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Chambar Belgian Restaurant – Vancouver, BC


562 Beatty Street
Vancouver, BC V6B 2L3

(604) 879-7119
chambar.com

Rating: out of 5 stars (175 reviews) Average Rating Over Time
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Hours: Sun-Wed 8am-12am; Thu-Sat 8am-2am
Status: Opens in 29 minutes
Payment Methods: Visa, MasterCard, American Express

Description

Chic exposed-brick space serving creative Belgian cuisine & sustainable seafood plus brews & wine.
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Reviews

A luxurious evening of the five senses: I was truly impressed with the originality and quality of the drinks, food and ambiance. The fish carpaccio, the lamb with figs and honey and the fine cocktails were all amazing. An unforgettable experience.
Rated 5 stars by Francesca Shiatsu on September 18, 2011
Great Food and Service: I've been to Chambar quite a few times, great place to bring a date or a special someone. The atmosphere is beautiful and the decor is classic chic. The wine menu has a vast selection of great international and local wines. I prefer the beer menu as Stella is by far my favourite beer. The servers can easily recommend a wine to match your entre of choice. At first their dinner menu may seem limited, but know that absolutely everything on their menu is fantastic. I've never been disappointed with their food or dissatisfied with their service. From start to finish this restaurant has it right. Great drinks, wonderful decor, experienced staff and most of all superb food.
Rated 4 stars by Ryan Cruz on January 16, 2009

Editorial Reviews

"If only it were easier to get in" to this Downtown Belgian brasserie that pairs its "creative" cuisine ("best mussels in town") with a "remarkable variety" of Belgian brews and a "well-curated wine list"; the "hip" staff deftly straddles the line between "casual and classy", and the look is "urban chic" crossed with "bohemian flair", while the bills fall more squarely into the "expensive" zone...
by zagat on December 02, 2013 from zagat
Belgian-inspired and perpetually packed with hip, youngish locals, Chambar has the feel of a Prohibition-era speakeasy. The dimly lit lounge area, with its exposed-brick walls and dark leather sofas, is a scene unto itself; the bar serves 18 Belgian beers, including the custom-made Chambar Ale, as well as some very creative cocktails (try the Blue Fig—vodka infused with oven-roasted figs and...
by concierge on June 24, 2012 from concierge
One of Vancouver's favorite restaurants, Chambar occupies an intriguing space in a kind of no man's land on lower Beatty Street between Yaletown and Gastown. Michelin-trained chef Nico Schuermans and his wife, Karri, have worked hard to make the place a success, and plenty of plaudits have come their way. The menu features small and large plates. Smaller choices typically include mussels cooked...
Rated 3.5 stars by frommers on December 14, 2011 from frommers
This perpetually buzzing room, dressed to play in handsome brick and warm woods, is just the spot for a pre- or post-event nosh-its proximity to the big arenas, and its excellent bar program of Belgian beers and inventive cocktails make it a no-brainer for a lively night out. But the food, Belgian by way of North Africa, is serious, and seriously good. Don't miss the mussels Congolese, fired up...
by vanmag on September 30, 2011 from vanmag

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Specialties<br/><br/>An unpretentious fling with fine dining!<br/><br/>History<br/><br/>Established in 2004<br/><br/>Chef Nico Schuermans, born in Rwanda, raised in Belgium, and New Zealand born partner Karri bring together a passion for innovative food, a warm creative environment, and friendly service.<br/><br/>Meet the Business Owner<br/><br/>Karri S. Karri S. Business Owner<br/><br/>An inspired team, passionate about continually evolving the...
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