Restaurants in Vancouver


Up to 40% Off Sandwiches and Cafe Treats at Beans

Beans

Beans

From the merchant: Fresh made sandwiches and all soups are non-dairy and vegan. Serves 49th parallel coffee and home made pastries

C$20 C$12

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C$29 for C$50 Worth of Italian Food at Osteria Napoli Ristorante

Osteria Napoli Ristorante

Osteria Napoli Ristorante

Passionate chef plates refined twists on Italian traditions while diners sing along to nightly live music Thursday–Sunday

C$50 C$29

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All-You-Can-Eat Indian Table-Service Dinner for Two, Four, or Six at Atithi Indian Restaurant (Up to 44% Off)

Atithi Indian Restaurant

Atithi

Restaurant lauded by “Vancouver” magazine dishes up curries, naan, and tandoori chicken made with recipes from across India

C$70 C$40

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10 Chicken or Beef Kebabs, 41-Piece Barbecue Platter, or Five-Pound Leg of Lamb from Hanna Meat (Up to 51% Off)

Hanna Meat

Hanna Meat

Takeout platters of kebabs, marinated legs of lamb, or a 41-piece barbecue platter that includes chicken, soulvaki, and kebabs

C$30 C$15

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Sandwiches, Pasta, and Mediterranean Food for Breakfast, Lunch, or Dinner at Avenue Grill Restaurant (Up to Half Off)

Avenue Grill Restaurant

Avenue Grill Restaurant

Entrees such as pecan chicken with mustard demi-glace sauce, and whole-wheat pasta tossed with prawns, avocado, and tomato

C$20 C$11

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Dinner for Two or Four at Bismarck (Up to 44% Off)

Bismarck

Bismarck

Welcoming, family-owned restaurant and bar serves comfort food with a southern twist in a modern atmosphere

C$44 C$25

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C$25 for C$40 Worth of Italian Cuisine for Two or More at Al Porto Ristorante

Al Porto Ristorante

Al Porto Ristorante

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

C$40 C$25

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C$25 for Four Izakaya Appetizers for Two at Kobe Steakhouse Vancouver (C$40 Value)

Kobe Steakhouse Vancouver

Downtown

Couples or friends split four izakaya appetizers, including chili-garlic calamari and deep-fried chicken with a soya-ginger dipping sauce

C$40 C$25

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C$33 for a Nine-Course Thai and Malaysian Tasting Menu for Two at Spoon Kitchen (C$56 Value)

Spoon Kitchen

Spoon Kitchen

Nine-course Thai and Malaysian meal includes fish stir-fried with caramelized ginger and beef curry

C$56 C$33

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Hot Pot Meals for Two or Four at The Original Szechuan Chongqing Bistro (Up to 53% Off)

The Original Szechuan Chongqing Bistro

International Village

Szechuan-inspired cuisine including ginger beef, Szechuan-style green beans, and honey garlic spare ribs

C$74 C$35

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Asian Fusion Cuisine for Two or Four or More at Thai One Asian Fusion (40% Off)

Thai One Asian Fusion

Thai One Asian Fusion

Thai cuisine is blended with the techniques and flavours of Japanese, Taiwanese, and southern Chinese cooking to produce tasty fusion dishes

C$20 C$12

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One or Two Groupons, Each Good for One Two-Foot Hot Pizza and Two Sodas at Trilussa Pizza & Pane (Up to 41% Off)

Trilussa Pizza & Pane

Trilussa Pizza & Pane

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

C$28.64 C$17

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Italian Cuisine for Lunch or Dinner at La Piazza Dario (Up to 52% Off)

La Piazza Dario

La Piazza Dario

Chef Claudio Ranallo prepares meaty entrees, pastas with rich sauces, and other Italian staples

C$50 C$25

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Indian Food for Two or Four at Mezbaan Fine Indian Fusion (50% Off)

Mezbaan Fine Indian Fusion

Mezbaan Fine Indian Fusion

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

C$24 C$12

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Dinner for Two Adults and Two Children, or C$20 for C$40 Worth of International Food at Brasserie Bistro

Brasserie Bistro

Vancouver

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

C$40 C$20

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Afternoon Tea, Including Sandwiches, Scones, Tea & Desserts, for Two or Four at Capstone Tea & Fondue (50% Off)

Capstone Tea & Fondue

Downtown Vancouver

Little sandwiches and mini quiches accompany sweet treats and two types of scones as guests sip tea in this modern tea house

C$55.90 C$28

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Japanese Cuisine and Sushi for Dinner at Kibo Restaurant and Lounge (50% Off). Two Options Available.

Kibo Restaurant and Lounge

Kibo Restaurant and Lounge

Robata grill cooks short ribs and barbecue squid; other dishes include marinated sablefish, uni shooters, and several types of sushi

C$30 C$15

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West-Coast Dinner Cuisine for Two or Four at Seven Dining Lounge (Up to 55% Off)

Seven Dining Lounge

Seven Dining Lounge

West-Coast cuisine crafted with ingredients sourced daily from local suppliers

C$41.97 C$19

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Pizzeria Cuisine and Drinks at Famous Famiglia (Up to 50% Off). Two Options Available.

