to your meal. Personally, we love the sound of butterfly pea tea margarita – tequila, Cointreau, fresh lime juice, egg whites and butterfly pea tea ice cubes.
The bright and airy heritage building is also the perfect setting for weddings, anniversaries and corporate events, with professional staff on hand to ensure guests have a memorable dining experience.
As many workers return to their desks, Pallet Kitchen is also offering a new take-out bar-style cafe (open 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.) for those who need a quick bite to eat on the way to work or during their break. lunch. .
The Pallet Coffee Roasters business also manages wholesale partnerships with cafes, restaurants and businesses across Canada – under the expert guidance of the company’s experts, these outlets serve and sell Palette coffee. He also has a online shopfeaturing specialty coffee and tea, merchandise, espresso machines, gift cards and more – the perfect gift for a loved one or Vancouver souvenir.