Play is the little brother of higher end restaurant and 'plays' on the theme of small plates with 'tapas' implied. I had the pleasure of eating there and generally loved the food, with the exception of the chicken confit that my guest really wanted to try. I love good food and make my own duck confit. the chicken was boring. the rest of the meal was excellent. The BC Cod and quail were excellent. The pork rillette was a tad salty but nicely done. The cheese plate (3) was more than ample for 2 people. Indeed, although they emphasise 'small' plates. Only in North America could the plates be considered small. My guest and I shared in total 5 plates and two desserts and were stuffed.
I was very impressed with the service. The waiter was professional and had a good handle on the wine list and why certain ones were matched with the dishes.
Overall an very good to excellent evening.
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