Restaurants in Coquitlam

Hand-Crafted Pub Food and Drinks at The Big River Restaurant (Half Off).

The Big River Restaurant

Coquitlam

C$30 C$15

Barbecue chicken pizza, burgers with beer-braised onions, and blackened fish tacos accompany the brewery's 8 varieties of beer

Burgers and Wings for 2, 4, or 10 People at Cat & Fiddle Sports Bar & Grill (Up to 50% Off)

Cat & Fiddle Sports Bar & Grill

Port Coquitlam

C$36 C$18

(85)

Wings in 16 different flavours served alongside burgers topped with ingredients such as pulled pork or smoked cheddar

Two or Four Belgian Waffles with Artisan Tea at Chiffon Belgian Waffle Bar and Tea (Up to 50% Off)

Chiffon Belgian Waffle Bar and Tea

Port Coquitlam

C$28 C$14

Classic Belgian waffles with decadent toppings including Oreos and dark chocolate; pecans, banana, and rum sauce; or espresso ice cream

Casual Canadian Breakfast or Burger Meals for Two or Four at Laces Restaurant and Cafe (Up to 54% Off)

Laces Restaurant and Cafe

Port Coquitlam

C$20 C$11

Staples ranging from hearty breakfasts to gourmet half-pound burgers paired with soup or salad, fries, and can drinks

C$10 for C$20 Worth of Pub Food and Drinks at Roo's Pub and Grill

Roo's Pub and Grill

Town Centre

C$20 C$10

(28)

Housemade burgers, chicken wings tossed in one of six seasoning blends, pizza, sandwiches, and pasta

Gourmet Thai Cuisine at Chada Thai Fine Cuisine (Up to 56% Off). Two Options Available.

Chada Thai Fine Cuisine

Town Centre

C$40 C$20

(269)

Duo of chefs prepares sustainable, traditional gourmet Thai fare, including seafood and noodle dishes and green, red, and panang curry

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A colourful spectrum of gelato flavours, safely ensconced in a gleaming glass case, catches the eyes of customers at Matteo's Gelato. Helmed by a classically trained owner that’s been crafting frozen desserts for more than 35 years, the gelateria stocks a selection of classic and creative flavours that rotates as often as a clown’s spinning bow tie. From seasonal appearances of candy-cane or pumpkin-pie gelato to regular flavours such as chocolate hazelnut and cherry blossom, the shop consistently tempts visitors to try something new. Espresso drinks create a pleasing contrast to the cold treats, especially when gelato is ordered affogato style: with a fresh shot poured over the chilly dessert.

2615 Mary Hill Rd
Port Coquitlam,
BC
CA

Chada Thai Fine Cuisine—named after the traditional headpiece in a Thai classical dance—prepares platefuls of pan-seared tiger prawns, chicken blanketed in curry sauce, and pad thai noodles. Around the dining room, elaborate headpieces adorn walls, and sculptures sit near the entrance, high-fiving patrons as they walk in.

2991 Lougheed Hwy
Coquitlam,
BC
CA

With its burnished leather chairs, high-backed wooden booths, and burgundy walls, the look of Copper Club Restaurant & Lounge’s dining room hearkens back to a turn-of-the-century smoking parlor or baron’s study. It’s a stark change from the airy lounge space next door with its vaulted ceiling, wall of windows, and blue and orange plush couches. Though the two spaces harbor aesthetic differences, their cuisine unites them, as chefs sear certified Angus beef from Canadian ranches and Ocean Wise–approved sustainable seafood to populate their menu of West Coast-based fusion fare. Each dish melds fresh flavours with flourishes evocative of worldly cuisines, from Asian mango salsa and coconut tomato sauce to St. Louis–style barbecue. Once dining companions have cleared food from plates and spoons from noses, they can retreat to the lounge for live music until midnight on Fridays and Saturdays.

405 North Rd
Coquitlam,
BC
CA

At Ricky's All Day Grill, the grill stays hot from breakfast time to dinner. Behind it, the cooks flip three egg omelets with shrimp, pesto, and goat cheese and sear certified Angus beef sirloin steaks. Daily cocktail specials and beers on tap fill diners' glasses along with smoothies, specialty coffees, and milkshakes.

1090 Lougheed Highway
Coquitlam,
BC
CA

It's safe to say all living things like food, but maybe not as much as Chef Victor Bongo does. Recently transplanted from Africa, a young Victor worked as a dishwasher, but the siren call of the culinary scene lured him. He navigated from one kitchen to another, learning to cook, achieving the position of head chef, and eventually studying with three-star Michelin Chef Edmund Liew-On.

Today, Chef Bongo helms Daniel's Restaurant, where he puts his considerable talents to work blending internationally beloved spices into local seasonal and organic ingredients. He places pan-seared scallops into seas of pureed parsnips or submerges bison filet mignon in blueberry-port-wine sauce. His culinary ministrations earned his new restaurant the accolades of local press, including Straight.com's 2012 Golden Plate award for Best New Restaurant Outside Vancouver.

2786 Barnet Highway
Coquitlam,
BC
CA

Since 1997, Big River Brewing Company has created its craft beers on the banks of the historic Fraser River. At the brewer's restaurants, you can pair their 8 distinctive brews with hearty pub food. In some cases, that pairing is taken care of for you?the chicken burger is marinated in Sidewheeler blond ale, and there are beer-braised onions, crisp bacon, cheddar cheese, and a special sauce on the Big River classic burger. Sauces are another specialty here?a cajun basil pesto amps up the chicken quesadilla; meanwhile, Frank's red hot sauce coats the brewhouse wings and the fingers of everyone who eats them. The Coquitlam location has an open kitchen, so you can watch at the chefs incorporate ales and lagers into their dishes and sauces.

228 Schoolhouse St
Coquitlam,
BC
CA