Last night, I paid a visit to one of the region's newest Indian restaurants.
The latest restaurant concept from local chef J-C Poirier specializes in fare from the land of Carnaval, joual, and Laval.
The restaurant is not, as its website claims, Vancouver’s “one and only Chinese-style contemporary restaurant”.
It’s not reinventing the diner so much as morphing the classic experience into an updated, very Vancouver version of casual dining.
The kitchen in the chillaxed joint is helmed by Chris Whittaker.
Feeding the beast—otherwise known as Vancouver’s insatiable appetite for Japanese cuisine—has not come without its hits and misses.
As its name implies, gin is the thing at Juniper, a newish restaurant and cocktail bar on Chinatown’s Silk Road.
You’d think that the Glowbal Restaurant Group would have things figured out by now. With Glowbal, located at Telus Garden, you’d be right.
Forget student food—Perch Restaurant is ruling the culinary roost at UBC by offering quality dishes at affordable prices.
Despite having a name similar to that of David Chang’s Momofuku (“lucky peach” in Japanese), Torafuku (“lucky tiger”) is wholly original.
Gunawan is making a name for himself by being an ardent supporter of all things local and organic.
There’s a fresh contender for the city’s best new restaurant of 2015.
On a recent rare drizzly Sunday, Food Cart Fest still managed to draw a decent crowd to the Olympic Village.
The Red Truck Beer Company sure knows how to get your attention.
While the food is very good and the space is fresh, a visit won’t blow your mind.
Uwe Boll’s new German restaurant offers Kensington Palace–quality service.
A love of all things local has been one of the greatest trends to take root in the city’s restaurant industry over the last decade—but a new spot in Yaletown is doing things a little differently.
Here’s what I like about Kin Kao: it’s a tiny restaurant that serves good, reasonably priced food and doesn’t make a fuss about it.
There’s always a danger in reviewing a restaurant shortly after it opens.
A trip to Blacktail Restaurant + Lounge may well be an evening of firsts.
Co-owners Fadi Eid and Bakhos Mjalleh serve the kind of cuisine you’d find on the streets and in the homes of Beirut.
Neverland Tea Salon offers classic English high tea with a West Coast vibe. In other words, you’ll get lovely cups and saucers, but you won’t find any pretence.
The West Van shop offers standout European-style sweets as well as lunch treats
Chambar Restaurant may have relocated just next door to its previous spot, but it’s been a big move in other ways.
An arrow on a chalkboard outside Stateside Craft points to the door with the words: “This way to the land of beer dreams”.