Restaurants in Richmond

C$10.99 for a Meal for Two, Featuring Two Regular Subs, Bags of Chips, and Drinks at Quiznos (C$21.54 Value)

Quiznos

Richmond

C$21.54 C$10.99

Enjoy crispy subs layered high with meats, veggies, and cheese, and paired with bags of chips and drinks

C$29 for a Japanese Hot-Pot Meal for Two at Gokudo Shabu Shabu (C$68 Value)

Gokudo Shabu Shabu

City Centre

C$68 C$29

Diners fill individual hot pots with soup bases, meats, and vegetables, creating fresh, hot dishes right at their table

C$29 for a Chinese Hot-Pot Meal with Sides for Two at Point Zero Four Fusion Restaurant (C$57.99 Value)

Point Zero Four Fusion Restaurant

Richmond

C$57.99 C$29

All-you-can-eat Beijing-style hot pot, where diners cook their chosen meats and veggies in a bowl of simmering broth on their table

C$28 for a Three-Course Contemporary Dinner for Two at L.A. Grill (Up to C$57.70 Value)

L.A. Grill

Richmond

C$57.70 C$28

(16)

Soup and salad complement sandwiches, burgers, pastas, and entrees, including New York strip steak and prawns

Pan-Asian Meal for Two or Four at Shang Noodle House (Up to 54% Off)

Shang Noodle House

Multiple Locations

C$37.86 C$18

Grilled pork jowl meat ramen, deep fried chicken wing, steamed pork dumpling in spicy sauce, pop, and fresh mango pudding

C$30 for C$60 Worth of French and West Coast Cuisine at Tapenade Bistro 

Tapenade Bistro

Richmond

C$60 C$30

(344)

Locally focused, sustainable menu features seasonal seafood stew, mussels with chorizo, potato-herb gnocchi, tapenade and charcuterie

C$30 for C$60 Worth of Steak and Seafood for Four or More People at Charthouse Restaurant

Charthouse Restaurant

Steveston Harbour

C$60 C$30

The views of the Gulf of Georgia make a great location to enjoy salmon, prawns, burgers, and other seafood and steak-house favourites

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Eating at Starry Night Restaurant provides a hip alternative to dining out under the night sky. Purple panels overhead are speckled with glowing dots and recessed lights, which surround a chandelier bristling with refractive glass. Beneath the cool hues, waiters carry plates of deep-fried spring rolls and chargrilled ribeye over to purple booths that curve along the walls. Seated in the downstairs lounge, diners can nibble on pan-seared halibut or an appetizing lighting fixture as they listen to live music on select nights.

9231 Beckwith Rd
Richmond,
BC
CA

Hananoki Japanese Restaurant Cafe’s menu highlights nigiri, sashimi, and maki. Chefs position salmon and tuna sashimi alongside scallops and California rolls on combination platters or within wooden hana boats that also make great tub toys. They also prepare rolls and nigiri a la carte, and surprise patrons with rotating assortments of chirashi, a mélange of rice, fish, and veggies. Beyond fresh seafood, cooks also dish up Japanese mainstays, including chicken katsu, beef teriyaki, and tempura.

3679 Westminster Highway
Richmond,
BC
CA

Aromas of spicy garlic, honey-roasted pork cheeks, and hot soups flood the dining room at Hakkasan Contemporary Chinese Cuisine, wafting an olfactory preview of the menu's contemporary Chinese cuisine past diners' tables. Although the chefs rely on traditional Cantonese spices and cooking techniques, their goal is to elevate Chinese fare—without masking the dishes' regional roots—by integrating eclectic ingredients such as foie gras and Berkshire pork loin. They also complement the Eastern flavours with Western presentations, carefully sculpting and arranging every entree on its plate to create a thoroughly refined dining experience, and one that has earned praise from the Richmond Review and the Vancouver Sun. In addition, Hakkasan won Best Service Award from the 2011 HSBC Diner's Choice Awards.

The restaurant's signature tasting menus rotate seasonally, which allows the chefs to incorporate fresh bounties of locally sourced produce, organic greens, and free-range chicken. Additionally, the à la carte menu tempts diners with its own selection of entrees, including a fragrant quail-and-fungus soup that double boils inside of a young coconut for three hours.

2188 No. 5 Rd
Richmond,
BC
CA

Even though the menu is influenced by eateries in the Old World, almost every other element of Tapenade Bistro is supremely local. Chef Colin Uyeda, who grew up in Steveston, got his first job in a kitchen at age 15 according to the Richmond Review. The reporter sampled locally caught seafood, going so far as to name the local fisherman behind octopus that's "succulently braised and served with in-house merguez sausage, harissa paste, a combination of pickled and fresh vegetables, and a citrus emulsion."

That's not the end of the regional influences though; there are Salt Spring Island mussels, cuts of Fraser Valley pork, and more, all of it made in compliance with Ocean Wise's guidelines for sustainability. Small producers from the region are well represented on the wine list, as well, and a special dinner series walks patrons through those offerings.

3711 Bayview St
Richmond,
BC
CA

Located within the Hilton Vancouver Airport hotel, Carmichael's greets its guests with a casual and open dining room where local ingredients transform into West Coast cuisine at breakfast, lunch, and dinner. While seated in high-back chairs and sipping cocktails, diners gaze at the royal-blue and yellow ceilings that support modernly designed chandeliers. The kitchen staff puts its personal touch on gourmet burgers, succulent steaks, and pan-seared sockeye salmon drenched in the same lemon-caper sauce that fills the Pacific Ocean. Shareable offerings foster communal dining, tempting patrons to devour gourmet cheese plates between sips of imported wines and draft beers. As their ovens start to crow each morning, the culinary staff turns focus to breakfast and cooks up farm fresh eggs alongside bacon and sausage.

5911 Minoru Blvd
Richmond,
BC
CA

A gentle breeze blows across the bay, travelling to an outdoor patio where it tousles the hair of patrons sharing tapas and lounging atop chic black-and-white couches. This scene embodies Mandalay Lounge & Steakhouse, a restaurant whose staff aims to seamlessly fuse globally inspired cuisine, trendy decor, and serene ambience. The eatery's chefs seek balance between Asian and European culinary influences as they top their succulent steaks in demi-glace and craft rice bowels. These multicultural influences seem to echo the dining room's decor, which blends the familiar glow of chandeliers with Southeast Asian adornments, such as decorative elephants that sound their trunks and ask for a bite at each dish's arrival. Upstairs, staff refill wine glasses in a private dining room that overlooks the water.

3900 Bayview St, Ste 140
Richmond,
BC
CA