Vancouver’s newest entertainment complex, Parq Vancouver, is home to eight on-site restaurants. One of which is Honey Salt, a contemporary farm-to-table bistro with an emphasis on locally and regionally sourced ingredients.
Honey Salt brings a bit of Las Vegas to Parq Vancouver as Honey Salt’s first location is off the strip in Vegas. The restaurant is a venture between husband and wife duo restauranteur Elizabeth Blau and Chef Kim Canteenwalla.
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What We Tried
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I had the nonalcoholic Sweet Tea ($5) which was essentially an iced tea.
Next, we had the Oceanwise Fish & Chips ($18) featuring Haida Gwaii rockfish, smashed peas and tartar sauce. A classic dish to have on the menu to cater to general audience, but it wasn’t particularly memorable for me. I thought the batter could have been crispier. David and I did found the fries with aioli dip good and more appetizing than the fish itself.
We finished our visit by trying the signature Society Chocolate & Banana Cake ($12) – a social media darling. It’s a sizable slice of cake (bigger than my hand!) with caramelized bananas, milk chocolate mousse
I thought the cake was wonderfully moist and not overly decadent but still very satisfying. It was melt-in-your-mouth delicious with all the luscious banana and
I enjoyed the Society cake much more than David (he loves cocktails, I love my cake – to each their own!).
Honey Salt has quite an extensive menu offering (breakfast, lunch, dinner, Happy Hour, afternoon tea, and so forth) and on this visit we didn’t order enough for a good tasting of what they have to offer. I’d be interested in trying their other menus in the future.
For now, I’d recommend to Society Chocolate & Banana Cake for people who love desserts. It really is good. Rating: 3.5/5