Just around a year after its opening, Parq Vancouver’s bougie third floor dim sum spot 1886 is no longer open to the public for a la carte dining.
The eatery, known for its addition of all-you-can-eat dim sum and all-velvet-everything decor, recently changed things up and is now only available as an event and meeting space.
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Daily Hive was told that the restaurant’s team has “seen such a high demand for 1886 to be used for events,” and as a result, they will no longer offer a la carte dining.
Looks like you’ll only be able to get a taste of 1886 if you book the space privately.