The Village Table – Brunch on the Outskirts of Deep Cove

The thing that I don’t enjoy about Deep Cove is the parking. If you try to head here during the weekend, the place is packed and almost impossible to find parking. It’s too bad because I miss the enormous, greasy doughnuts from Honey Doughnuts.

Anyways, we gave up on parking and headed back down Dollarton Highway and found a little mini mall where The Village Table is located. This restaurant is quite narrow but extends back fairly deep.

The NW Seafood Chowder ($7) with market fish, bay shrimps, and clams arrived molten hot in a deep bowl. The soup had a bit of a spicy kick to it and had a pleasantly creamy texture.


The VT Duck Spring Rolls ($15) were very meaty… almost too meaty. Comprised of duck confit, sautéed cabbage, and julienne carrots, the spring rolls had a good crispiness to the exterior and was accompanied by a sweet chili and honey Grand Marnier dipping sauce.

Their Limonada HierbaBuena ($5) was a slushy and refreshing drink made of homemade lemonade and mint.


The Village Hash ($14) came served with 2 free-range poached eggs (runny yolks), strips of chorizo sausage, sautéed peppers and red onions, then topped with house-made hollandaise and served over hash browns. The potatoes were really good and had a nice crispness to the exterior.


If you can’t find parking in Deep Cove, try stopping by the Dollarton Village and checking out the Village Table.

437 Dollarton Hwy North
North Vancouver, BC

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Posted on April 25, 2015, in Breakfast, Brunch, Restaurant Review and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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