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International
Downtown & West End
10 reviews
Chef David Hawksworth’s menu exhilarates the senses, with ample local color and bold seasonal inspirations. — BlackBook
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Indian
Shaughnessy
9 reviews
Regional cuisines from across India are found at Vij's, which has been serving Vancouver since owner Vikram opened his first location in 1994 — Travel + Leisure
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Seafood
Yaletown & Granville Island
12 reviews
Crisp, modern, and breezy space with regatta-worthy décor, much of it (like the whimsical nori lamps and chandelure) built by Chef Gord Martin’s energetic sous-chefs. — BlackBook
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American
Yaletown & Granville Island
11 reviews
“Exquisite seafood, beautifully plated” draws fans to this still “busy” Yaletown “scene” set in an “elegant and spacious” converted warehouse and offering “the finest and freshest from the sea”. — Zagat
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European
Gastown, East Side & Chinatown
11 reviews
Belgian-inspired and perpetually packed with hip, youngish locals, Chambar has the feel of a Prohibition-era speakeasy. — Concierge
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Asian
Kitsilano & University of British Columbia
9 reviews
This moderately priced Thai menu brings this Asian cuisine to a new level. The bar sends out equally exotic cocktails. — Fodor's
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Diners
Kitsilano & University of British Columbia
10 reviews
Chef Andrea Carlson’s ever-changing menu features house-made cheeses, the freshest seasonal produce, and traditional favorites bursting with glorious flavor. — BlackBook
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International
Gastown, East Side & Chinatown
10 reviews
You can choose your own dining adventure at this charcuterie hideout where patrons pick three items from a rotating selection of meat, cheese and “condiments” – such as almonds or cornichons. — Rough Guide
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Asian
Gastown, East Side & Chinatown
9 reviews
Bao Bei is a beacon of new life in the neon night of Vancouver's Chinatown, thanks to the inspired cuisine of owner Tannis Ling. — Concierge
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European
Gastown, East Side & Chinatown
8 reviews
Highlights from L'Abattoir's seasonal menu have included poached steelhead and crunchy potato salad; snails and pine mushrooms with crispy chicken skin; a twist on surf '˜n'™ turf. — Gayot
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Indian
Kitsilano & University of British Columbia
9 reviews
Cocktails complement the sophisticated flavors at this innovative Indian restaurant. — Gayot
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Seafood
Downtown & West End
7 reviews
A sandstone fireplace divides the lounge area from the restaurant with its raw bar and open kitchen, but you can order from the same menu wherever you sit. — Frommer's
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Japanese
Shaughnessy
9 reviews
Hands-down the best sushi restaurant in Vancouver. — Concierge
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Healthy
Kitsilano & University of British Columbia
6 reviews
Ingredients are delivered fresh daily to Chef David Gunawan, who transforms them into whimsical, delicious dishes, or rather they appear in unexpected cocktails. — Travel + Leisure
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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
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Mediterranean
Yaletown & Granville Island
8 reviews
A fragrant seafood stew, cioppino is the signature dish at this lofty candlelit room. — Fodor's
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European
Downtown & West End
8 reviews
Chefs prepare classic Alsatian-inspired food (such as the signature onion tart) at this long-established downtown restaurant. — Fodor's
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Asian
Gastown, East Side & Chinatown
7 reviews
“Renowned butter beef”, “fantastic” chicken wings and other “cheap” Cambodian-Vietnamese eats satisfy diners who “need a fix” at this “casual”, family-run kitchen in Chinatown. — Zagat
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Japanese
Downtown & West End
7 reviews
Though every Vancouverite has a different (equally strong) opinion about the city’s best sushi-and-Japanese restaurant, the upscale, hip Kingyo gets consistently high marks. — Travel + Leisure
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American
Gastown, East Side & Chinatown
6 reviews
It’s a “nose-to-tail scene” at this “trendy” Gastown “mecca for carnivores” that serves up a “deliciously different” Pacific Northwest menu featuring both familiar and “nontraditional meats”. — Zagat
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