Famous Famiglia

Famous Famiglia

International pizza franchise featured on “Celebrity Apprentice” vanquishes hunger with fresh specialty pizzas, garlic knots, and calzones

C$10 C$5

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  • Solly's Bagelry
    In March of 2014, Vancouver institution Solly?s Bagelry celebrated its 20th year of serving its signature Brooklyn-style bagels. In honor of the anniversary, we spoke with the founder and current owner Leah Markovitch about how she kept true to her grandmother's traditional recipes over the course of two decades. Bohemian Spirit Solly?s Bagelry exudes a homespun charm. Markovitch describes the delis as places where people could feel comfortable kicking off their shoes and relaxing. The antique furniture, mismatched sets of chairs, and soundtracks of old jazz and Jewish songs exemplify Solly?s Bagelry's laid-back and nostalgic spirit. What's Not To Like? Markovitch grew up baking and cooking alongside her grandmother, who taught her to create traditional Old-Country meals with simple but flavorful ingredients. When faced with an unfamiliar dish, Markovitch would ask her grandmother, "Will I like this?", and she invariably received the same response: "What's not to like?" Solly?s Bagelry continues to use many of Markovitch's grandmother's generations-old recipes today, making everything from challah to knishes from scratch. None of the dishes can be considered haute cuisine or upscale street foods, but they emphatically aren't meant to. Instead, Markovitch says that her grandmother's family recipes showcase the sort of flavors that can only come from rustic, traditional home cooking. "What's not to like?" now serves as a slogan at Solly?s Bagelry. The Bagels Taking inspiration from the Jewish delis of Brooklyn, Solly?s Bagelry boils and hand-rolls more than a dozen styles of bagels, which move straight from the deck ovens to the display cases. This style of bagel is famous for its texture, which is noticeably chewier than many deli or caf? bagels. Although they might seem different at first, Markovitch recommends trying one of these signature creations "if you want to taste tradition." Artistic License Markovitch recognizes how fortunate she is to have access to butter, chocolate, and other ingredients that would have been considered luxurious delicacies for past generations of Eastern Europeans. She uses these ingredients to add richer and heartier flavors to certain creations, and she even takes a bit of artistic license by creating inventive items, such as samosa knishes and chocolate matzah. However, she is quick to point out that, even when experimenting, Solly?s Bagelry never strays too far from the original recipes, and tradition is still the baseline. Some of the items' flavors may have changed a bit, but Markovitch says, "there's not too much that my grandmother would be surprised at."
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    4071 Main Street
    Vancouver, BC CA
  • JR Taste of Ceylon
    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.
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    3929 Knight Street
    Vancouver, BC CA
  • Cannibal Cafe
    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.
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    1818 Commercial Drive
    Vancouver, BC CA
  • Hub Restaurant and Lounge
    Hub Restaurant soothes taste buds in need of solace with sophisticated comfort fare at its locations in Yaletown, New West, and Denman. After noshing on appetizers and salads, visitors can feast upon expertly seared steak, fresh seafood entrees, heaping portions of pasta, and pazookies. The latter is Hub's signature dessert: a hot cast iron pan topped with vanilla gelato and filled with baked cookie dough flavors such as chocolate chip and white chocolate macadamia. The restaurant also serves a weekend brunch with dishes such as eggs benedict and a half-pound "morning after" burger. Hub Restaurant's locations surround cozy tables and booths with HD TVs broadcasting the latest sporting events and men?s deodorant commercials. Behind the well-stocked bars, bartenders pour craft beer and mix up classic cocktails.
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    1165 Mainland Street
    Vancouver, BC CA
  • Quiznos
    As Quizno's toasted subs emerge slowly from the oven, guests first smell the toasty aroma, followed by a glimpse of artisan bread crisped to a golden brown and cheese bubbling over meats such as all-natural chicken, tender prime rib, and italian meatballs. Next, sandwich-smiths layer on fresh veggies and top culinary creations with pesto, sauces, and premium spreads. The menu's first-rate ingredients form a fleet of classic and signature subs, including the honey-bacon club. Savoury grilled snack flatbreads and flatbread pizzas extend options beyond the standard sub, and vegetable and meat combinations form fresh salads. Customers can stop in for lunch, dash in and out to enjoy a park-bench dinner, or bring their unicycle to juggle their meal home.
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    2729 Arbutus Street
    Vancouver, BC CA
  • Akbar's Own Dining Lounge
    Named after Akbar the Great, who reigned over Mughal in the 16th century, Akbar's Own Dining Lounge has reigned over Vancouver taste buds for 20 years. Using local ingredients, owner and head chef Kan Singh crafts chicken, lamb, seafood, and vegetarian dishes inundated with the herbs and spices that are the backbone of Kashmiri and Mughlai cuisine. "Particularly good are the fiery prawn vindaloo," notes a reviewer for Gayot, "or the more subtle prawn kashmiri, cooked with butter, tomatoes, apples, and cream." While many of the dishes have familiar names––tandoori chicken, palak paneer, vegetable biryani––it’s the kitchen's dedication to freshness and hourly sing-a-longs that make it stand out, leading Vancouver Magazine food critic James Barber to call it "a very different experience from the run-of-the-mill curry houses."
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    1905 Broadway W
    Vancouver, BC CA

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