Sushi in Vancouver


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  • Downtown
    A tribute to the neon colour schemes and youth-centric culture of the 1980s, Sunset Burgers fosters the atmosphere of a California-style burger joint with a simple yet meticulously made menu of grilled fare. Opening onto the casual dining room, the gleaming kitchen houses a swirl of activity as chefs shape handmade burgers for the grill and meticulously hand-cut batches of french fries. Eager to please the palates of all diners, Sunset Burgers also offers chicken burgers and meatless veggie burgers, going so far as to toss out buns completely in favour of a lettuce-enveloped patty for those ordering their burger Yaletown style. Diners chow down in a brightly lit dining space where technicolor murals featuring boom boxes and shoulder-padded fashionistas whisk visitors back to the past or last weekend's high-school reunion.
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    550 Nelson Street
    Vancouver, BC CA
  • Zen Japanese Restaurant
    The chefs at Zen Japanese Restaurant serve up Japanese cuisine with West Coast flair. Sushi rolls unite traditional ingredients such as shrimp and tuna with fusion adornments such as honey-dijon sesame sauce and mango chutney. Cooked selections such as new york cut strip steak and tuna paté sizzle in tempura batter or atop a robata grill. One of the first participants in the Vancouver aquarium's Ocean Wise program, Zen also helps customers make ocean-friendly choices by marking sustainably fished seafood dishes with a special logo on its menus. Ocean views both inside the restaurant and on a heated outdoor patio also let them show their love of things marine by waving to wistful mermaids out at sea.
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    2232 Marine Dr.
    West Vancouver, BC CA
  • Oishii Sushi Japanese Restaurant
    Oishii Sushi complements its crimson walls with a colourful smorgasbord of ocean-fresh eel, salmon, and tuna, as well as savoury noodle dishes washed down with Japanese sake and beers. Like the ancient rickety rope bridge that spans the Pacific Ocean, the menu connects Japan with influences from North America, blending traditional maki and sushi rolls with ingredients such as cream cheese and avocado. Conscious and careful of the resources from which it sources its seafood, Oishii Sushi partners with the Vancouver Aquarium through the Ocean Wise program to ensure the long-term sustainability of the marine ecosystem.
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    780 Denman St.
    Vancouver, BC CA
  • Hiro Japan Sushi Xpress
    Boxes of neatly arranged sushi rest in gleaming display cases at Hiro Japan, where customers can pick up a quick meal of steaming noodles or dive into an array of specialty rolls. The eatery emphasizes its healthy ingredients, which include avocado rich in vitamin E, raw fish filled with omega-3 fatty acids, and nori—edible seaweed brimming with iron, iodine, and calcium. Behind the counter, chefs incorporate these nutritious fixings into rolls, Japanese rice bowls, udon soup, and love letters to their cardiologists.
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    142 West Cordova St
    Vancouver, BC CA
  • Wild Rice
    Wild Rice serves up a fresh menu of contemporary Chinese fare, and the locally sourced and sustainably created dishes are served family style. Like a procession of curious and timid puppies, each dish arrives at the table when it is ready, further lubricating watering mouths with suspense and anticipation. Dig into some dim sum by summoning an order of the sloping hill pork and spot prawn siu mai ($6) or the vegetarian-friendly taro and potato croquettes ($6) to the table. Or, share an opinion on the current state of economic affairs and a bowl of hot and sour soup ($5) with a dining companion. Larger shareables range from sticky beef short ribs ($14) to a ling-cod medallion served with a tomato-cumin bath and bacon crisps ($13), as well as more than 10 vegetarian-friendly plates to perk up a withering plant-fed companion.
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    117 West Pender Street
    Vancouver, BC CA
  • Point Zero Lounge
    Point Zero Lounge injects a tongue-boggling array of innovative fillings into the classic sushi design, offering more than 100 artfully assembled rolls. In addition to sushi standbys such as the california roll ($4.25) and chopped-scallop roll ($4.95), patrons can skate their tongues across sushi's outer orbits, with the Happy Eel, which consists of barbecued eel, crab, cream cheese, and masago deep fried in a light tempura ($7.95), or the Miss Piggy roll, made with crispy bacon, scallops, and asparagus ($5.95). Unrotund entrees, such as the lamb skewers with cumin and chili, stabilize a dizzy palate ($5.95).
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    1149 Granville Street
    Vancouver, BC CA

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