A very quiet afternoon, and there were not many other customers dining. We enjoyed the crispy golden shrimp as an appetizer. The shrimp was small and expensive. The price of most main dishes is between US$20-30. Two of us ordered a special fish, and one of us ordered rainbow trout. This dish was prepared and very delicious. It was absolutely not exaggerated. We chose to give up the very limited and very expensive desserts. As a result, we drank coffee and tea and refilled them.
Shaughnessy also has Happy Hour: 3-5 p.m. daily, cauliflower chicken wings are 9 dollars (but I only saw cauliflower, not chicken wings). The children’s meal provided includes one drink and one ice cream for $11. The waiter is not young anymore, but the English gentleman is full of style. Facing the Vandusen Botanical Garden, with flowers and plants, log roofs, oil paintings, and chandeliers, the dining environment is a beautiful scenery.
Shaughnessy Restaurant is at the gate of Vandusen Botanical Garden. Part of the outdoor Patio seats face the garden view, which has become the main selling point of the hotel. The food is expensive. Happy Hour is 3-5 pm.
The layout is very characteristic but relatively cramped, the service is very good and professional
Walking into Shaughnessy is more about gardens and galleries than restaurants. Wooden roofs hang medieval chandeliers, and the paintings on the walls are black and white and gentle. Outside the windows, Vandusen Botanical Garden is green. Red and green parasols are in the sun, like Monet's impressions. The music is soft, soft, or sad, and it seems to be squatting out your heart. In this environment, the notes, the sun, jump on the knife and fork, and share your time.