10Best Vancouver, BC Restaurants
On weekends, most restaurants downtown get pretty busy, so make a reservation earlier in the week if you can to avoid a wait.
- Best Restaurants
- Best of Vancouver's Chinatown
- Best of Vancouver's Downtown
- Best Value
- Casual Dining
- Desserts & Coffee
- Family Friendly
- Farm to Table
- Fine Dining
- Gluten-Free Baked Goods
- Outdoor Dining
- Restaurants for Beer
- Restaurants near Cruise Port
- Restaurants with Gluten-Free Menus
- Romantic Dining
- Take Out
- Waterfront Dining
- Wine, Cheese & Caviar
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New & Notable Vancouver Restaurants
Hot, new Vancouver restaurants & notable dining experiences you shouldn't miss.
A visit to West Vancouver's Dundarave Village is a treat in itself, but Temper Pastry ups the ante and makes it a must-visit! Step inside this lovely pastry shop and prepare for a visual feast! Beautiful chocolate displays greet you at the door, proceeded by the big display of baked goods, sandwiches and chocolates. The hardest part is trying to decide what to have! Read more »All New & Notable Vancouver Restaurants »
La Mezcaleria serves up Mexican food made from traditional recipes in a fun yet cozy environment on buzzing Commercial Drive in Vancouver. Go with friends to make a hefty dent in the menu, as you sample your way through the snacks, mains, desserts and drinks. Wednesdays pack a little extra punch, and the father/son musical duo will make you swoon. Read more »All New & Notable Vancouver Restaurants »
About Vancouver, BC Restaurants
Vancouver’s restaurant scene is a treat to explore! This multi-cultural city is full of tempting hole-in-the-walls that are full on flavor and light on cost. In fact, some of the best dishes can be found in these mom and pop shops -- head to Chinatown when you’re in the mood for Chinese, Cambodian, Vietnamese and other exotic flavors. Vancouver is known to have some of the best sushi in North America and it’s not surprising considering the city is right on the ocean and is home to a large Japanese population. Fresh seafood doesn’t stop at sushi and can be found everywhere from waterfront fish and chip shops to high-end restaurants. Gastownmay draw you in with its historic charm, but the restaurants will keep you coming back for more. However, this is just the tip of the iceberg. Put on your stretchy pants and explore the diverse culinary scene!
- Vancouver Expert Natasha John