Wildebeest offers a meat-centric, whole-animal experience in Vancouver. The dishes are adventurous and yet simple, but they are sure to delight.
Wildebeest is set in a refurbished 19th century building and features a cocktail bar, lounge, open-concept kitchen with large tables, separate dining room, and underground private space. Wildebeest's entire menu is built on the whole-animal premise where every component has been thoughtfully prepared.
You can dine on such delicacies as lamb tartare, bone marrow, roasted sweetbreads, and seared venison. All of the dishes are prepared family-style and are intended for sharing.
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