Top of Vancouver Revolving Restaurant
It was just OK. View was nice but everything else not really
Noise level was fine one little kid behind us but nothing crazy happened. The view was amazing we got super lucky with the weather and even managed to catch the sunset! The food and our server were also outstanding!
First off we had a wonderful evening. Terry was an awesome waitress and we enjoyed her enthusiasm.
Now the clincher. What is going on with your Caesar salad lol. Three or four STALKS of romaine lettuce on the plate - WHOLE STALKS MIND YOU. Lol. I was sure that was a mistake. Whose brainy idea was that to throw legumes on a plate!!! The dressing was delicious but was turned off by the presentation. Felt like I was a caveman sitting by a roaring fire. So tempted to pick one up and go GRRRR.. HA HA
ANYWAY. It was an experience. We had fun trying to find our seat coming out of the washrooms. Always a different view and that was amazing.
Not too crazy we had to stand in line for the elevator with the multitude of people waiting to go to the observation deck.
Great view over vancouver, we went on a beautiful day so the sights were fantastic.
Had the brunch buffet which was good, lots of selections and decent food temperatures.
beautiful, romantic restaurant, beautiful city view, the only somewhat disappointing was the tiramisu
Wonderful service, fantastic food, unbeatable views of the city.
Amazing experience, great view, nice environment, only complaint is the food isn't too great, not much of a selection and is very pricy.
Best food I’ve ever eaten. It was expensive but you absolutely get what you pay for. Servers were incredible. Only thing to complain about was the place isn’t very well kept... windows were dirty, missing carpet, and the bathrooms were very old and outdated, looked like a highschool bathroom.
I was really looking forward to coming here, and it was a big disappointment. The food was under-seasoned, and for a $45 pasta dish, I wasn't even given a spoon to eat it with. Absolutely not worth the cost of the food. The service wasn't good at all, our server was rather rude. The (free, which was nice) slice of cake my friend had for her birthday was dry and not flavorful. The place could seriously use an update. The bathrooms are kind of appalling. You can see all the piping on the ceiling which would be fine if the place had an industrial vibe, but it just looks bad. The only thing that makes this place worth it is the view!
Love that place ! Best view, very calming. Perfect date night .. the lobster and steak was awesome !
I took my girlfriend out for her birthday and wanted to take her some were neat. And this place is great for the view of vancouver. The server and other staff were very professional and polite. Unfortunately when my girlfriend ordered the new York steak it arrived cold and undercooked for her likening. The steak and sides were cold. We brought this to the attention of the server and they did offer to remake but by the time she came around and we would have had a new plate I would had been done my dinner. They did offer a small portion desert as a sorry. In the end kinda killed the night and a $55.00 stark should not be cold or have to be remade
Great experience at a window seat with panoramic views of the city
Food was good, view was fantastic, service was good. Value wasn’t great as the prices are expensive vs other restaurants for similar meals.
prime rib is salty.. vegetables were ready to cook from the market.. food is not up to its its potential taste.. its not worth the price of $65.. the pork ribs is dry and dont even come with a sauce..
The food was horrible. My fiancé got lamb and what looked like a can of beans dumped on the plante for what? 43. That’s way to expensive for what was given. I myself got salmon, it was well over cooked and felt like I could of gotten what was given at a buffet. The food wasn’t fresh at all. Everything was over cooked. We also waited for our food for and hour and 20 minutes. When we got our plantes they where very warm to the touch which tells me they where sitting umber the heat lamp for a while. I wouldn’t even come back to get a better look at the view.
Steak was asked to be cooked medium rare but was rare and parts were impossible to chew. Not worth 65$ at all.
The staff made the experience very relaxing and pleasant. The food selection was diverse and flavourful. The revolving view is amazing. I would definitely love to go back; however, the price is a bit prohibitive.
Went for Sunday brunch. Service was great, view was great. Food was average as almost all of the proteins were overcooked, but desserts were quite good.
The Sunday brunch used to be a big treat to bring family for special occasions or visitors from out of town. On Sunday February 10/19 however, it seemed like nothing was ready. The sushi table was empty as well as the eggs benny tray. There were no potatoes or perogies or rice/noodles available until hours into our 11am reservation. The omelette station had extremely poor ingredients with an inept chef who couldn’t do two orders at a time even with a long line up of people. Although there was French today, syrup had to be asked for and a long wait ensued while the French toast got cold. For the $58/person price, I expect better food than I get from Denny’s or a high school cafeteria. Very disappointing and extremely downhill from my experience a couple of years ago. I will not go back. Even though it’s been a family of 12 tradition.
Found the food, service and view great. The service was just a bit quick for us, but we were happy with the overall service and food. The waiter was most attentive and deserving of his tip. The menu selection was varied enough and the portion sizes were ample. We'll be back!!
Great view, mediocre food, understaffed.
