Step right up to the magical foodie carnival! Well, it may not be an actual fair, but it’s got a pretty playful presentation.
The Rise Eatery’s one-year anniversary is approaching, and while this South Granville spot specializes in contemporary Asian fusion cuisine, it has garnered attention for one dish in particular on its menu – the Wheel of Nosh.
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This feature arrives at patron’s tables presented in a mini modern copper Ferris wheel, complete with eight different hors d’oeuvres created by Chef Dan Leung.
Guests have the choice of either two or four unique hors d’oeuvres, for $30 and $35 respectively, to adorn their Ferris wheels.
Features on the Wheel of Nosh in the past have included crispy maple wings, tuna cones, and a variety of savoury macarons.
Address: 3121 Granville Street, Vancouver