Staff, especially Andy, who's first night it is from Toronto, are all great! Food atmosphere and venue are all worth coming to. Good meal, generous portions and clean place. Loved it.
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This place gets crowded but go during happy hour and sit at the bar if you can to get seated faster. The wait for a table can be longer. The oysters at $1.40-2.25 a piece I believe were wonderful as were the drinks. The service...More
I visited here for the first and last time. It seems a popular spot, busy with a vibrant atmosphere. I had calamari which I personally found very tough and did not enjoy. I ordered a glass of red wine and was horrified to be given...More
I had what turned out to be brunch at Chewie's and wish there was something between "average" and "very good" to rate it. The food was very tasty, I had hoped to try their Oyster Po'boy, as listed on the menus they gave us, and...More
Both Chewies are good, the one here by Kits Beach on Yew, and the other down at Coal Harbour. A buck an oyster for the locals (and why eat anything else), and a good price on local beers from the tap. The menu leans to...More
My husband and I were staying in the area and love the vibe of Yew street in Vancouver. We happened upon Chewies and thought we'd give it a try. The servers were efficient and friendly, the atmosphere was casual and a tad noisy. We enjoyed...More
We had a great dinner, casual dinner. The food was delicious, the service was prompt, and we enjoyed the energy of the people there. By the way, the Chewies that I am reviewing is in Kitsilano (mispelled above).
I've been here twice for brunch now and both times left super happy. I highly recommend the chicken and waffles and if you're going to make a Sunday Funday out of it - order the bottomless mimosas...because bottomless mimosas, need I say more!