This much-acclaimed establishment recently received the title of "Vancouver's Best Restaurant" from Gourmet Magazine's second annual readers' poll. ... More
Diva at the Met
This much-acclaimed establishment recently received the title of "Vancouver's Best Restaurant" from Gourmet Magazine's second annual readers' poll. The large open kitchen and naturally lit lounge create the elegant environment. The culinary experience here includes a 350-vintage wine list and a menu with Pacific Northwest staples varying from seafood (maple smoked Queen Charlotte scallops) to pasta (pheasant confit tortellini). Main courses emphasize large pieces of meat and fish (venison tenderloin).
Diva is simply the best restaurant I have ever been to (this includes some of the best in Paris, London, New York, Washington D.C. and other cities where one finds great food). I ate at the restaurant every night for the eight days I was in Vancouver. The service was astonishing. The waiters and chefs would come to the table with each course and explain the ingredients and the dishes to me. I had everything on the menu and a lot of things that were not on the menu (the chefs were eager to surprise my brother and me). There is not a single dish that was not beautifully prepared. I could taste the influence of each ingredient in all of the dishes and how it fit into the overall design. Simply perfect doesn't describe how I felt about the food and service. I would fly 3,000 miles back to Vancouver just to eat at Diva.
Our waiter was great and took our orders and brought our food in no time. This was a plus but after i ate the food i wondered if they had rushed it. It was too salty and very high priced. The eating area was good but could have been better. I found an earwig in my salad.
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