Seasons in the Park (QE) – Winter Sunshine + Dine Out
We had joy, we had fun, we had Seasons in the sun… See what I did there?
The sun was brightly shining in late December so we decided to take in the view at Queen Elizabeth Park. Located on what was once known as Little Mountain, this natural peak of Vancouver offers tremendous views of the city as well as a top-notch restaurant called Seasons in the Park.
While we were waiting for our meals to arrive, we enjoyed a couple of glasses of Lemonade.
The QE Burger with fries ($15 + $2 for the added bacon) had a super thick and juicy patty.
The 10oz Pork Chop ($27) with 4-cheese mac n’ cheese was served with a mango and green apple chutney. The pork chop was super tender.
We actually wound up coming back here during Dine Out Vancouver. However, since it was a Sunday, I decided to go for their Sunday Night Prime Rib Dinner instead. For $37.50, you get a three course dinner including mushroom soup and chocolate cake.
The puréed mushroom soup was quite good and tasted fresh.
The 10oz prime rib was cut thick and melted in my mouth. It was accompanied by mashed potatoes, veggies, and Yorkshire pudding. The only thing that I didn’t really enjoy was the Yorkshire pudding since it was kind of dry.
My dinner finished off with the chocolate cake and I have to say that my meal was really good.
If you get a chance to eat here on Sunday, don’t hesitate to order the Sunday Night Prime Rib Dinner.
Queen Elizabeth Park
Posted on February 15, 2016, in Restaurant Review, West Coast and tagged Dine Out Vancouver 2016, Food, Mac and Cheese, Pork Chop, Prime Rib, Queen Elizabeth Park, restaurant review, Vancouver, West Coast. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.