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Choose from Four Options
- $17 for $35 worth of locally sourced cuisine for dinner for two
- $34 for $70 worth of dinner for four
- $12 for $25 worth of lunch for two
- $24 for $50 worth of lunch for four
Though the menu frequently changes, a sample lunch might include house-pickled Glen Valley beets with Goat’s Pride feta cheese ($7.95–$12.95) and ciabatta sandwiches with brined and roasted Rossdown Farms free-range turkey breast ($13.95). Dinner selections might include steamed mussels with house bacon ($14), roasted Gelderman Farms pork loins with maple-and-sweet-potato puree ($28), wild-salmon fillets ($26), or 6-ounce beef tenderloins ($30).
Seasonal 56 Restaurant
Seasonal 56 Restaurant's chef Adrian Beaty values the work of Fraser Valley's local farmers and producers so much that he often invites them to the restaurant to examine their craft or collaborate with them on new menu items. These interactions result in regularly changing seasonal menus featuring local ingredients including grains, root vegetables, duck, and lamb from nearby farmers and butchers such as Glorious Organics and Thiessen Farms. The eatery also employs knowledgeable servers that can expound on menu items such as locally crafted cheeses from Agassiz Farm House and Milner Valley Cheese. In keeping with the focus on access to local ingredients and merchants, Seasonal 56 Restaurant also offers Gumboot dinners that consist of family-style fixed-course meals featuring a guest producer, who contributes a special ingredient to each dish and leaves heartfelt love letters under each plate. Additionally, the restaurant’s proximity to its featured wineries, breweries, and farms enables diners to visit the source of their meal's components. The restaurant's retail section offers house-made seasonal fare, which diners can pick up to eat at home or feed their pet snowmen.
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