Vancouver is an incredibly diverse and multicultural city and this uniqueness is clearly displayed in the food that is offered in restaurants. But Vancouver’s food scene might be a well-kept secret to many.
Vancouver is not a big city but gives the impression that it is. It is rather a lot of high-rise buildings that are crammed in a small space, with as many restaurants as buildings. Choosing someplace to eat can be very difficult. It will help a lot if a few pointers in the right restaurant direction are given.
Here are a few pointers to finding a good restaurant.
Seafood: Seafood being a traditional staple food of Vancouver, you will find nothing but the best at these restaurants. The local restaurant “Boulevard” raked in quite a few awards.
Canadian: These restaurants will serve diners local dishes and local wine, using local recipes. At Edible Canada, you will be served a Canadian meal in a room that feels like a cozy cabin.
Japanese: Another great restaurant is Tojos where Chef Tojo invented the California Roll in Vancouver.
Comfort Food: Parsnip fries, seasonal dinners with mussels, and pork belly bites can be seen as comfort food in Vancouver. These meals are served at many restaurants.
These are only a few of the restaurants that will offer their patrons excellent food, wine, and ambiance. The list of good, better, and best restaurants in Vancouver is extensive, and to visit them all might not be possible. However, when you try the Vancouver Foodie Tours, you can maybe sample the food of half of them.