Get off the beaten path and discover the uniqueness of small country cafés in southwestern BC.
Healthy vegan soft serve and organic, plant-based noodle and smoothie bowls will tempt anyone’s appetite.
South Koreans are dining alone more often but they are doing so with social media companionship.
For anyone interested in foraging, your next healthy meal might just have ingredients from your own back yard.
Move over, wine! The beer is coming. Craft beers are fast becoming a new dinner party companion.
Vancouver’s only First Nations owned and operated restaurant offers traditional dishes made from organic and ethically sourced ingredients.
Popular dishes, drinks, and desserts from China, Taiwan, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Indonesia, and more, all in one restaurant.
Bold and innovative Pan Asian food delights the senses in Vancouver’s new Main Street hot spot.
In the heart of Kitsilano’s Yew Street, a charming taqueria offers fresh flavours at affordable prices.
The owners of Vancouver’s The Acorn are serving imaginative, yet affordable, vegetarian comfort food in a cozy new space.
The next generation of the Nguyen family reinvents their family’s noodle house, the Pho Hoang Vietnamese Restaurant.
A Vancouver couple rescue their friends from the tumult of a restaurant brunch by hosting it in their home.
Vancouver Aquarium’s Ocean Wise program educates and empowers consumers to make sustainable seafood purchasing decisions, easily.
Spicy or sour, vinegary or salty – Kimchi is a Korean vegetable dish that tastes different every time. Try this recipe!
By skillfully showcasing the ocean’s bounty, this dining spot is quickly becoming a Vancouver favourite.
Fresh, locally-sourced ingredients, exotic flavour pairings, and heavenly tempura tempt even the fussiest diner to try more.
Gastown is home to this culinary gem serving authentic South American cuisine of exceptional quality and unique flavours.
The blending of Japanese comfort food and Western cuisine results in an innovative culinary adventure for Vancouver diners.
Raw vegan diets are growing in popularity, and the options are anything but boring. Vancouver blogger Emily von Euw (of This Rawsome Vegan Life) hosts potluck dinners to bring her community of readers together.
The origins of phở (Vietnamese noodle soup) are debated, but according to Lucy Ava Liu, one thing is certain: there’s no better place to grab a bowl than the streets of Vietnam’s capital, Hanoi.
Le Marché St. George, a café located in East Vancouver, offers delicious European fare including crêpes, pastries, and quiches. Also for sale are specialty goods and gifts made by Lower Mainland and Gulf Island artisans.
Vancouver’s food trucks offer a range of delicious options for food on the go, and represent the cuisines of a variety of Pacific Rim nations. We’ve rounded up and reviewed a few of the best.
For Australians, drinking coffee is about more than just the buzz. Australia’s well-developed coffee culture favours high-quality espresso-based drinks, such as the flat white, and the personal nature of small cafés.
With a full menu of dishes from Malaysia, Thailand, and Vietnam, the Union is Vancouver’s one-stop shop for fresh and flavourful Southeast Asian cuisine. Their entrées provide the perfect combination of Eastern and Western flavours.