Le Crocodile French Cuisine

Basking in the ambience of the best French restaurant in Vancouver

When I saw the menu, I wish I payed more attention in my high school French class. But I’m glad I have Google Translation…

Virgin cocktails and starters

Appetizers from left to right: Escargot (the snail! eek! But it’s pretty good and chewy), Crab custard, and Frog Leg.


Shrimp Fettuccine


Rabbit leg!


Dessert: crocodile chocolate

Our family has started a new traditions where we try out a new restaurant every week/or every other week. I am a HUGE food lover so this is the perfect opportunity to explore some of Vancouver’s best restaurants. In the past I always grab the same old ‘cheap eats’, but now I’m allocating a small portion of my income every month to take my family out to try something new. Lucky for us Vancouver is a city known for having some of the best restaurants and cuisines from all over the world.

Aside from the fact that we all enjoy eating, I started this tradition mainly because I wanted to ensure we make time to bond as a family. The older I get, the more I realize that it is SO important we free ourself up from the humdrum of never-ending work and dedicate more time to what matters the most – Family. This time it looked like my folks enjoyed this French restaurant. None of us had French cuisine before so it was an adventure to try some of their most well-known dishes: Escargot (snail), Frog and rabbit leg. The ambience and service was equally charming.

If  you are ever around Vancouver and would like to try French food, now you know one of the options! (Just a reminder that this restaurant is a bit on the expensive side).

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Viv ❤

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