Take the beef rib primal cut, slow roast it on the bone, then slice it to order in succulent portions, and you’ve got the makings of a mighty fine meal. Add on all sorts of toppings from rich sauces to mounds of seafood, and bring on sides like classic Yorkshire pudding or fresh veggies, and you’ve got a prime meal.
Here are 12 places to go in Vancouver when you’re looking for a Prime Rib feast:
The Glowbal Group’s modern steakhouse Black + Blue has Prime Rib on the menu, offered in two choices of cuts, 10-ounce or 16-ounce. They keep it classic with the sides, though, serving up the dry-aged beef with Yorkshire pudding, mashed potatoes, seasonal veggies, and a red wine jus.
Address: 1032 Alberni Street
Offered on Sundays, the Prime Rib Dinner at Seasons in the Park is a three-course feast in a beautiful setting. Start off with your choice of soup, clam chowder, or salad, followed by their slow-roasted Prime Rib and Yorkshire pudding, and–if you’ve got room–dessert. You can also have the Prime Rib on its own without the starter and sweet treat.
Address: Queen Elizabeth Park – West 33rd Avenue (at Cambie)
You’ll find a Sunday Prime Rib dinner on the menu at several of the Public House-style restaurants in Vancouver’s Donnelly Group. Available starting at 4 p.m., slow-roasted Prime Rib is sliced up alongside scratch-made Yorkshire pudding, veggies, and mash. Prime Rib Sundays is on at these seven pubs:
- The Butcher & Bullock
- Cinema Public House
- The Lamplighter
- Library Square
- The New Oxford
- The Bimini
- Three Brits
This B.C. original still holds up when it comes to Prime Rib. Hand-carved Prime Rib is available in 10-ounce of 14-ounce servings, and is served with horseradish and au jus.
You’ll find Prime Rib not far from the city proper at Chop in Richmond, where you have two options to get your fix. Go all out for the Prime Rib dinner, which features a serving of the beef that’s been slow-roasted in rock salt, cracked pepper, and fresh herbs. Or just get a taste with the Prime Rib Yorkies from the starters section; they shave the prime rib and pile it on Yorkshire pudding with horseradish aioli and au jus.
Address: 10251 St Edwards Drive, Richmond
Richmond’s Milltown is aiming to make Sunday supper an affordable family-friendly gathering, which is why they’re serving up their Prime Rib dinner for just $13.95. It includes and 8-ounce portion of Prime Rib, Yorkshire pudding, roasted potatoes, and vegetables, and is available after 5 p.m. (P.S. Milltown’s quirky location inspires the restaurant to ask you to imagine you are in Vancouver’s Marpole while you’re there.)
Address: #101 – 9191 Bentley Street, Richmond
Bonus: Hy’s Encore Steakhouse doesn’t have Prime Rib on their every day menu, however it does show up here and there as a special. Give the restaurant a call at 604-683-7671 to find out when it’s being carved up next.