Most people have memories from childhood they’d like to revisit, but Ashton Phillips knows his childhood memories of rich chowder in California are worth sharing. The owner of Crab Park Chowdery is working to create a destination, if not new obsession, for soups in Vancouver that beg you to share with good friends.
Having grown up in Northern California, Ashton’s cravings for rich chowders and hearty soups have brought a touch of San Francisco to Vancouver. Opening up in historic Gastown, Crab Park Chowdery uses its unique setting to present distinctly beautiful meals. With Kyle Broughton’s passionate help in the kitchen, endeavors past the world of soup have lead to mouth-watering meals that bring big joy. Ready to serve up smiles to anyone that walks through the front door, everyone at the Chowdery is trained in using high-quality ingredients in the art of great soup.
You can easily describe the chowders and soups available as Instagram posts come to life, but the real beauty lies in a balance of complex flavors and simple ingredients. Putting consistency at top of mind, the Chowdery presents a straightforward menu that satisfies all of the cravings. If you’re hungry for grilled cheese and smoky tomato soup, or lobster salad sandwich with a classic New England clam chowder, Crab Park Chowdery has your back. All of the classics are available via traditional cup with a topping of greens or bacon, but if you’re craving an old-world approach, a freshly baked sourdough bowl will come as your container. Come for the chowder, and stay knowing no one leaves the Crab Park Chowdery hungry.