The Reef Restaurant

The Reef Restaurant (web site, 4172 Main Street, Vancouver, BC, Canada, phone: 604-874-5375) serves Caribbean cuisine, a blend of European, African, and Asian flavors. The decor really adds to the candle-lit atmosphere, complete with a flaming steel drum, a wooden cottage facade with a corrugated tin roof over the kitchen window, and some colorful original paintings (which incidentally are for sale).

Check out their menu, which includes delicious items such as Oistin’s Flying Fish, a “Delicacy of Barbados”, fried in Bajan spices served with tartar sauce ($9, pictured below), as well as the Jamaican Jerk Wild Salmon ($14, also pictured below), which was really flavorful.

Flying Fish (Caribbean Food)
Flying Fish – a Caribbean delicacy ($9)

Jamaican Jerk Wild Salmon ($14)
Jamaican Jerk Wild Salmon ($14)

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One Response to “The Reef Restaurant”

  1. Geoff Says:

    sorry to hear that, but thanks for sharing your opinion. My experience has been different and much more positive. I have really enjoyed eating at the Reef, especially the Jerk salmon. It’s one of my favorite restaurants in the Main Street area.

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