Restaurants in Vancouver

Trilussa Pizza & Pane – C$25.99 for a 2-Foot Pizza and Drinks

Trilussa Pizza & Pane

Riley Park

C$33.39 C$25.99

(85)

Two-foot, oblong Roman-style pizza topped with ingredients such as soppressata, potatoes, and prosciutto

45% Off Build-Your-Own Soups at Little Sheep Mongolian Hot Pot

Little Sheep Mongolian Hot Pot - West Broadway

Vancouver

C$20 C$11

Communal diners dunk meats and veggies into a pot of boiling broth, producing cooked bites and a flavorful soup

C$6 for Bagels and Pastries at Solly's Bagelry

Solly's Bagelry

Multiple Locations

C$12 C$6

(453)

Traditional Jewish bakery serves boiled bagels and fresh-baked Jewish pastries such as babka, strudel, and rugoleh

Up to 51% Off International Food at Brasserie Bistro

Brasserie Bistro

Vancouver

C$40 C$20

Chefs whip up a variety of Canadian- & comfort-food, from chili lime prawns to poutine to burgers made with prime rib or salmon fillets

131 Water Kitchen & Bar – Up to 54% Off

131 Water Kitchen & Bar

Downtown Vancouver

C$30 C$15

(32)

Pub staples such as beer-battered haddock, and crab dip, paired with cocktails and craft brews such as Parallel 49

39% Off Breakfast and Coffee at Fatburger

Fatburger

On Location

C$14.67 C$9

Fatburger's newly introduced breakfast items, such as the egg and cheese sandwich with hashbrowns or stacks of pancakes

50% Shared Meal at Hidden Tasting Bar & Social Lounge

Hidden Tasting Bar & Social Lounge

Downtown Vancouver

C$44 C$22

(37)

Diners sample flatbread with olive tapenade and tzatziki, rustic mini-pizza with fresh basil pesto, and a slew of sushi rolls

50% Off at The August Jack

The August Jack

Kitsilano

C$50 C$25

(32)

Seasonal dishes made with proteins that are ethically and organically raised without antibiotics or hormones; locally sourced produce

50% Off Nepalese and Tibetan Fare at Gurkha Himalayan Kitchen

Gurkha Himalayan Kitchen

West End

C$24 C$12

(40)

Chef from Gorkha channels his heritage into crafting Nepalese and Tibetan cuisine, including curries, rices, and vegetarian-friendly foods

Up to 57% Off Dinner at The Libra Room

The Libra Room

Grandview-Woodland

C$47 C$22

(44)

This astrology-inspired restaurant and music lounge serves a menu of mussels, pizza, pasta, and specialty burgers

Up to 50% Off Himalayan Cuisine at Yak & Yeti Bistro

Yak & Yeti Bistro

Kitsilano

C$25 C$14

(16)

Modern Himalayan cuisine highlights imported spices and local ingredients in dishes such as duck cooked in ginger and chicken sizzler

Up to 52% Off Kebabs at Hanna Meat

Hanna Meat

Renfrew-Collingwood

C$30 C$15

Takeout platters of chicken and beef kebabs, chicken souvlaki, grilled lamb, and chicken wings

Half Off Fusion Cuisine at The Ascot

The Ascot

Downtown Vancouver

C$30 C$15

(28)

Sassafras beef short ribs, pulled pork tacos, and halibut ceviche served in an English-style pub with a heated open-air patio

46% Off All-You-Can-Eat Indian Table-Service Dinner for Two

Atithi

Vancouver

C$56 C$30

(65)

Restaurant lauded by "Vancouver" magazine dishes up curries, biryanis, and paneers made with recipes from across India

50% Off Indian Food at Mezbaan Fine Indian Fusion

Mezbaan Fine Indian Fusion

Vancouver

C$24 C$12

(18)

Chef grind their own masala spices for dishes such as lamb methi with fenugreek, home-made paneer, and rice pudding with cardamom nuts

46%Off Indian Cuisine at Maurya Bistro

Maurya Bistro

Ambleside

C$24 C$13

Menu of traditional Indian cuisine includes tandoori chicken, fish masala, and naan

Up to 52% Off French Cuisine at La Régalade French Bistro

La Régalade French Bistro

West Vancouver

C$40 C$20

(155)

Steak tartare, chicken fricassee, and steamed and marinated mussels served in a casual French eatery with an outdoor garden patio

C$54 for a Dinner in the Dark for Two at Dark Table

Dark Table

Kitsilano

C$78 C$54

Visually impaired servers lead patrons into a completely dark dining room, where they eat gourmet meals with options for surprise dishes

50% Off Italian Cuisine at Al Porto Ristorante

Al Porto Ristorante

Downtown Vancouver

C$40 C$20

(96)

Restaurant nestles diners in rustic Tuscan ambiance for authentic Italian antipastos, pizzas & succulent seafood entrees

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Subeez’s team of chefs—champions of contemporary fare infused with eclectic twists—whip up familiar-yet-unique noshes for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Amid an open kitchen looking on to the warmly lit dining room, culinary gurus chop and stir for an audience of eaters as they architect dishes featuring mouthwatering ingredients such as watermelon-jalapeno coulis, house-cured duck leg, and foccacia bread fresh from the oven. Alongside hearty steak frites and lamb shanks, a host of meatless fare dapples the menu and exemplifies the kitchen’s dedication to pleasing the palates of vegans, vegetarians, and visiting apatosauruses. Dexterous bar tenders concoct artful libations before launching them down the sleek wooden bar, and baristas specializing in the art of bean brewing send mugs of perfectly percolated coffee out to tables.

