Located in the heart of Vancouver's Olympic Village, our restaurant serves honest, regional food with local craft beer and premium BC wine on tap. Our beer & wine program is the most innovative draft menu program in the province, comprised of a selection of premium BC products that features custom collaborations with local purveyors. We offer indoor and outdoor seating with breathtaking views of False Creek, Science World, BC Place and Rogers Arena.
Nestled on the border of historic Chinatown, Torafuku invites you to experience simple, yet adventurous interpretations of pan Asian flavours. Explore contemporary dishes crafted with local ingredients sourced from local farms complemented by carefully selected wines, local craft beers, and a fashionable cocktail list.
Diners are encouraged to enjoy innovative, yet affordable shared plates where east meets west, in a dynamic open concept space.
Named after Chef Francisco’s mother, Ophelia will specialize in authentic Mexican cuisine prepared with a refined, elevated approach.“Given my strong connection to Mexican cuisine, we saw an opportunity to take advantage of my knowledge and passion and do something truly unique here in Olympic Village,” Higareda explains. “My mother inspired my love of cooking and it will be a true honour to return to my roots and pay homage to her and my country at Ophelia this spring.”Ophelia will also offer a fully licenced bar serving handcrafted cocktails made with premium tequilas and mezcals, along with local and imported craft beers, and New- and Old-World wines.
Owned and operated by John Crook and his partner Erik Heck, The Flying Pig Olympic Village is referred to as a nouveau Canadian bistro in the community for its fresh, local ingredients and quality food. The restaurant is known for its contemporary Canadian and seafood specials. It has a nice décor comprising of a combination of dark and light colored wooden furniture, along with brick style and white painted walls. The ambiance is casual and welcoming, and customers prefer to have brunch, lunch and dinner here.The Flying Pig Olympic Village has separate menus for dinner, lunch, brunch and happy hour. There is also a wine & beverage list featuring different types of drinks from the restaurant's full bar. The Flying Pig Olympic Village has a private rooms reserved for small gatherings and special events, which can accommodate up to 10-50 people.
Specializing in aburi, or flamed-seared, sushi, the act of applying flame directly and lightly searing sushi enhances the natural flavours and textures of the seafood. Miku owner, Seigo Nakamura, innovated the Aburi concept by crafting specialty sauces using non-traditional Japanese ingredients to pair with each type of fish.Located at the corner of Howe Street and Canada Place WayMichelin RecommendedWinner of Georgia Straight's Golden Plate for Best Japanese Restaurant in VancouverTimeOut's 20 best restaurants in Vancouver to eat in 2022OpenTable's 22 Restaurants That Define Vancouver Dining 2022Executive Chef: Kazuhiro Hayashi
Tucked into the upper story of a delightfully faded building in Chinatown, Kissa Tanto invites you into the little jewel that is the House of Plenty. First we will eat! Such supreme satisfaction we take from the delicate flavours of Japan and the warmth of ltalian cooking and feel it’s right to bring these culinary forces together to do a little dance. Why not? Soul mates are they not with their mutual love of noodles, rice, and proteins in their pure, delicious uncooked form? Think of the cool elegant crudo and cruda, crisp exotic salads, playful pastas, and rich, tender meats that we shall sink our teeth into. And whilst doing so, we will drink! We will wipe the dust off of the My Private Tokyo, inhale the burgundy scent of Barolo, sip tiny glasses of fine sake, and down chilly glasses of beer.
The Victor features a contemporary and seasonally inspired menu. The menu highlights a wide array of Pacific Northwest seafood, a sushi and raw bar, and a wide selection of speciality tiered steaks. Locatedon Parq’s Rooftop, The Victor boasts a vibrant energy that echoes and amplifies the vitality of the city of Vancouver; overlooking False Creek and a 30,000-square foot rooftop urban park. The Victor is a fine-dining destination that evolves into a nightlife destination for locals, hotels guests, and casinoplayers; providing premium libations, cutting edge cocktails, best in class wine cellar, and an extensive selection of champagnes and sparkling wines.
Joe Fortes has been specializing in classic, American cuisine since 1985. The turn-of-the-century inspired dining room features 30-foot high ceilings and six unique dining venues that include our Rooftop Garden. Director of Culinary, Wayne Sych, and Executive Chef, Ryan Green, prepare each dish with a focus on natural flavours and features the finest ingredients from Pacific Northwest farmers, fishermen, and other food artisans. Serving more than 30 kinds of fresh fish, premium oysters and thick chops daily, Joe’s signature dishes have become a favourite with locals, celebrities & tourists alike. Joe’s is known as the best oyster bar in Vancouver and is home to some of North America's best oyster shuckers. Our award winning wine list features over 200 selections from prominent wine regions throughout the world. Enjoy a delicious cocktail at our bar with live piano music nightly or on our seasonal Rooftop Garden (reservable only by calling the restaurant directly).
Located in the vibrant neighbourhood of Yaletown, Minami follows the pioneering footsteps of its sister restaurant, Miku, in delivering the innovative dining experience of Aburi cuisine to Vancouver's thriving food scene. Each piece of sushi is flame-seared using a blowtorch and binchotan (oak charcoal), resulting in sushi with a smoky aroma and a melt-in-your-mouth texture.
Le nouveau restaurant comprend quatre espaces distincts: salle à manger, bar à cocktails, jardin et salon à champagne. Vivez une expérience à l'image du nouveau nord-ouest Pacifique, celui qui a toujours existé mais qui n'attendait qu'à être découvert.