Row 1

217 Carrall St (btwn Water & Blood Alley)
Vancouver, BC V6B 2J2
(604) 568-1701
French, Gastropub
$ $ $ $
Mon–Thu: 5:30 PM–10:00 PM Fri: 5:30 PM–10:30 PM Sat: 10:00 AM–2:00 PM Sun: 10:00 AM–2:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • The bread alone is worth a visit. Bacon brioche, anchovy pastry twist and sesame crisp flatbread... homemade and complementary.
  • Try and get a seat in the atrium in back... it's lovely...
  • You may come for the exceptional cocktails, but you'll probably want to stay for chef and co-owner Lee Cooper's French-inspired simple cooking. Ultra-cool but not try-hard. [Eater 38 Member]
  • Sit at the bar and enjoy some marvelous cocktails by Shaun or unusual wines by Jake
  • Mia Stainsby: "Dungeness crab and chickpea toast .. filled with crab custard; scallops crudo with sweetbread and foie gras spring roll featured the most delectable spring roll I've ever had."
  • Try the Meat Hook for a Manhattan crossover.
  • The Steak Diane is epic.
  • LAbattoir comes off with a certain kind of trendy, almost hipster-like vibe.
  • Try the Clover Club Refashioned. Very refreshing!
  • Lots of interesting cocktails, but the wine list is missing anything affordable. Get some more affordable bottles.
  • The sweetbreads with sauce gribiche is the highlight of an inspired menu!
  • Relax at the bar for a weekday cocktail. There's no better way to unwind after a busy day.
  • Mas deli no se pudo!
  • Get their baked pacific oysters! With truffle on top, it's so good.
  • Very tasty modern french cuisine
  • Get the lightly smoked duck breast. Done.
  • Amazing cocktails!
  • Unique cocktails. Get the avocado gimlet.
  • Now offering Vancouver's shortest happy hour for the first hour of opening, delicious appetizers are half off, wine is $6, and a beer selection is $5.
  • The exposed brick and beam look is a signature of the city's oldest neighborhood. L'Abattoir usually attracts an artistic and stylish crowd. The cocktail list is innovative and interesting.