VANCOUVER — The owners of Nourish Vancouver have opened a second location of their organic, whole food restaurant in Vancouver’s Kitsilano neighbourhood.
As well as being a restaurant, the new location will act as a commissary for the two Nourish locations and will offer themed cooking classes for both adults and children. The café and cooking school boasts a bright and airy atmosphere. The open-concept space features high ceilings and plenty of natural light provided by a large skylight.
Owners Dan Chung and Abbey Pires’ food philosophy is inspired by Michael Pollan’s Eater’s Manifesto: “Eat food. Not too much. Mostly plants.” Based on this mantra, the couple have created a variety of casual, seasonal dishes such as Bangkok Quinoa with cabbage, carrot, kohlrabi, roasted spiced chickpeas, toasted almonds and an almond butter, ginger and lime dressing ($12.50); Spicy Moroccan Stew with roasted winter squash, black beans, tomatoes and seasonal veggies topped with cilantro and feta ($12.50) and the Chickpea Salad Sandwich featuring whole grain sourdough, mashed chickpea, kohlrabi, fresh dill and lemon ($10.75).
The restaurant also offers house-made snacks along with organic cold-pressed juice, kombucha and a selection of tea.
3742 West 10th Avenue, Vancouver