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An adventure in freshly prepared food with rustic flavour & charm

Welcome to the Page Point Bistro





Robert and Sandy Wilkinson opened the Page Point Bistro in July 2010. Their enthusiastic approach to the venture is reflected in the friendly, relaxed atmosphere––balanced with the impeccable service, fantastic cuisine and a comprehensive wine list. Robert, an entrepreneur, graphic designer and photographer, sees his revamping of The Page Point restaurant as a personal challenge and a means of establishing himself in a new industry. On the other hand, Sandy is a dedicated restaurateur who culled her passion for the industry from years spent working, and dining, in countless other restaurants. To her, acquiring The Page Point is the fulfillment of a lifelong dream to own a restaurant. Together, they envision the bistro as a gathering place that reflects their passion for food, family and fun. The focal point is the lighter, more accessible fare that is presented in a first-class manner, yet with more moderate pricing typical of a neighbourhood restaurant/bar.  The talented team of chefs and cooks in the kitchen are dedicated to making good food accessible to all. They collectively operate under the premise that good food does not have to be elaborate or expensive.  As members of the Slow Food Community they proudly support many local suppliers and welcome new providers on a regular basis.

 

We welcome your comments and suggestions and wish you the very best dining experience!

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our menu

fun, fresh, local
 
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Some of our Local Suppliers

Our food philosophy
 
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The Page Point Bistro gratefully supports these local suppliers

Constantly changing and hopefully improving!


We are proud to be a part of a movement that inspires taking the time to enjoy your food.  Please join us and sit back, take a deep breath, look around you and take a moment to appreciate all that we share…food, family and friends.
 
As members of the Slow Food Community it is our responsibility to do our best to support local food suppliers.  Whenever possible, with logistics, economy and availability to consider, we have sourced many of our products locally.  
 
 Merridale Cider……Cobble Hill

Phillips Beer……Victoria

Bacon…..Port Alberni

Salmon…….Pacific waters

Mussels…………..Saltspring Island

Pacific Cod…..Pacific Northwest

Albacore Tuna……Victoria

Chicken…………..Duncan (Island Farmhouse)

Honey …….Yellow Point (Freidrichs Farm)

Regular Coffee…..Cobble Hill  (Drumroaster)

Decaf Coffee……..Ladysmith (Gulf Islands Roasting)

Cranberries……Yellow Point (Yellow Point Cranberries)

Garlic……Yellow Point (Yellow Point Blues)

Beets………Yellow Point (Mcnab’s Farm)

Eggs…….Duncan (Farmer Ben’s Eggs)

Clams………Ladysmith (North Cove)

Mint, Rosemary, Thyme, Sage………Ladysmith (Page Point Garden)

Smoked Salmon……Nanaimo(St. Jean’s Cannery)

Blueberries……Yellow Point (Yellow Point Blues)

Oysters………Ladysmith (North Cove)

Assortment of cheeses……….Qualicum Beach (Little Qualicum Cheeseworks)

                   ……….Natural Pastures (Comox Valley)

Raspberries……Woodley’s Range (Raven’s Grove)

 

For more information, please check out:

http://www.slowfood.com

 

Page Point Bistro also participates with Cowichan Bio-Diesel Co-op

We recycle all of our used cooking oil

http://www.smellbetter.org