Twisted Fork
I must be a little late on this one since both times that I have been to the Twisted Fork Bistro they have had lines of people waiting.

The interior is nice and cute.  There are some odd things in the bistro like a buddha and a funny shaped man pointing to the washrooms but they add character to this place.  Near the back end of the bistro sits a rack of preserved vegetables and jars of home made jams which you can buy for 8 bucks.  The jam is tasty but I didn't buy any, maybe next time.

The frittata ($11) is the item to write home about.  I had a taste of my friends the first time I went so on the second visit I didn't think twice about ordering it.  It is described on the menu as
A bacon and brie frittata filled with plum tomatoes and fresh oregano, served with fresh greens and tomato corn relish.

It is described by my friend and the stranger sitting at the other booth next to me who ordered it as well as amazing.

The frittata is a touch rich so it is a good idea if you can talk your friend into sharing some plates and cut the frittata in two and maybe share the eggs benny ($11 - served on brioche) which is also really good.

The Twisted Fork is one of my new favourite brunch spots, I don't get super hyped about new restaurants much so when I do trust me it is going to be good.  My friends and I all walked out really happy with this new spot.

Twisted Fork Bistro
1147 Granville Street
Vancouver BC



Beverley Wong said... @ April 13, 2010 at 11:20 AM

One of my fave brunch spots as well. Next time order the asiago scone.it's by far the best thing on the menu.

The head chef is a pastry chef, so they bake their own breads, make their own desserts.. try their creme brulee as well. yum.

Anonymous said... @ April 14, 2010 at 4:13 PM

You really should check out their dessert menu =)

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Anonymous said... @ May 19, 2010 at 6:10 PM

mmmmm...the asiago scone with browned butter and homemade pear jam was the highlight of my visit

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