Seafood aficionados can sample a fresh-caught culinary experience unlike any other in the city when the award-winning team behind Gastown’s beloved L’Abattoir
opens the doors of Coquille Fine Seafood
nearby at 181 Carrall Street
on Tuesday, February 13.
Conjuring up a modern spin on a classic fish house, Coquille Fine Seafood features an approachable menu of creative-yet-quintessential seafood and shellfish dishes served in a 4,100-sq.-ft. space that includes an expansive dining room, lounge, bar and patio overlooking Maple Tree Square. Open daily for lunch, dinner, happy hour and late-night drinks, the restaurant will offer locals and visitors alike a truly unparalleled dining experience.
The latest project for acclaimed chefs and co-owners Lee Cooper and Jack Chen — longtime culinary colleagues who first joined forces on the line at The Pear Tree Restaurant in 2008 before opening award-winning Gastown staple L’Abattoir in 2010 — Coquille Fine Seafood boasts a third high-profile name on the masthead in Nin Rai, also of L’Abattoir and Truffles Fine Foods.
Further details regarding Coquille Fine Seafood will be revealed on February 13. For more information on Coquille Fine Seafood, go to www.coquillefineseafood.com, become a fan of /coquillevan on Facebook or follow @CoquilleVan on Instagram.
ABOUT COQUILLE FINE SEAFOOD | Opening in February of 2018 in the heart of Vancouver’s historic Gastown district, Coquille Fine Seafood is the latest project for acclaimed local chefs Lee Cooper and Jack Chen and partner Nin Rai, who first joined forces to open award-winning Gastown staple L’Abattoir in 2010. Offering a wide-ranging and inventive menu of fresh-caught seafood and shellfish dishes in an expansive dining room, bar and lounge featuring local craft beer and cocktails on tap and a list of notable BC and international wines and nautically-inspired décor, Coquille Fine Seafood offers locals and visitors alike a relaxed-yet-elegant dining experience for lunch, dinner and late-night drinks and a modern spin on a classic fish house concept.
Feature image: Coquille Chefs and Co-Owners Jack Chen (left) and Lee Cooper (right)