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Blue Water Cafe
9
$$$
American
Yaletown & Granville Island
11 reviews
Locals and tourists alike flock to this stylish converted Yaletown warehouse for locally sourced seafood imaginatively prepared by executive chef Frank Pabst. — Concierge
Hawksworth Restaurant
9
$$$
International
Downtown & West End
9 reviews
You'll have to eat here at least four times to experience each uniquely designed dining space. The lustrous Pearl Room, for example, glimmers with a custom chandelier. — Travel + Leisure
Vij's Restaurant
9
$$
Indian
Shaughnessy
8 reviews
Vij's doesn't take reservations, as is apparent by the line outside every night, but patrons huddled under the neon sign don't seem to mind since they're treated to tea and papadums. — Frommer's
Chambar
8
$$$
European
Gastown, East Side & Chinatown
10 reviews
Belgian-inspired and perpetually packed with hip, youngish locals, Chambar has the feel of a Prohibition-era speakeasy. — Concierge
Salt Tasting Room
8
$$
International
Gastown, East Side & Chinatown
10 reviews
Salt is unique and a wonderful place to get a good, fairly inexpensive meal. — Frommer's
Go Fish
8
$
Seafood
Yaletown & Granville Island
11 reviews
Outdoor cafe serving fresh fish and shellfish. Don't be put off by the line-up, people come back for a reason. — Insight Guides
Maenam
8
$$
Asian
Kitsilano & University of British Columbia
8 reviews
Inspired offerings from their latest foray to Southern Thailand include starters of crispy fried oysters and salad with nahm jim sauce. — Gayot
L'Abattoir Restaurant
8
$$$
European
Gastown, East Side & Chinatown
8 reviews
“You'll want to take a picture of every plate” at this “lively” Gastown hangout where the kitchen combines Pacific Northwest ingredients with French style in “fabulous”, “inventive” fare. — Zagat
Bishop's
8
$$$
Diners
Kitsilano & University of British Columbia
9 reviews
The space has only seen success, thanks in part to its affordability and cozy vibe. — Travel + Leisure
YEW seafood + bar
8
$$$
Seafood
Downtown & West End
7 reviews
Freshly reinvented with a mouthwatering raw bar and a focus on seasonal Pacific coastal cuisine. — BlackBook
The Farmer's Apprentice
8
$$$
Healthy
Kitsilano & University of British Columbia
6 reviews
Lots of places lay claim to the local, seasonal vibe, but chef David Gunawan and partner Dara Young mean business — Tasting Table
Vij's Rangoli
8
$$
Indian
Kitsilano & University of British Columbia
8 reviews
Gregarious owner Vikram Vij and wife Meeru are best known for their fabulous, dinner-only, reservations-not-accepted Vij's restaurant. — Concierge
Tojo's Restaurant
8
$$$
Japanese
Shaughnessy
8 reviews
This is the best-known upscale sushi restaurant in Vancouver, and it's been running like a well-oiled machine for 30 years — Condé Nast Traveler
Kingyo
8
$$
Japanese
Downtown & West End
7 reviews
Deep-fried fresh corn with soy butter is deceptively simple, while the yellowtail and avocado carpaccio dressed with garlic chips, wasabi mayo and soy-sesame dressing will have you craving seconds. — Gayot
Joe Fortes Seafood & Chop House
8
$$$
American
Downtown & West End
8 reviews
Surrounded by visiting rock stars, or at least glammed-up American Robson Street shoppers, you'll feel like you just landed in LA. — Time Out
Phnom Penh Restaurant
8
$$
Asian
Gastown, East Side & Chinatown
6 reviews
Putting out gargantuan quantities of utterly addictive deep-fried chicken wings and marinated butter beef that's seared then splashed with lime juice, fish sauce and fried garlic. — Gayot
CinCin Ristorante + Bar
8
$$$
Italian
Downtown & West End
8 reviews
Gold walls, terra-cotta tiles, and a crowd-pleasing modern Italian menu make this Tuscan-inspired restaurant appropriate for a business meal, a romantic tête-à-tête, or a relaxing dinner. — Fodor's
Bao Bei Chinese Brasserie
8
$$
Asian
Gastown, East Side & Chinatown
8 reviews
The jury is still deliberating on this upscale Chinese fusion restaurant that packs in pretty young things — Rough Guide
Cioppino's Mediterranean Grill
8
$$$
Mediterranean
Yaletown & Granville Island
7 reviews
An open kitchen and patio tables add to the appeal, and while you may have to “open the bank vault before you go”, it’s still a “place to see and be seen." — Zagat
Le Crocodile
8
$$$
European
Downtown & West End
7 reviews
Le Crocodile is named for Michelin three-starred Au Crocodile in Strasbourg, France, but the seasonal ingredients such as white asparagus or spot prawns add a soupçon of West Coast. — Frommer's
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