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Langley bistro takes bronze

The Bacchus Bistro at Domaine de Chaberton Winery won the bronze award in the category for best winery/ vineyard dining at the 23rd annual Vancouver Magazine Restaurant Awards in April.

Vancouver magazine notes the Bistro for having “surprisingly good French food,” particularly the lobster bisque, duck confit with De Puy lentils, and chocolate mousse with praline croustillant.

Taking the top spot in the best winery/ vineyard dining category was Miradoro at Tinhorn Creek, and in second place, Old Vines Restaurant at Quails’ Gate.

In fourth was The Terrace at Mission Hill, and in fifth, Vinyard Terrace at Cedar Creek.

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