Seasonal 56 Restaurant

Seasonal 56 was created to promote and feature the Fraser Valleys vast bounty in a relaxed, unpretentious environment with friendly and knowledgeable service staff.

We believe that to prepare great food it is important to begin with great ingredients.  We are proud to support local, sustainable and ethical agriculture,as well as animal stewardship and fishing practices.  We would like to thank all the farmers, ranchers, and artisans that make this possible.

We are not a farm to fork restaurant.  Instead we take a FARM FOCUSED approach to food , where we work with farmers, using what they offer, and not dictating  what they grow. All we tell our farmers is to grow what they grow best, what they can make a living producing, and we will use that.

We make a point of knowing our farmers, taking the time to visit them whenever possible. We buy their products,not because “local” is in, but because we share their convictions and their passion.

 We are only minutes off of the #1 hwy, close to the valleys wineries, brewery’s and farms.  We are open for lunch and for dinner, please go to our contact page for our hours and for reservations.

We also have a retail section ‘Seasonal To Go’ that includes frozen house-made meals, sides, and desserts.  After dinner tonight stop by the freezer and tomorrow night’s dinner will be taken care of too!

CANT BELIEVE ITS TIME TO THINK ABOUT CHRISTMAS!

 Want the perfect place to have your Christmas party!?

Lunch set menu

Dinner dinner set menu

Or we can have food come to you…

Pickup Cocktail selection

Turkey buffet options


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    Located in Langley, only minutes off Hwy 1 near the 264th St exit!

    Suite 201-26730 56 AVE Langley, BC V4W 3X5

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