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The Chambar Belgian Restaurant offers classic cooking styles from Belgium and delicious, fresh local ingredients. The establishment is also committed to being a green business, making eating in Vancouver a delicious and eco-friendly experience.

What Makes The Chambar Belgian Restaurant of the Top Restaurants in Vancouver?
Chambar hopes to create a casual yet elegant dining experience, where anyone can come enjoy a high-end Belgian meal while feeling comfortable and welcome.

The restaurant’s fresh and innovative food is a pleasant mix of the classic tastes from Belgium and modern, Western Canadian ingredients.

At Chambar, you can get a full list of Belgian beers, from tripels and trappiste to witbier and lagers. An exceptional wine and cocktail list are also available.

In addition to high-end food and drink, Chambar is committed to the environment in Vancouver. Staff only uses eco-friendly cleaning products, biodegradable plastic alternatives and recycled paper.

Menus are printed with soy-basked ink, all paper is used to make server ordering pads and all glass, cans, cardboard and plastics are recycled. The restaurant is in the process of becoming a carbon neutral establishment.

What Kind of Food Can I Expect?
Chambar offers a small yet exquisite menu that packs many different offerings into the options, creating some of the best Belgian food in Vancouver and surrounding areas.

Popular small plates include tapas of charred octopus, avocado, pickled watermelon, serano ham, burrata and sun dried tomato, and sumac and fennel cured Arctic char in jalapeno vinaigrette.

Favorite larger entrees include battered, roasted and poached halibut with asparagus, mint and mustard sauce, and braised lamb shank with honey, figs and cinnamon.

What Is the Price Range?
Entrees at Chambar cost around $30, while dishes with mussels cost $22 and small plates cost from $13 to $18. Desserts cost $11.

Where Do I Find Chambar?
The Chambar Belgian Restaurant is located at 562 Beatty St., near cross streets Dunsmuir and Pender, in the Gastown neighborhood of Vancouver. The restaurant is open daily from 6 p.m. to midnight.

Where Can I Go For Something Completely Different?
For a night of seafood and sushi, head to Blue Water Cafe and Raw Bar on Hamilton Street in the Yaletown neighborhood of Vancouver. The restaurant, open daily until midnight, offers great service, fresh seafood and top-notch wines. Blue Water aims to be an establishment that expertly blends East and West.

 Posted on : September 18, 2013