A delicious and fun visit to a great new addition to Vancouver’s Fraser Street neighborhood. Recommended! (we went to town, as you’ll see all the amazing food we had!)
Fray on Fraser
3980 Fraser Street
Vancouver, BC, Canada
restaurant web site: fray.me/
Shown in video:
-Restaurant interior and ambiance
-The menu of Fray restaurant
-Portobello Mushroom Fries, served with a truffle aioli
-Fray’s Famous F Bombs (figs wrapped in bacon, marinated with balsamic vinegar reduction)
-Pulled pork sliders
-El Proscrito (flat iron steak on a taco-style salad, very yummy!)
-Pacific Salmon de Orzo
-B.C. Pork Belly
-Fray Burger with the Works
-Orange Panna Cotta
-Chocolate Banana Spring Roll served with homemade vanilla bean ice cream!
Also, bonus footage: Behind the scenes Interview with Head Chef Antonio Martin. Thank you to Chef Antonio for inviting us into your kitchen!
Chef Antonio’s bio (from the Fray Web site): fray.me/who-we-are/
“Antonio learned his craft at the Old Bailiff, Stanley Park Pavilion, and The Boathouse, earning a Culinary Management Degree from The Institute of Culinary Education (ICE) in New York, while picking up extra knowledge in the areas of pastry, desserts and wine from the Dubrulle International Culinary & Hotel Institute.
He apprenticed at New York’s 3-star Michelin, 4-star New York Times-rated Le Bernardin, under executive chef Eric Ripert, served as head cook at Quince Fine Cuisine, tournant at C Restaurant, and senior sous at Milestones’ signature restaurant in Yaletown.”
-We received a discount on the food in exchange for our efforts in making this video.
Thank you to Fray restaurant for allowing us to make this video. We really enjoyed the whole experience and we’ll be back with our friends and family to enjoy the food again!
Also thank you to Katrina and Wilson for assisting me with the lighting and filming of this video.
Canon EOS T2i with Magic Lantern, Canon 18-200mm IS lens, ISO 6400 (in restaurant), ISO 1600 (in kitchen).
Sony ECM-MS907 condenser microphone on a Rode Shotgun mic clip attached to the camera’s hotshoe, plugged into the camera directly. Manual audio gain was set. Audio was normalized in post.
Editing: Adobe Premiere Pro CS5.5 (5.5.2) on a Windows 7 Dell PC (Intel i7 processor). Usb 3.0 workflow makes this video very fast to edit (took about an hour to edit).
A Birds in the House Production