Rogue Kitchen and Wet Bar (Waterfront Vancouver)

I had heard good things about Rogue Kitchen and Wet Bar (@RogueWetBar on Twitter) from my friend Trevor Boudreau, who had recently had lunch there. Despite the fact that I do love Steamworks Pub, I have been skeptical of the other incarnation of Steamworks that was where Rogue Kitchen and Wet Bar sits right now (the TransContinental). But my friend J. Karen Parker and I wanted to try a new restaurant so we dropped by Rogue.

Our lunch was served promptly (Karen ordered a nicoise Salad and I ordered a chicken capellini with arugula, $14.99). The portions were good size (I hadn’t had breakfast so this was about enough food, but probably for someone who ate a healthy breakfast it would be a bit big). Flavors were good, but not something that I would call my Mom for. That is, it’s very good lunch, but not something that totally blew my senses. All in all, I would definitely come back for a lunch meeting. They had martinis on special today ($4.99) but I am still not feeling 100% well so I declined.

Lunch at Rogue Wet Bar with Karen  Parker

One great advantage of Rogue is that the food is good and it’s close to just about everything near the Waterfront. And it’s not pretentious.

Rogue Kitchen and Wet Bar on Urbanspoon

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Comments (2)

LeeJune 22nd, 2010 at 2:54 pm

I just had that chicken capellini today and would agree about the flavours. Tasty nonetheless!

PhyllisJanuary 8th, 2012 at 10:53 pm

I tried the Chicken Capellini. It’s quite good actually. Better than most of the offerings here in our neighborhood.

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