Le Crocodile Restaurant

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909 Burrard St (Smithe St)
Vancouver, BC V6Z 2N2
11:30am - 2:30pm
5:30pm - 10:00pm
11:30am - 2:30pm
5:30pm - 10:00pm
11:30am - 2:30pm
5:30pm - 10:00pm
11:30am - 2:30pm
5:30pm - 10:00pm
11:30am - 2:30pm
5:30pm - 10:30pm
5:30pm - 10:30pm

Inspired by Strasbourg’s Au Crocodile, Chef Michel Jacob opened Le Crocodile and brought quality French cuisine to Vancouver. When ordering with more than ten people, Le Crocodile has several prix fixe menus, for both lunch and dinner. Another offer is the $75 five-course Chef’s Tasting Menu, which changes weekly. Past dishes included lobster tortellini pasta with crab cake, fresh halibut and braised beef short ribs, and rhubarb meringue tartlets. Try the pan-seared foie gras for an extra $15. Those who want to forgo the prix fixe menus can order a la carte, and choose from choices such as pan-fried goat cheese with endive salad, the classic tomato and gin soup, grilled tiger prawns and sea scallops with angel hair pasta, and more. Dessert is not to be skipped. With the exception of the cheese plate, everything else is $10.50. They offer selections such as: daily-made fruit sorbets, made-to-order pear tarts, chocolate crepes, and crème caramel.

--Vivian Mac


  • Seared foie gras & Digby scallop
  • Well worth it to get the tasting menu. Splurge a little and get foie gras for $15 more.
  • The desserts here are divine, especially the "Crepes aux Chocolat, Mousse Noisette, Chocolat Chaud".
  • Simply the BEST
  • Pear tart w/ AMAZING caramel sauce!
  • Try the French 75
  • The caribou is wonderful. So is the Fraser Valley duck breast.
  • Amazing French food. Steaks, seafood, souffls are all nice
  • Fettucini with hrilled shrimps is quite good.
  • Caviar service, excellent waiters and wonderful food!
  • The profiteroles, foie gras, escargot, and frogs legs
  • bone marrow n fois grois on steak
  • The warm chocolate cake is a great dessert!
  • The steak with peppercorn sauce was amazing!
  • Authentic French food - good service!
  • Everything! Especially the steak it melted in my mouth handsdown best steak I've ever had same with the lobster bisque.. Simply heaven
  • Lee Cooper, chef of L'Abattoir, eats here on his nights off. He loves the Grand Marnier souffl.
  • Have the $23 daily lunch special. Changes daily. Add a glass of wine and you won't find better value in #Vancouver!
  • Impeccable service. Delicious food in intriguing creations. All very, very good.
  • Have foie gras Brule and anything with beurre blanc sauce.

Nearby places

909 Burrard St. (at Smithe St.)