Experience fine cuisine, prepared by tomorrow's great chefs
Bistro 101 at Pacific Institute of Culinary Arts was founded to create a 'real-world' training experience for the school’s professional Culinary and Baking & Pastry Arts students. Pacific Institute of Culinary Arts was the first private training facility in Canada with a fine dining restaurant on the premises. To master all aspects of restaurant organization, our Restaurant Instructors guide students through formal guest service (front of house training).
Open five days a week for à la carte & buffet dining and available for private events, weddings and catering functions, Bistro 101 provides guests with both a fine-dining experience and a glimpse at the world’s future great Chefs in training.
NOTE: Gourmet Passport
Our Gourmet Passport booklets, which were introduced back in 2005 and sold until 2007, have been discontinued effective December 20th, 2013. They are no longer being accepted. Thank you for your understanding.
Comments from our Clients:
"To everyone who makes your Bistro tick - from the delightful and talented students to the warm, welcoming professional staff - thank you. By fluke, we got the last table yesterday for lunch. What a treat. The environment is so pleasant - the way dining should be. Comfortable, conversation not drowned out by noise or questionable music. The servers were delightful, enthusiastic, knowledgeable and fun. The lunch - delectable! Presented beautifully, cooked to perfection and more than ample. (We hardly had any dinner last night after that beautiful lunch). The uniforms - down to the blue buttons - all terrific. Cannot wait to return again and have already recommended it to friends and family in Vancouver." - Nancy W. (April 2013 | Lunch @ Bistro 101)