The Chef and Owner, Chi Le, wel­comes you!

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Mas­terchef Viet­nam Star, Chef Chi Le opened Chi in the Fall of 2016 – cre­at­ing a menu that would change the way peo­ple view and un­der­stand Viet­namese Cui­sine. At Chi Modern Viet­namese Kitchen, we bring her love and pas­sion for food to your ta­ble. We are com­mit­ted to show­cas­ing au­then­tic and tra­di­tional Viet­namese flavours in a bold, in­no­va­tive and modern way. In­ven­tive re­fine­ments to Viet­namese cui­sine, such as our Shaken Beef – which uses Cana­dian AAA filet mignon an­gus beef – and home­made drinks and cock­tails, have made Chi a hotspot for those look­ing for a great din­ing ex­pe­ri­ence. Be­ing voted Best Asian restau­rant in Van­cou­ver by our din­ers is one of our most re­cent ac­com­plish­ments. We sup­port our lo­cal BC farms and use fresh lo­cal or­ganic in­gre­di­ents to pro­vide you with the very best din­ing ex­pe­ri­ence! Make sure to visit us to en­joy our $35 menu for Dine Out Van­cou­ver.

™ To re­serve a spe­cial Sun­day “set” din­ing menu, con­tact: ex­plore­tock.com/chirestau­rant­bar Please book early for Christ­mas par­ties to en­sure avail­abil­ity.

On the heels of gold-medal wins at the pres­ti­gious Sin­ga­pore and Bali In­ter­na­tional Cho­ral Mu­sic Fes­ti­val, Chor Leoni—the glob­ally ac­claimed, lo­cally loved male choir—hosted its an­nual At Home gala to kick oƒ its 27th sea­son. As usual, tail-coated singers served as hosts, servers and en­ter­tain­ers at this for­mal house party held at the stately Ce­cil Green Manor on UBC’S Point Grey cam­pus. Chaired by Raincoast Crisps cre­ator Les­ley Stowe, the party fea­tured a fine evening of mer­ri­ment and song led by artis­tic di­rec­tor Erick Lichte. Mem­bers of the choir’s Myvoice ju­nior en­sem­ble later joined in to pull on heart­strings and purse strings just be­fore the call for cash. The strate­gic move saw notes of var­i­ous de­nom­i­na­tions rain down on the men, re­sult­ing in a hand­some $65,000 night.

Chor Leoni gen­eral man­ager Stash Bylicki and found­ing cho­ral mem­ber Rob Mcal­lis­ter. Artist Thomas An­field cre­ated a work es­pe­cially for the Chor Leoni ben­e­fit At Home. The sale of his paint­ing con­trib­uted to a $ 65,000 night. Liam Kearns, Travis Fuchs and Reid Howard served as hosts, servers and en­ter­tain­ers at Chor Leoni’s an­nual house party. Sport­ing one of two cho­ral gold medals re­cently won, artis­tic di­rec­tor Erick Lichte and party chair Les­ley Stowe wel­comed at­ten­dees to the an­nual gala. Global TV’S Coleen Christie em­ceed while Blue Shore Fi­nan­cial CEO Chris Catli Ÿ spon­sored the cho­ral fete.

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