There's no shortage of Asian restaurants in Vancouver and you never have to go for to satisfy your craving. Expect to find traditional dishes served from tiny hole-in-the wall joints to contemporary spaces that put a twist on the classics.
Guu started with one location in 1990s and it now has multiple restaurants in Vancouver and Toronto. This traditional Japanese izakaya keeps guests coming back for more with their delicious eats and well-priced dishes. It's the perfect spot to go with friends, order a pitcher, and order a smattering of the menu.
A visit to Phnom Penh for Cambodian and Vietnamese food isn't complete without the butter beef and deep fried chicken wings. This restaurant doesn't appear much from the exterior, but the dishes will wow you. During peak times there can be a bit of a wait, but it passes reasonably quickly and the chicken wings alone are worth the wait.
Sometimes you just want to grab something quick that won't break the bank. When the moment strikes, head to Chinatown's Ba Le Sandwich Shop. This hole-in-the wall serves a variety of tasty Vietnamese sandwiches for under $5.
These ten restaurants are just a taste of what's available in Vancouver and will get you started in the right direction. This list focuses on restaurants close to the city's core, but if you're willing to travel, you should check out what Richmond has to offer.