Here at Nuba, we offer authentic, healthy Lebanese cuisine in harmony and rhythm with modern times. We seek out the freshest ingredients—organic and local when available—and handpick them daily. A large portion of our menu is vegan and gluten free. All meats are halal, non-medicated, and hormone free. Our original recipes have been passed down through several generations, and sincerely nurtured. While the cornerstones of the menu remain unchanged for over a century, many recipes have evolved through time and travel into a beautiful balance of traditional and contemporary cuisine.
Kozak Ukrainian Restaurant is your one-stop for authentic Ukrainian cuisine. From our Varenyky homemade pierogies, cabbage rolls and Besarabian peppers as a starter to Chicken Kyiv or Borsch, we have something for everyone. With a wide range of wines, beers and ciders from across the world, you’re sure to find something delicious!
Gastown's popular Water Street is alive with the taste of another era. Meander down the cobbled sidewalk and stumble across a true find, the uniquely situated Al Porto Ristorante. Spacious yet cozy, the room is as distinct as the cuisine that defines the rich flavour, and culture of Italy. Please call the restaurant for parties of 7 or more. 604-683-8376Private rooms and special menus for groups are available.
Opening their first location in the spring of 1984, Helen Babalos & Thomas Makris brought us Anatoli Souvlaki. They had a dream of combining the food of Greece with great service to add some Mediterranean style to the North Vancouver restaurant selection. They opened in the sleepy neighbourhood of lower Lonsdale and lived above the restaurant to ensure the quality and service. They were able to create a North Vancouver staple, a successful thriving restaurant based on faithful patrons and a reputation that has been passed through generations.In 2011, the family-run restaurant was taken over by their
sons Alexi and Iani. In 2015, the brothers, alongside their cousin Daniel Bergman, expanded on
their parent’s dream by opening The Greek in Yaletown, with a focus on mezze-style dining.
Now open in Gastown. The Greek is a reinterpretation of the North Shore's iconic Anatoli Souvlaki.
La Casita in Gastown serves Mexican specialties in a bright, festive location. Stop in for a quick bite at lunch, meet up with the family for dinner, or visit for late-night eats and margaritas. Owner Caz invites you to discover the flavors of traditional Mexican favorites in a restaurant that welcomes everyone. La Casita offers a variety of antojitos for starting the meal, including soups, wings, prawn and fish ceviche, Texas nachos, jalapeno poppers and tostadas. The menu includes insalates and combinaciones, along with platos fuertes like the chimichanga, quesadillas, enchiladas and tacos. La Casita especialidades like the steak tampiquena, fajitas, chile relleno and blackened filete de cod are also favorites. Check out the drink specials for options that include the super margarita, which is perfect for sharing with up to three people.
Since we first opened in 1995, Steamworks has been a favourite of Vancouver locals and visitors alike. Whether you're joining us for lunch, a drink after work, or a group dinner with friends and colleagues, we're honoured to have you with us.Steamworks gets its name from the famous Gastown steam line that runs through our premises. Our onsite brewery uses steam to fire its kettles. The instant heat of steam allows for greater brewing finesse, and most importantly great tasting beer. Whether you're in the mood for a thirst quenching Lions Gate® lager, or a full bodied HeriocaTM Oatmeal Stout, we've got a beer to please your palate.
In the heart of Chinatown a historic storefront conceals the secrets of Sai Woo. We serve Asian Inspired Fusion Cuisine created with Chef’s Han and Takumi’s skills, using fresh local ingredients with surprising, light hearted twists. Diners Choice award on OpenTable with 4.4 stars and a 96% recommendation. Certificate of Excellence on TripAdvisor for third year running. Awarded runner up for Best Interior Design by Vancouver Magazine. Rated #9 out of 3000 Vancouver restaurants by TripAdvisor. Sai Woo is the only restaurant in Vancouver that has been a restaurant for almost 100 years since the original Sai Woo opened in 1925. Bringing you a selection of hand crafted cocktails, local wines and sake’s to complement our unique dining experience.
Earls Kitchen + Bar is a family-owned + operated group of individually-compelling restaurants that features globally-inspired food and drinks shared in a casually sophisticated setting. Available for brunch to dinner to late night, our menu is curated for each location and offers a range of healthy + indulgent options to suit whatever you're in the mood for–including a dedicated plant-based section and a regularly refreshed selection of new dishes to try. Well-loved for our epic Happy Hours and Daily Rituals like Steak Wednesdays and Sushi + Seafood Sundays, Earls has a little something for everyone.Earls Test Kitchen is located at Hornby and Smithe, near landmarks like the Vancouver Art Gallery, Vancouver Law Courts, and Pacific Centre shopping mall. As a guest, you’re one of the first to try our latest culinary and beverage innovations, and you help decide what new items will be added to our menus across North America.
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.