One of the most popular dishes at Dockside is the Ocean Wise Grilled Haida Gwaii Halibut ($36). As a lover of halibut dinner entrees, Dockside’s dish really hits the spot. The lusciously, tender and flaky halibut also had lemon-herb spaetzle, dungeness crab bisque, house pickled and roasted organic vegetables.
Although Dockside is known for their seafood, they have some fantastic meat options to satisfy the meat lover.
The Sticky Toffee Pudding ($12) is not to be missed. The pudding itself was rich, dense and moist and went well with the ginger gelato. The spiced caramel sauce was indulgent and very satisfying. It’s the kind of dessert that warms the soul.
My ideal three-course meal would be the Warm Fall Harvest Kale Salad, Ocean Wise Grilled Haida Gwaii Halibu and Coconut Milk Cheesecake.
Dockside Restaurant has some mouthwatering features this fall. Bring your family and friends to Dockside this season for dinner – you won’t be disappointed. Visit www.docksidevancouver.com/menu/dinner-menu/ to find out more.
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