Biercraft bills itself as Vancouver’s original Beer Bar and they have three locations across Greater Vancouver. The have an extensive selection of craft and imported beers from around the world, with an emphasis of Belgian beer.
The sesame tuna is one of the hold outs from their old menu, and I’m glad it made the cut. The tuna was fresh and expertly seared. I enjoyed the sesame crust and it added a nice nutty taste to the fish. A very generous appetizer portion, and a must get for me.
This platter is intended for one person, but it really can be split between two people with leftovers to boot. The chicken was moist and beautifully roasted. The accompaniments were equally delicious. I enjoyed the kale slaw very much and would order it on its own.
This was the weakest dish we tried. It was on the blander side and the chips didn’t add much to the dish. I would pass on this dish.
Overall, I enjoyed the food at Biercraft. If I was in the area and wanted an ice cold beer, this would be my top choice. Everything was executed well and the portion sizes were extremely generous.