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The menu of locally sourced pub food includes panko-breaded portobello fries with sun-dried aioli ($9.95), buttermilk fried chicken with housemade corn bread and mashed potatoes ($11.95), quinoa burgers with red-pepper-and-mint aioli ($9.95), and new york steak sandwiches with garlic bread, smothered in mushrooms and onion ($14.95).
After embarking on storied and successful careers of running hip gastropubs and penning celebrated restaurant management guides, entrepreneurs Kyle Polanski and Chris Parry sought to liven up a lonely stretch of Fraser with an inviting neighbourhood gastropub filled with inventive, locally sourced cuisine. Under the guidance of Head Chef Kelly Maley, Fray's food experts whip up one-of-a-kind dishes from regional produce, from towering stacks of lightly breaded portobello fries, to plates of wild-caught Pacific salmon garnished with BC nugget potatoes. Hearty Angus-beef burgers populate the dinner menu, while the brunch roster catalogs cornflake-crusted french toast and pulled pork poached eggs. An impressive beer and wine list complements the smorgasbord of upscale diner cuisine with an ample selection of craft beers and wines from British Columbia.
A fun-loving, friendly irreverence permeates the lively brewpub and café, with complementary board games for enjoying the time before the food arrives. There's even a "grown-up activity sheet" that updates children's fun-time placemats with mazes, dot-to-dot pictures, and checkbook balancing puzzles.
This place is the best time. The Portobello fries are the bomb!Diana L., 7/19/12
The food is great. Service is awesome. Music is top-notch. It truly has a 'neighbourhood' feel.Tara M., 12/3/12
3980 Fraser St.
Vancouver, British Columbia V5V 4E4Get Directions