Where did I eat?
Subeez at 891 Homer Street in Downtown Vancouver
What do they specialize in?
Brunch and casual dishes.
What was the vibe?
Eclectic, artsy, and airy.
What did I order?
- Normally I wouldn’t mention tea in a post, but I was happy that they served loose leaf tea and not cheap tea bags like many restaurants.
Pulled Pork Hash – braised pork, potatoes, yams, poached eggs, hollandaise
- The pulled pork was tender and smokey and I liked how it wasn’t actually prepared in a barbecue sauce because I find barbecue sauce overwhelming
- I liked the combination of both yams and potatoes because it added a variety of flavours
Wild Mushroom Hash – wild mushrooms, potatoes, yams, mascarpone, poached eggs, and hollandaise
- The wild mushrooms added a “meaty” texture to the dish and nice earthy flavour.
- I loved the addition of mascarpone. It made the hash rich and creamy.
- The eggs were poached perfectly with a nice oozy yolk.
Subeez serves a good brunch that is priced more reasonably than your typical Yaletown restaurant.
Disclosure: I did not pay for my meal.