Intent on fostering a welcoming atmosphere, attentive servers continually wend and soft-shoe through the dining room’s intimate booths and tables to ensure that each patron remains sated and free from stomach growls. To further enhance the restaurant’s sense of youthful, eclectic energy, a lineup of DJs holds court in-house on Thursday through Sunday evenings spinning sonic webs of R&B, funk, and dubstep.

891 Homer St
Vancouver,
BC
CA

Nestled within the Tuscan-inspired and honeyed confines of Hotel Le Soleil, Copper Chimney Restaurant & Bar's executive chef exercises his mastery of the tandoor oven while concocting an abundance of Indian-fusion fare spread across five menus. Traditional North American breakfasts or a variety of lunch and dinnertime dishes––ranging from succulent seafood entrees and tandoori-style chicken to Italian-inspired eggplant––are colourfully stacked onto plates, sating the stomach growls of hungering clientele. Beneath a commissioned Murano glass chandelier, the pungent aroma of spices wafts from an open kitchen into a two-level dining room. Servers relegate private diners to a secluded VIP room or transparent penalty box, while the bar, penthouse, and terrace floor afford guests different views of Mediterranean-inspired metal wall art. Inside the intimate lounge, chefs endear patrons with savoury tapas, and internationally acclaimed DJ Chelsea J scores gastronomic excursions every Friday and Saturday night.

567 Hornby Street
Vancouver,
BC
CA

A raw bar packed with ice, oysters, and crab greets diners when they enter Cork & Fin, offering a glimpse at a menu of refined seafood and contemporary cuisine that Zagat rated "very good to excellent." In addition to spotlighting seafood by creating towers of oysters on the half shell, dungeness crab legs, and albacore tuna tartare, the chefs demonstrate their culinary skills by introducing new flavours. Saffron aioli adds a distinctive, Mediterranean spark to seafood fritters, barbecued mackerel arrives with the restrained zest of a beetroot vinaigrette, and wild mushrooms lend a savoury decadence to six-ounce cuts of grilled sirloin.

This commitment to simple yet refined cuisine complements the split-level dining area's clean, minimalist decor. Exposed brick walls supply a rustic vibe that acknowledges the building's historic Gastown roots, but the room also features modern accents, including track lighting and an electron microscope. Bordered by a stately white banister, the mezzanine level presents guests with a semiprivate dining option for parties or special events.

221 Carrall Street
Vancouver,
BC
CA

Raincity Grill's chefs embrace the essence of British Columbia by forging seasonally rotating menus with the region's organic and locally grown crops. They regard their cuisine as "a tribute to the local farmers, fisherman and producers" from whom they source their ingredients, highlighting the farm-fresh vegetables and proteins in meals that Zagat rates as "very good to excellent." Though the menu changes, dishes may shine a spotlight on wild salmon in carrot sauce, dry-aged bone-in rib eye, or pappardelle pasta with wild and cultivated mushrooms.

The restaurant's signature 100 Mile tasting menu almost exclusively incorporates ingredients from within 100 miles, the exact distance that the prep chefs can rollerblade in one day. Even the wine selection consists almost entirely of carefully vinted bottles from the Pacific West Coast. By partnering with the Vancouver Aquarium's Ocean Wise conservation program, the chefs also demonstrate their commitment to sustainable seafood and environmental responsibility.

1193 Denman St
Vancouver,
BC
CA

The kitchen at JR Taste of Ceylon is awash in an olfactory symphony of fragrant spices, the simmering warmth of hot red peppers tempered by the sweetness of ginger and the gentle perfume of cardamom. Employing the traditional Sri Lankan practice of fast roasting spices before grinding them, chefs use these rich seasonings to coax forth the nuanced flavours of Sri Lankan and South Indian cuisine. They carefully steam black lentil idli cakes and bake batches of rice shrouded in banana leaves to create meaty lamprias. Though many menu items feature tender beef, mutton, or fish, chefs furnish vegetarian diners with rice- and lentil-based dosa crepes with veggies, sambar, and chutney.

After placing the finishing touches on each dish, chefs dispatch them to tables where diners partake in family-style dining by scooping servings onto their own plate and passive-aggressively asking their sibling to pass the salt. While diners are welcome to use cutlery, they can also adhere to Sri Lankan customs by eating with only their right hand.

3929 Knight St
Vancouver,
BC
CA

Cannibal Café's aged, hand-ground Black Angus beef patties pack a flavour that the Vancouver's Best Burger blog described as "[hitting] your mouth like a mosh-pit." And mosh pit is an accurate image—the restaurant exudes a punk-rock vibe with vintage '90s rock 'n' roll posters that paper the walls, honouring bands such as Violent Femmes, Queen, and Devo. Two beef patties serve as the foundation for the classic burger, which patrons can customize with anything from a fried egg and an avocado slice to basil pesto, Canadian cheddar, and old-style bacon. Specialties include the Montreal smoked-brisket burger, with sauerkraut, swiss cheese, russian dressing, gherkins, and garlic on a brioche bun. Vegetarian patties are available for people who love punk rock but hate its endorsement of cow tipping. For drinks, Cannibal Café offers signature milkshakes and Jones Soda Co. pop along with 12 beers and 4 wines on tap.

1818 Commercial Drive
Vancouver,
BC
CA