Be it a budding romance, long time love, or present tense partner, date night is a special opportunity to make some memories with your significant other… and feast on some pretty delicious food while you’re at it! Surrey is home to some truly unique establishments that not only serve up some incredible cuisine, but are also rich in ambiance.
At South Surrey’s Tap Restaurant Head Chef and co-owner Alistair Veen strives to marry downtown class with neighbourhood comfort. The French-inspired West Coast cuisine served at his cozy and inviting establishment does not disappoint! The most talked about menu items are the Salt Spring Island mussels and the tarte flambee.
Old Surrey Restaurant
This Surrey institution has been our city’s go-to upscale dining experience for over 39 years. Old Surrey Restaurant‘s Executive chef Philip Aguirre’s classic French cuisine boasts the best fresh, local and organic ingredients. Caesar salad, chateaubriand, and delectable desserts are flambéed at your table, making a meal with your special someone an interactive experience.
If you’re looking to spoil your date with local westcoast cuisine and a stunning view, then book a table at Seahorse Grille. The restaurant is located in beautiful Crescent Beach with a menu that features seasonal, locally-sourced ingredients. Head chef John Kavanagh’s diverse dishes are a reflection of his global training.
Morgan’s Restaurant & Wine Bar
Morgan’s Restaurant & Wine Bar is located on the Morgan Creek Golf Course, setting the scene for a beautiful and romantic dinner. The menu, created by a Red Seal Certified Chef features locally-sourced ingredients and fresh pasta made in-house. Did we mention their extensive wine selection that might have you ordering a second bottle?
If you’re looking to surprise your date with something fun and unique then look no further than The Vault. The restaurant was an old bank in a former life, but still uses the original vault as a private dining room! They’re loved locally for their quirky decor, mouthwatering steaks, peanut butter pie, and live music on most Fridays and Saturdays.
Originally posted on Discover Surrey.