Pink Pearl is putting profits back to the community with a scrumptious Journey of Chinese Cuisine beginning May 1st.
“Pink Pearl is a keen supporter of the local community and has hosted many charity events,” says general manager and partner Alvin Zhang at a recent media dinner held at the restaurant.
He thanked loyal customers and the community for their support over the years.
Opened in 1980, Pink Pearl, a neighbourhood favourite has been serving Cantonese-style cuisine in Vancouver for nearly four decades.
A fire forced the restaurant closure in late 2009. It re-opened in May 2012.
To mark the 5th anniversary of the restaurant’s re-opening, Pink Pearl has launched a special menu to give back to the community, added Zhang.
The award-winning restaurant is one of Vancouver’s few remaining Chinese restaurants that still offer the old-school push cart dim sum service.
Fundraising Campaign Supporting Food Bank and Vancouver Sowers Society
Starting May 1st through Aug. 31, diners can savour Pink Pearl’s classic dishes spanning the ’80s, ’90s, 2000s to 2010s.
Partial proceeds from the $568 CAD (inclusive of tax and gratuity), 10-course dinner will benefit the Greater Vancouver Food Bank and the Vancouver Sowers Society of Education children’s learning projects.
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The 10-12 person menu which averages from $50 CAD to $57 CAD per person requires a minimum of 48 hours reservation.
Call for reservations.
Pink Pearl Chinese Restaurant
1132 E. Hastings (west of Clark)
Daily – 9 am to 10 pm
Friday and Saturday closing at 10:30 pm.
Parking: Two free customer parking lots