In French, lumière means “light,” in its purest, most transcendent form. In Vancouver, Lumiere is synonymous with Rob Feenie’s almost electric food. With its brilliant combination of European sophistication, Asian simplicity, and North American resourcefulness, the cuisine of Lumiere has captured the attention of food lovers all over the world, who rank Lumière among the pioneering restaurants of North America. As inventive as it is approachable, Feenie’s food ranges from Herb-Crusted Beef Tenderloin with Chanterelles and a Shallot and Caper Jus to Mascarpone Risotto and Walnut Cake with Maple Ice Cream. Illustrated with over 100 luminous photographs, this chef’s resplendent debut showcases all the luster that has earned Lumière its name.
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