Why The Vancouver Nightingale Restaurant Is One Of The City’s Hotspots

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Vancouver Nightingale

While there is no doubt that Vancouver’s illustrious Hawksworth Restaurant is amazing, not everyone can afford the bill that comes after the meal. That’s where the Vancouver Nightingale comes in.

The menu at the downtown Nightingale restaurant is also brought to you by legendary chef David Hawksworth. Not only will patrons sample some of the finest regional cuisine on the market, but they will also enjoy a more relaxed, yet elegant decor.

Vancouver Nightingale

Photo: Nightingale / Facebook

Vancouver Nightingale

Photo: Nightingale / Facebook

Hawksworth Restaurant is all about fine dining, and the prices aren’t cheap. A main course, such as black peppered tuna tataki, will cost $46 before tax. If you really want to splurge, the lobster will take you up to $58 before tax.

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In contrast, a meal at Nightingale is a great deal kinder to your wallet. They have two types of meals – small and large. Even if you purchase one of their large mains, at most you’ll only pay $28 before tax for a roasted half chicken. What’s more, if you are looking to keep things more economical, you can enjoy a pizza or pasta dish for substantially less. A couple of their pizzas are only $15 or $17 before tax, depending on toppings. In addition, a beautiful pasta dish in a smaller size is $14 before tax.

Vancouver Nightingale

Photo: Nightingale / Facebook

Vancouver Nightingale

Photo: Nightingale / Facebook

The Vancouver Nightingale Experience

Although Nightingale doesn’t have the upscale offerings that Hawksworth does, it still provides plenty of delicious cuisine.

Open daily from 11 am until midnight, the Nightingale serves guests for lunch and dinner with an enticing array of quality dishes. While Hawksworth calls the food “modern Canadian,” there are a multitude of influences on the menu. With everything from Italian classics like pizza and gnocchi, to comfort foods like crispy fried chicken and berkshire cheddar and pork sausage, you’ll find something delectable to savour.

Even if you are just looking for dessert, the eatery has a litany of mouth-watering choices. Pumpkin cheesecake, sticky toffee pudding and s’more ice cream sandwiches are just a few of the sensational selections.

Vancouver Nightingale

Photo: Nightingale / Facebook

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