Dinner at Bells and Whistles in Vancouver

It's hard to say no to $2 soft serve. So we didn't. 

For a dinner out in Vancouver during our overnight trip, we chose Bells and Whistles. It was hard to decide where to dine because of all of the choices. But Bells and Whistles was really kid friendly, so that's how I made my decision. They have video games, a kid's menu, and 2 dollar soft serve on Tuesdays. And it was in fact Tuesday, so score for us. For the adults, they have a full bar and a menu with something for everyone. The vibe was very laid back, with friendly servers and long communal tables.

I started with a Rose Sangria and my husband had an Old Fashioned. My drink hit the spot because it was refreshing and full of fresh raspberries and blueberries. Our sons shared the Grilled Cheese from the kid's menu and I had the Chicken Waffle Poutine. This drool worthy dish had waffle fries, fried chicken, cheese curds, maple-parmesan crunch, and chicken gravy. It tasted just as good as it sounds and I enjoyed every bite. I also liked how the portion wasn't huge, and I was able to finish almost all of it. My husband had the Veggie Burger which was full of good stuff like an almond and chickpea patty, Green Goddess, avocado, tomato, feta cheese, and alfalfa sprouts.

Then we all shared some Strawberry soft serve with sprinkles, because, why not? It was only $2 Canadian. It's normally $3 and that's still a good deal for soft serve. This was a very fun restaurant in Vancouver to take the whole family. Everyone left full and happy and there was something cool for everyone to enjoy.

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