WildTale Restaurant introduces Weekday Lunch Features

A new series of new dishes and weekday lunch features have “sprung” for “Spring” at WildTale in Yaletown.

Ok, so I’m not “punta’s tic” at puns.

photo credit: wildtale.com

A favourite with seafood lovers, The WildTale Seafood Tower has debuted on the dinner menu, loaded with house ceviche, fresh oysters, lobster tail, marinated clams and mussels, peel & eat shrimp and tuna carpaccio.; this dish is guaranteed to satisfy even the hungriest of appetites. Dishes available for both lunch and dinner include a Russian kale salad with shaved fennel and radish in a lemon pepper dressing; organic farro with chickpeas, raisins, pine nuts, squash and pecorino; seafood pappardelle with mussels, clams, fresh fish and spicy chorizo in a rosé sauce; and steelhead trout available on the “Simply Grilled Fish” menu.

photo credit: wildtale.com

The popular Yaletown restaurant has also added new weekly lunch features, well-priced at $12.50 (that’s not a typo. Lunch in Yaletown for only $12.50).  Dishes include:

Paella Monday

Spanish Paella brimming with chorizo, prawns, fresh fish and mussels

Taco Tuesday

Rotating tacos with your choice of fries or salad

Po’ Boy Wednesday

Fried Oysters, coleslaw, and tartar sauce on a sesame seed bun with choice of fries or salad

Jambalaya Thursday

Creole rice with chicken, andouille sausage, prawns, peppers, peas, zucchini, and tomatoes

Fish Fry Friday

Rotating southern-inspired pan fried fresh fish served with classic accompaniments

Reserve beforehand or pop in for lunch. Score a spot at one of the cozy banquettes or tables on the 36-seat patio — well-equipped with heaters, just in case — and enjoy Vancouver’s legendary spring weather.

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