NYE at Borealia
Join Borealia on New Year’s Eve for a special six-course dinner. The restaurant – which celebrates Canada’s indigenous and imported gastronomic history, with an inventively modern take on recipes dating back as far as the 1600s – will offer a six-course dinner with a glass of Blue Mountain bubbly for $75, with an optional wine pairing per course for $40 per person.
Menu highlights include the unique L’éclade (pine smoked mussels), “Indian Candy” and Beef Ribeye Roast, among others.
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Chef Wayne Morris, of Acadian and Métis background, completed the Culinary Arts program at NSCC, and then spent two years at the acclaimed fine-dining restaurant, Stories. Following this, he moved to Kelowna and worked at the Waterfront Wines Restaurant, honing his skills while once again working his way through all stations until being promoted to Chef de Cuisine. Earlier this month Morris opened Borealia with his partner and wife Evelyn Wu, combining their culinary backgrounds to create a unique menu reflective of Canada’s rich and diverse history.