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Popular Restaurants in Vancouver

If you're a first time visitor to Vancouver, you might prefer a more touristy area, but if you're a solo traveler, a smaller local eatery could be more interesting. Some areas have lots of things to do within walking distance, but the restaurants may be more expensive. To give you a starting point for your trip research, we looked at what people say about restaurants in Vancouver.


What are some good restaurants in Vancouver?

Here are some of the most recommended restaurants in Vancouver.

Vij’s
1480 W 11th Ave Vancouver, BC

(604) 736-6664
L'Abattoir
217 Carrall St Vancouver, BC

(604) 568-1701
Chambar Restaurant
562 Beatty St Greater Vancouver, BC

(604) 879-7119
Fable Kitchen
1944 West 4th Avenue Vancouver, BC

(604) 732-1322
Edible Canada
Johnston Street BC

(604) 682-6681
Empress Hotel
235 Hastings St E Vancouver, BC

(604) 681-5364
Pourhouse
162 Water Street Vancouver, Canada

(604) 568-7022
The Flying Pig Yaletown
1168 Hamilton St. Vancouver, BC
The Sandbar Seafood Restaurant
Vancouver, BC

(604) 669-9030
The Fish House in Stanley Park
8901 Stanley Park Dr Vancouver, BC
Hawksworth Restaurant
801 W Georgia St Vancouver, BC

(604) 673-7000
Wildebeest
120 W Hastings St Vancouver, BC

(604) 687-6880
TacoFino
2327 E Hastings St Vancouver, BC

(604) 253-8226
Guu
838 Thurlow St Vancouver, BC

(604) 685-8817
Alibi Room
157 Alexander Street Vancouver, BC

(604) 623-3383

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Here's what Trippy members had to say about restaurants:

"Vij's Rangoli- either Rangoli or Vij’s"  See More

"Pourhouse & L'Abatoir- these 2 restaurants are located in GasTown."  See More

"Vij’s, The Naam, Hon's Wun-Tun House, Chambar Restaurant, Salt Tasting Room."  See More

"I would just add a couple of my favourites, Fable Kitchen (almost next door to Maenam) definitely sit at the open kitchen bar; Osteria Savio Volpe (a little off the beaten track but worth it); and last but by no means least Il Giardino - an Italian staple on the Vancouver food scene for decades (same owner)."  See More

"If you want some local farm to table type restaurants I would check out Fable Kitchen or Edible Canada."  See More

"Take the ferry from Port Angeles or Vancouver to Victoria and visit Empress Hotel for tea, Butchart Gardens, walk around the Parliament building area"  See More

"Depending on the food you want to eat and cash you want to spend, here are a few suggestions: The Flying Pig Yaletown Cioppino's Mediterranean Grill Cardero's Restaurant (View!"  See More

"The Sandbar Seafood Restaurant - If you're going to Vancouver for the first time, visiting Granville Island is a must."  See More

"There is a lovely restaurant in the park called The Fish House in Stanley Park (ask for Louis) or save your appetite for Granville Island."  See More

"Personal favourites of my own (that I don't see mentioned in others' answers) are La Quercia, with the tasting menu the standout, Cinara, which also has a tasting menu, Maenam Thai Restaurant, both locations of La Mezcaleria, Juniper, West, Wildebeest, and Ask for Luigi Restaurant."  See More

"For cool lunches be sure to check out Meat & Bread and TacoFino."  See More

"The asian restaurant seen is also exciting in Vancouver, you could check out Guu, Hapa Izakaya - Coal Harbour, MinamiTojo's Restaurant, Ramen Jinya."  See More

"Alibi Room had a nice selection of local beers to sample."  See More

Where can I find out more about Vancouver?

This page is just a starting point, to really get personalized advice from Vancouver locals and experienced travelers, post a question on Trippy! You can start by browsing the questions other people have asked about Vancouver.

If you've changed your mind and decided to go somewhere else, go to the main page and explore where to stay in any city.



   
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