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YEW Seafood + Bar Introduces New Offerings

VANCOUVER — YEW Seafood + Bar at Four Seasons Hotel Vancouver has launched a revamped lounge menu, as well as a selection of seasonal...

Yew Seafood + Bar Launches “Vino’clock” Promotion

VANCOUVER — Four Seasons Hotel Vancouver’s Yew Seafood + Bar has unveiled a list of specially selected wine bottles for 50-per-cent off...

Evan Morgan Joins Four Seasons Hotel Vancouver

VANCOUVER — Evan Morgan has joined Yew Seafood + Bar as the new restaurant chef. Along with developing menus and daily features at the restaurant,...

Weimar Gomez Named Executive Chef at Four Seasons Hotel Vancouver

VANCOUVER — Weimar Gomez is the new executive chef at Four Seasons Hotel Vancouver. A 16-year Four Seasons veteran, who has developed his talent in...

Chef Ned Bell Joins Vancouver Aquarium’s Ocean Wise Culinary Team

VANCOUVER — Ned Bell has joined the Vancouver Aquarium Marine Science Centre team as the organization’s Ocean Wise executive chef. Bell is an avid advocator...

Pioneering Change At Terroir

TORONTO — Dugnad, a Norwegian word defined as solving a task through the collective efforts of a community, while giving more and taking less,...

Wild Sockeye Salmon Salad With B.C. Blueberries Pickle

Wild Sockeye Salmon Salad With B.C. Blueberries Pickle Recipe by Ned Bell Executive chef at the Yew Seafood + Bar, Four Seasons Hotel Vancouver Ingredients: B.C. Blueberry Pickle 3...

B.C. Spot Prawn Tacos

B.C. Spot Prawn Tacos Recipe by Ned Bell Executive chef at the Yew Seafood + Bar, Four Seasons Hotel Vancouver Ingredients: 1 tbsp miso paste 1 tbsp Dijon mustard 1...

Chef Ned Bell Cycles for Sustainable Seafood

TORONTO — Ned Bell has cycled nearly halfway across the country to raise awareness for sustainable seafood, and, last night, the executive chef from the Yew Seafood + Bar in the Four Seasons Hotel Vancouver made a stop at the Four Seasons Hotel Toronto to share his goals for Chefs for Oceans, in partnership with the Vancouver Aquarium’s Ocean Wise program, and SeaChoice.

Bell began his journey June 30 in St. John’s, N.L. and spends up to eight hours a day cycling west, with plans to reach Vancouver Sept. 12. “Considering 70 per cent of the planet is covered by water, it’s a challenging task to undertake,” said Isadore Sharp, founder and chairman of the Toronto-based Four Seasons Hotels & Resorts, who took to the stage to share his support. “One person can make a difference when they have the commitment and the belief.”