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Le Crocodile has been in Vancouver for an impressive 26 years and is the result of chef Michel Jacob wanting to create a memorable dining experience for foodies such as myself. Full review →
Chefs prepare classic Alsatian-inspired food (such as the signature onion tart) at this long-established downtown restaurant. Full review →
Le Crocodile is named for Michelin three-starred Au Crocodile in Strasbourg, France, but the seasonal ingredients such as white asparagus or spot prawns add a soupçon of West Coast. Full review →
Vancouver's Le Crocodile celebrated its 30th anniversary in 2014. Professional service matched with chef-owner Michel Jacob's French cuisine is presented in a serene dining room set with... Full review →
Tucked along a side street in an unassuming building that resembles a cast-off from a shopping mall, this excellent Parisian-style dining room is right up there with the city's top-end best. Full review →
Plush French-Alsace bistro that pushes Bishop’s (see p.726) close for the title of the city’s best restaurant and, unlike its rival, it’s located Downtown. The menu has something for...
Chef Michel Jacob has set the standards for French cuisine in Vancouver and trained many of the city's finest chefs. Full review →
“At the top of its game”, this West End “institution” brings “Alsace to the Pacific Time Zone” with its “exquisite” French menu of “old-school classics” and staffers who “treat you like a... Full review →