Grains vs Grapes

  • By Sonja Muller
  • 19 Feb, 2017

February 24 to March 26

Low brow for the everyman or refined for the sophisticate?  Boisterous and festive or complex and thought provoking? Thirst quenching on a hot day or sipped elegantly by candle light? One of mankind's greatest dilemmas has always been: beer or wine?

Hart House Restaurant  invites you  to solve one of the oldest conundrums by offering the Grains Versus Grapes menu. For 30 days, we will be offering a four course dinner of elegant West Coast fare created by Chef Mike Genest.

Sommelier and beer aficionado Si Man Lee has taken up the mantle of creating mouth watering pairings by award winning New Westminster craft brewery Steel & Oak and maverick winery Moon Curser from Osoyoos.

Simply come in for dinner and choose between a wine or beer pairing with the Grains Versus Grapes menu, take a photo and post to Instagram (be sure to follow and mention in your post @harthouserest, @steelandoak and @mooncurservineyards)with a hashtag of either #beerisbest or #wineisfine for which you thought enhanced your dinner better. The most liked beer photo and wine photo will win gift baskets generously provided by Moon Curser and Steel & Oak.


Reservations


MENU

1st Course

Smoked Sturgeon And Confit Potato Salad

Crispy Shallots, Dill, Pickled Mustard Seed, Celery Leaves, Radish, Crème Fraiche Dressing

Beer: Steel & Oak Kataja Juniper Ale

Wine: Moon Curser Arneis 2015

 

 

2nd Course

Roasted Duck “French Onion Soup”

Caramelized Spring Onions, Duck Consommé, Smoked Cheddar , Duck Confit, Garlic Chives

Beer: Steel & Oak Dark Lager

Wine: Moon Curser Tempranillo 2014

 

3rd Course

 Braised Short Rib Cassoulet

Rattlesnake Beans, Thumb Carrots, Peas, Herbed Bread Crumb, Braising Jus

Beer: Steel & Oak/ Dageraad Collaboration "The Suburbs" IPA

Wine: Moon Curser Malbec 2014

 

Dessert

 Stout Infused Sticky Toffee Pudding

Mission Figs, Vanilla Gelato


Menu $58 per person

Pairing: $22 per person



Prices do not include tax or gratuity

Menus are subject to change

 


What's new at Hart House Restauarnt

By Sonja Muller 25 Mar, 2017
It is Spring in Deer Lake Park! On April 16, 2017, treat your family to a day in Deer Lake Park:
rent a row boat, walk around the lake, and enjoy a leisurely brunch at Hart House Restaurant.

This Easter Sunday we are offering a delicious Buffet Brunch menu with seating times at 10:30am and 11:00am, and 1:00/1:30pm.
Guests will enjoy a traditional baked ham carvery, breakfast pastries, pancakes, eggs and bacon and  seared salmon as well as a variety of salads, artisan cheeses and mushroom pasta.
Reservations are available by phone or online, with credit card for guarantee.
Minimum 48 hours for cancellation to avoid a 50% charge.
$42 per person ($24 for kids aged 4-10)

RESERVE


EASTER MENU


Cold

Caesar Salad
House Made Dressing, Parmigiano Reggiano, Croutons

Spring Salad
Mixed Greens, Orange Segments, Figs, Ricotta Salata, Beet, Walnuts,  Honey, Verjus Vinaigrette

Orzo Salad
Almond Pea Pesto, Mint, Dungeness Crab, Peas

Granola
Greek Yogurt, Assorted Berries

Fresh Fruit
Pineapple, Watermelon, Honeydew, Cantaloupe

Artisan Cheese Platter
Dried Fruits, Nuts, Crackers, Quince Jelly

Fresh Baked Croissants, Terra Dinner Rolls

 

 

Hot

Carvery
Maple Bourbon Glazed Ham, Assorted Mustards

Seared Salmon
Carrot Puree, Carrot Top Pistou

Roasted Marble Potatoes
Garlic, Rosemary, Thyme

Wild Mushroom Casarecce Pasta
Peas, Truffle Cream, Pecorino

Seasonal Vegetables
Balsamic Glaze

Orange And Vanilla Ricotta Pancakes
Blueberry Compote, Maple Syrup, Whipped Cream

Double Smoked Bacon, Breakfast Sausages

Scrambled Eggs
Scallions, Crème Fraiche

 

Dessert

New York Cheesecake
Berry Compote

Lemon Meringue Tarts

Chocolate Blackout Torte

House Made Cookies



Menu is subject to change.
Prices to not include tax or gratuities.
Beverages are not included in menu prices.


By Sonja Muller 19 Feb, 2017

Low brow for the everyman or refined for the sophisticate?  Boisterous and festive or complex and thought provoking? Thirst quenching on a hot day or sipped elegantly by candle light? One of mankind's greatest dilemmas has always been: beer or wine?

Hart House Restaurant  invites you  to solve one of the oldest conundrums by offering the Grains Versus Grapes menu. For 30 days, we will be offering a four course dinner of elegant West Coast fare created by Chef Mike Genest.

Sommelier and beer aficionado Si Man Lee has taken up the mantle of creating mouth watering pairings by award winning New Westminster craft brewery Steel & Oak and maverick winery Moon Curser from Osoyoos.

Simply come in for dinner and choose between a wine or beer pairing with the Grains Versus Grapes menu, take a photo and post to Instagram (be sure to follow and mention in your post @harthouserest, @steelandoak and @mooncurservineyards)with a hashtag of either #beerisbest or #wineisfine for which you thought enhanced your dinner better. The most liked beer photo and wine photo will win gift baskets generously provided by Moon Curser and Steel & Oak.


Reservations


MENU

1st Course

Smoked Sturgeon And Confit Potato Salad

Crispy Shallots, Dill, Pickled Mustard Seed, Celery Leaves, Radish, Crème Fraiche Dressing

Beer: Steel & Oak Kataja Juniper Ale

Wine: Moon Curser Arneis 2015

 

 

2nd Course

Roasted Duck “French Onion Soup”

Caramelized Spring Onions, Duck Consommé, Smoked Cheddar , Duck Confit, Garlic Chives

Beer: Steel & Oak Dark Lager

Wine: Moon Curser Tempranillo 2014

 

3rd Course

 Braised Short Rib Cassoulet

Rattlesnake Beans, Thumb Carrots, Peas, Herbed Bread Crumb, Braising Jus

Beer: Steel & Oak/ Dageraad Collaboration "The Suburbs" IPA

Wine: Moon Curser Malbec 2014

 

Dessert

 Stout Infused Sticky Toffee Pudding

Mission Figs, Vanilla Gelato


Menu $58 per person

Pairing: $22 per person



Prices do not include tax or gratuity

Menus are subject to change

 


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