It’s pretty well known that the oysters in Vancouver is good qualitied.
Where do you usually have oysters?
Friends can’t have seafood?
No problem! Merchant’s Oyster Bar is one of a few oyster bars which serve non-seafood plates.
It’s the sister of Cork and Fin, an oyster bar at Gastown.
Specials of the day.
Three courses menu for $29.
Foie Gras & Chicken Liver Mousse
The taste and fragrance of the foi gras and the chicken liver is covered by the jello on top.
However, I forgot the taste of the jello><
It’s some kind of fruit…
Roasted Bone Marrow
Smells nice and good with the bread.
Not enough to share><.
Manabu’s Pork Belly
The cold wheat noodles on the side is totally a mistake…
I didn’t touch it after the first bite.
The pork belly itself is superb.
Merchant’s serves $1 per selected oysters on every Tuesdays and Sundays!
And $1.5 during happy hour everyday~~
On the day we visited, the selected ones are Fanny Bay and Joyce Points.
The choices of sauces are limited but the oysters are fresh.
My friends and us all agree that Fanny Bay tastes better:D
Joyce Points tastes salty.
Oysters are fresh and cheap.
Lots of choices besides seafood.
Merchant’s Oyster Bar
1590 Commercial Dr Vancouver, BC