Restaurants in Victoria

Burrito Meal for Two or Four or C$5 for C$10 Worth of Fast Mexican Food at Taco Time Victoria

Taco Time Victoria

Multiple Locations

C$24.46 C$12

Quesadillas encase chicken and seasoned ground beef, and daily-made ingredients burrow into hand-rolled burritos at quick Mexican eatery

C$10.99 for Any Two Small Sub Sandwiches, Drinks, and Chips or Cookies at Quiznos (C$18.34 Value)

Quiznos

Victoria West

C$18.34 C$10.99

Meats, cheeses, and vegetables piled on gourmet sandwiches or rolled into wraps crisp and melt when toasted in an oven or on a grill

C$12 for a Friday- or Saturday-Night Comedy Show for Two at Hecklers Bar & Grill (C$24 Value)

Hecklers Bar & Grill

Burnside

C$24 C$12

(132)

Comedians who have appeared on HBO, Just for Laughs & more grace the stage, while audiences munch honey-bourbon or chipotle-barbecue wings

C$18 for C$35 Worth of Mezes, Pizza, and Celiac-Friendly Greek Cuisine at The Olive Grove

The Olive Grove

Victoria

C$35 C$18

Marinated bone-in lamb, fresh calamari, pizzas, and a full celiac-friendly menu served in a homey dining room or on a sunny patio

C$11 for C$20 Worth of Breakfast and Lunch at The Village

The Village

Royal Oak

C$20 C$11

(29)

Chefs craft sustainably harvested and local ingredients into breakfast and lunch treats, from challah french toast to Montreal-style brisket

C$15 for a Café Meal for Two with Soups and Sandwiches or Salads at The Hot and Cold Cafe (Up to C$32 value)

The Hot and Cold Cafe

Fairfield

C$32 C$15

Soups, salads, and sandwiches are crafted from scratch using local produce and meats

Select Local Merchants

In addition to sumptuous tapas and gourmet pizzas, Lido Waterfront Bistro offers guests a panoramic view of the ocean and an outdoor deck with abundant sunshine and a dock for boats. Chefs prepare plates of cheeses and charcuterie, local Dungeness crab cakes, gourmet sandwiches, and an array of scratch made soups. Live music often serenades patrons as they sip organic coffee, regional beers on tap and local wines.

1234 Wharf Street
Victoria,
BC
CA

Powered by the sustainable bounty of local producers, La Piola crafts seasonal menus of rustic Italian dishes brimming with freshness and authentic flavour. Current offerings are neatly printed on paper and colourfully scrawled on chalkboards for the convenience of diners and the withering penmanship critiques of schoolmarms. Galvanize the gastronomical gala with an antipasti plate presenting house-cured salamis, house-pickled veggies, cheese, and crostino ($12, add $5/person for multiplates). The stagionale pizza, meanwhile, lays free-range vegetables to sleep on pillows of steamy crust ($14). The kitchen makes its pastas on-site with eggs from chickens born, bred, and educated locally, and the restaurant's products are imported straight from Italy, providing the base for such dishes as the carbonara ($12) and puttanesca ($11). Drink options afford wines ($8+/glass) and local bottled beers ($4.95+) for toasting friends or roasting derelict crossing guards. Diners can enjoy all tastes on La Piola's outdoor brick patio.

3197 Quadra St
Victoria,
BC
CA

A&W Restaurant, one of the largest burger chains in Canada, has been trapping burgers between buns and filling cups with creamy root beer for generations of famished families. Choose from a brood of belly-busting burgers, such as the Papa Burger, leading the pack with two beef patties (a $4.92 value). The Baby Burger induces burger purists to shed a single tear upon seeing the simple beef patty on a bun salaciously adorned with nothing but A&W seasoning and a dollop of ketchup (a $1.89 value). The beefy Uncle Burger (a $5.70 value, $0.50 extra for cheese) bogarts all the mouth room, sprawling its sirloin patty and lettuce-tomato-onion suit all over tongue sofas. Round out a meaty meal with a medium order of crisp fries (a $2.79 value) and a medium soda (a $2.34 value).

1644 Hillside Ave
Victoria,
BC
CA

New owners, family run, pizza place with housemade sauces and meats & gourmet pizza as well as the best gluten free pizza in town!!

1885 Fort St
Victoria,
BC
CA

A&W Restaurant, one of the largest burger chains in Canada, has been trapping burgers between buns and filling cups with creamy root beer for generations of famished families. Choose from a brood of belly-busting burgers, such as the Papa Burger, leading the pack with two beef patties (a $4.92 value). The Baby Burger induces burger purists to shed a single tear upon seeing the simple beef patty on a bun salaciously adorned with nothing but A&W seasoning and a dollop of ketchup (a $1.89 value). The beefy Uncle Burger (a $5.70 value, $0.50 extra for cheese) bogarts all the mouth room, sprawling its sirloin patty and lettuce-tomato-onion suit all over tongue sofas. Round out a meaty meal with a medium order of crisp fries (a $2.79 value) and a medium soda (a $2.34 value).

3667 Shelbourne St
Victoria,
BC
CA

La Fiesta Café was reviewed on food blog Eating Victoria. Five Yelpers give it an average of four stars and 89% of Urbanspooners recommend it.

1594 Fairfield Rd
Victoria,
BC
CA