[Vancouver] Merchant’s Oyster Bar

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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.

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Specials of the day.

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Three courses menu for $29.

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Processing…^^

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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…

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Roasted Bone Marrow

Smells nice and good with the bread.

Not enough to share><.

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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 Oyster Bar

Oysters~

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.

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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.

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Oysters are fresh and cheap.

Lots of choices besides seafood.

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Merchant’s Oyster Bar

(604) 258-0005

1590 Commercial Dr  Vancouver, BC


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