Ahoy! Enjoy Vancouver's Best Restaurants Near the Cruise Ship Terminal

You’re spoiled for choice when it comes to dining options that are close to Vancouver's Cruise Ship Terminal - Canada Place. From fine dining, quick pub food, and some of Vancouver’s best sushi, the choices are endless.

If it's views and beautiful food you want, it's Miku Restaurant you need. This fine-dining Japanese restaurant is a local favorite for their aburi-style sushi and incredible dishes. Each plate is bursting with freshness, flavor, and plenty of creativity – Miku is a solid choice.

For something quick and casual, make your way into Gastown and pay La Taqueria a visit. These authentic tacos are tasty and won't break the bank.

If you're strapped for time and need to find the closest place for a bite, head to Cactus Club. This chain restaurant has locations in British Columbia and Alberta, and it's somewhere you can go for approachable food that's consistent across the board. Chef Rob Feenie made his mark in fine dining and now oversees the menu for all Cactus Club locations. On the menu you will find a variety of West Coast and international cuisine that are made using local and sustainable ingredients. This location is huge and can accommodate larger groups, but the best part is the view – it's hard to beat!

Finish off your meal with a visit to Bella Gelateria where you'll find Vancouver's best gelato.

Whether you're looking for quick and cheap, healthy and delicious or romantic and intimate, the options are endless.

After a few licks, gelato aficionados will likely say that Bella Gelateria has some of the best cool and creamy treats out there; it won first place at the 2012 Florence Italy Gelato Festival. Owner and gelato maker, James Coleridge, makes small...  Read More

Cactus Club is a chain restaurant with locations in British Columbia and Alberta. The food is consistent across each location and diners appreciate that dependability. Chef Rob Feenie made his mark in fine dining and now oversees the menu for...  Read More

Tuc Craft Kitchen has comfort written all over it from morning until night. Located in the heart of Vancouver's historic Gastown, Tuc is a local favorite. The casual and cozy atmosphere lends itself well to everything from date night to a meal...  Read More

In 1993 the first izakaya opened up in Vancouver. That izakaya is what we now as Guu. They offer tasty dishes that are affordable and ideal for sharing with friends. The original location is on Thurlow Street and this Gastown location is one...  Read More

Nuba Restaurant
Photo courtesy of Nuba Restauarnt

Nuba is one of Vancouver's favorite gems that has built a strong following that has helped pave the way for its expansion across the city. Nuba specializes in Middle Eastern dishes and everything from the hummus and baba ghanouj to the...  Read More

The Pacific Northwest's bounty is one that's varied, plentiful and one to be celebrated, and that's exactly what chef David Gunawan is renowned for. Locals are likely already familiar with his award-winning restaurant, Farmer's Apprentice, and...  Read More

Located in the beautiful Fairmont Pacific Rim, ORU Cuisine brings "seasonally inspired dishes featuring food of the Pacific Northwest with flavours of the Pacific Rim". The menu boasts beautiful dishes throughout the day and a delicious meal...  Read More

Nestled in Vancouver's historic Gastown, the Pourhouse Restaurant is a local favorite when it comes to good food and well-made cocktails. Lovely vintage pieces of furniture in the bar area complement the reclaimed wood used to build the...  Read More

La Taqueria
Photo courtesy of La Taqueria

Authentic Latin and Mexican fare is hard to come by in Vancouver, but La Taqueria does an excellent job of bringing the flavors of the South to the North. Choose from items like de cachete (tender beef cheeks), carnitas (pork confit), pollo con...  Read More

Miku restaurant has made a name for itself in Vancouver for serving some of the best sushi in the city. Miku was the first restaurant in North America to start serving aburi sushi and it has since become a popular style of sushi, especially...  Read More


Meet Natasha John

Natasha is not born and raised in Vancouver, but is pretty certain it's her spirit hometown. After jumping around Canada, Texas, Arkansas and the UK, she has her feet firmly planted in...  More About Natasha

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