Our food is inspired by adventures in Europe, where people seem to know that one of the best things in life is sharing food and drink with friends and loved ones. — Six Acres
Six Acres is not necessarily a hidden gem but it feels like one. I like how it’s cozy interior and cute atmosphere provides a little comfortable nook accompanied with food and drink. I liken it to the feeling of sleeping in with the sound of falling rainoutside.
How cute are these menus?
Jenn and I came by for a quick dinner before heading out to a film festival. In the midst of our eating, we both just stopped talking and ended up eavesdropping on a couple sitting only one feet away from our table. Yes, not only does Jenn share in my love of food, but the art of silently listening to other people =)
Gorgonzola Hot Pot – Gorgonzola cheese & Roasted Garlic dip with warm bread. In my mind I thought I was going to get a savory fondue of sorts. Though what we enjoyed instead was something almost like a thicken mushroom soup.
Nicoise Salad — Ocean Wise Albacore Tuna, Organic Egg, Green Beans, Fingerling Potatoes &
Mesclun Greens with an Olive Vinaigrette
Creme Brulee —
“Lemon Tart” —
I must admit, their desserts on sub-par in comparison to the savory items and the extensive list of beer.
Six Acres is a charming stop for after work drink and snacks. The atmosphere alone is warm and pleasing, and there’s never enough reasons to enjoy the lovely pleasure that is sharing food.
Six Acres – 203 Carrall St, Vancouver, BC