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In this Nov. 7, 2016 photo, a gourmet chocolate gourmet lunch is displayed on a table at the Sunshine Gardens in Vancouver, B.C. The Sunshine Gardens is a new indoor-outdoor gourmet restaurant on Burrard Street in Vancouver.
The restaurant opened its doors last year, and has already made waves with its menu and offerings.
The gourmet meal, which costs $39.95, is one of the company’s best sellers.
“It’s like a gummy bear.
They’re not candy, but it’s kind of like candy,” says chef and founder Michael O’Donnell.
“I just like the idea of them being made with something edible and not just chocolate.
It’s like you’re eating it without the actual chocolate.”
O’Neill says his restaurant, which opened in late 2016, has grown to over 30 guests and has seen “massive growth” in the past year.
“People come to us because they like the food.
They like the experience, they like to be part of it,” he says.
“That’s why we’re able to grow so quickly.
We have a really tight staff.”
Omelette chef, Michael O. O’Leary, is on the other side of the table, eating lunch.
He’s been eating at the restaurant since its opening.
“The food is always on point,” says O’Connor.
“We’re always trying to make it better and fresher.”
Oommens is also a huge fan of the Sunshine Gourmet menu.
“Our menu is always evolving,” he said.
“In fact, it’s constantly changing.
It changes constantly.
So, we’ve got a new menu every week.
The menu is based around fresh ingredients and fresh ingredients made fresh.
For instance, the restaurant has added new items to the menu that are sourced from local producers.
“There’s a whole menu of fresh ingredients that have been brought from local farms that are grown in the Sunshine Valley.
That’s a huge component of our menu.”
In addition to its signature menu, the Sunshine Garden also offers vegetarian and vegan options.
“Vegetarian and vegan dishes are on the menu and it’s definitely one of our strengths,” says Michael O.’Connor.