Tour de Feast – Brunch
Tour de Feast is a tiny little French restaurant on the North Shore. Now that I think about it… most French restaurants that I know are tiny.
In any case, Tour de Feast has been on my list of places to visit for brunch for a long time. We actually drove by it a few times previously, but it’s really easy to miss.
The interior is fairly minimalistic… but you’re really here for the food. If you’re coming for brunch, it’s best to come early because it gets busy around 11am.
Our brunch included a side salad with golden beets and a mustardy dressing which gave it a pungent kick that contrasted the fresh greens.
The Dungeness Crab Benny ($17) was on the daily fresh sheet and included two thick strips of crispy bacon. The crab was super yummy, as was the sauce.
I ordered the Cassoulet ($14.50) which is a type of casserole with organic white navy beans, weisswurst sausage, lardon bacon, Swiss, confit pork, and carrots.
This dish was super cheesy and I loved the two soft poached eggs. Everything worked with this dish… the thick bacon, the tender sausage,… I’m looking at these pictures right now and I’m in serious withdrawal.
Definitely a great spot for brunch!
319 Mountain Highway
North Vancouver, BC
Posted on April 6, 2016, in Brunch, French, Restaurant Review and tagged Brunch, Cassoulet, Dungeness Crab Benny, Food, French, Lynnmour, North Vancouver, restaurant review. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.