Awesone foods and extraordinary view
Amazing view and great food 👍 Perfect for any kind of outing 👍
the service was excellent but im disappointed that we didn’t get the window table when theres some table unoccupied till we finished, since thats the main reason why we choose to dine there.
We were there on the last day of dine out. Despite the busy night, our server was very attentive to every table. Food was very good and we had a table by the window with the incredible night view.
The place/view is fantastic and the staff are all very accommodating.
Was very impressive except there was a time limit per table.
Great location. Had a reservation and came a bit early, we got the a table by the window which was brilliant, the view and seeing Vancouver from that elevation. They had the done out menus for $45.00 only. Ordered a bottle of Borowing Owl Pinot Gris which was properly served. For starter we had Artosan House Salad and Mussles In Pinot Gris Sauce. The plates and glassware they use is way too old for such an outstanding place, Artisan Salad was a big fail, tasted good but decoration, dressing, serving was too poor. Mussles were good, but probably frozen before being cooked. For Main, we had Arctic Char and Dick duo. Char was very good, same issue with plates and decoration and garnish and dressin and serving, Duck duo was ok, most probably frozen. Dessert included in the menue, citrus tart and cheese cake which were good. Staff helpful and friendly. Place needs renovation and also new kitchen ware. Overall 3.5/5
The view was amazing...the food could be better for the price...did not let us know that the tip was added to the bill, almost double tipped
Too expensive and the food is not that great but the ambiance was excellent.
Service was great.
The food was pretty good. The cheesecake was just OK.
The washrooms are disappointing (they look cheap)
I'd recommend going during Dine Out when food is a better deal, but I think you're paying for the view more than anything. Food is good but not amazing.
The food was a 2/5
Macaroni and cheese ... could’ve baked it maybe with bread crumbs ? Just a suggestion
View of course was nice and a good experience but wouldn’t come again
Don’t get why am I forced to pay 18% tip when nothing was not even close to very good.... In fact, I doesn’t matter what I think because the tip is embedded... It’s like they don’t even care what my experience was...
Very poor experience. Won’t ever recommend this place..
The restaurant still holds its character, very nice view of the city. Food is good, but not that extraordinary anymore, comparing to the other places. One thing that goes down is the quality of service. There was a white paper sheet with menu lying on the floor in plain sight. The waiters were walking over it numerous times, including the supervisor. Nobody bothered to pick it up as if it was a union shop. We had a soup as appetizer and had to ask twice ! to get spoons... kind of difficult to eat it with forks. My wife asked for a bit of extra ketchup, she got none.
The service was very abrupt and some waiters could use iron for their shirts.
Just general observation...
Overall everything was really great and we had a great time, however, we weren't allowed to order anything on their normal menu because of Dine Out festival, and my mom couldn't have the 4 options available, that was disappointing. Also, I understand during Dine Out festival it gets crazy, but I asked them to do a special little Happy B-day on the plate of the dessert, or put a candle on it, but not only did they not do anything but they didn't even acknowledge my request, that was also really disappointing. The duck unfortunately was not as good as I was expecting, and the lemon tart too sweet. But the atmosphere and overall experience was wonderful enough to have me go back to give it another try on a normal night.
For a "high end" restaurant, I would've expected flawless service and excellent food, but I left a little disappointed. Our server, I believe his name was Abdul, came to greet us about 5 minutes after we sat down, no smile, no emotions. After we had ordered and finished our appetizer, I noticed every other table had bread but us. Upon the arrival of our entree, I asked if we were supposed to get bread, our server's response was "Did you not get it? Did we forget? I'll go get it for you right now" No apologies. Since we're into our entrees already it's kind of pointless to bring us bread now. I had the duck breast but was disappointed as it was dry and bland. Unfortunately Horizon's duck breast was way better than Top of Vancouver's. My fiancee had the New York steak and again, even Horizon's flat iron steak was better. The cut of beef that was served did not look or taste like New York steak. We go out to eat quite often but this is one restaurant that we won't be going back to.
The night started off well, but you can only order from the dine out Vancouver menu and then it felt very rushed. 1 1/2 hours to have a 3 course dinner doesn't seem like enough time for me. I started with the "kale" Caesar salad - it was romaine lettuce with a few bit of kale in it, my dad's soup was cold and the first 5 muscle shells had no muscles in them. The entree's were mediocre, the steak being the best option but it was $10 more. The desserts were alright.
The meal seemed rushed by the server, obviously, because you are only slotted an hour and a half.
I do have to say though that the busser was very pleasant and he was happy to help us when our server wasn't around.
We went there for their dine out menu. The view was amazing and the food was not bad. Everything was okay before I saw the bill where they added 18% tip on by theirselves. We only have 4 people not large group. I asked our waiter why 18% was added and he just told me this is how dine out works... I have been to many dine out restaurants and this never happens before. Very disappointed and will not recommend to go.
Overall, the experience was great, except for the steak, which was overcooked and too much burn on the outside.