VFC Clam Chowder (regularly $11.99):
This is a rich and flavor Boston-styled chowder made with fresh clams, thyme cream, bacon chunks, and get this: bacon-wrapped bacon! Definitely my favorite part of the meal, this is one creamy chowder, and that bacon-wrapped bacon was a bite of heaven!
|VFC Clam Chowder|
This is an interesting dish my boyfriend chose. Made with fresh crab, baby shrimp, shallots, and cream cheese, these crispy fried dumpling-like bites are dipped in a cool pool of spicy red pepper bisque quite reminiscent of a spicy sriracha dipping sauce.
|Dungeness Crab Rangoon|
Rock Fish & Chips (regularly $21.99):
An interesting version of the classic fish and chips, this dish comes with beer battered rock fish filet. The rock fish is much stiffer compared to the classic cod and the batter truthfully is a bit soggy and thick. The dish comes with nice crispy fries and a small side of apple fennel slaw, which tastes like pickled slaw. Overall, not the best fish and chips I've ever tried but it's not the worst.
|Rock Fish & Chips|
This features a nice hunk of tender wild sockeye salmon topped with pickled carrots and watercress. The salmon is decent but nothing special compared to the yummy bed of tomato risotto!
|Pan-seared Bowen Island Sockeye|
Maple Creme Brulee (regularly for $7.99):
This is such a yummy creamy creme brulee with a cute rosemary shortbread. The shortbread is absolutely divine and although I didn't really pick up on the maple flavor, the creme brulee was a nice finish to the meal as well!
|Maple Creme Brulee|
This is an interesting dense, brownie-like chocolate cake made with no flour. I am not sure I love the texture but mixed with the icy cold vanilla ice cream, the two made a nice pairing.
|Flourless Chocolate Cake|