Welcome to Bin 4 Burger Lounge - South Granville location!Serving up gourmet burgers, our plates feature international flavours and local ingredients. From our Greek isles-inspired burger to the red-hot spiciness of The Angry Bull, there’s a burger for every palate. Dive into our hand made onion rings or fresh cut fries, paired with our famous house made aiolis. Wash it down with a local libation, from craft beer to local wine. Our burgers are about what goes on, beside, and down with them.
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.
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.
Our food consists of thoughtfully prepared recipes that will take you on a culinary journey along the ancient Silk route.As evening descends upon the vibrant city of Vancouver, Chai Lounge comes to life like the courts of the eastern Raja's. Imagine a warm, dreamy and visually arresting venue where global sounds cascade the room over the din of lively conversations. Spicy scents waft from the kitchen followed by an abundance of delicious trans-himalayan cuisine.Chai Lounge is our landmark location. There is no place like it in Vancouver,and visitors from near and far marvel at the ornate carpets, ceiling mandala's, and the nature-inspired furnishings. The large central stage features a rotating line-up of world class musicians and dancers. We ask for a small patronage fee of $3 per person which goes to support all the live local music at East is East. Because we are very busy we hold tables for 2 hours. We look forward to serving you.
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.
Zarak by Afghan Kitchen is an elevated Afghan dining destination with an innovative bar program. A narrative of hope and humility, passion for the tradition and history of Afghanistan, refined dishes, not straying away from the integrity of mum's recipes. **Kindly note that we leave lots of tables open for walk-in for brunch service**We accept online bookings for 1 -6 guests. To book a party larger than 6 guests, please call the restaurant at 604-318-3456 or email firstname.lastname@example.orgThank you, and we can't wait to meet you soon.
Tap & Barrel Bridges merges Bridges’ legacy with Tap & Barrel’s philosophies, bringing the best of both to this iconic location on Granville Island.Enjoy some of the best views in Vancouver from our two-story restaurant with large waterfront patios. Our menu features next level comfort food with the addition of Bridges classics that have been reinvented with a Tap & Barrel twist.
Oddfish is a Seafood and Vegetable focused restaurant. Ethically sourced and high quality ingredients
are what you will find here with the focus being on the food - not the fuss. In regard to the wine list -
approachable and interesting with a great price point is our goal.
The atmosphere is casual and fun. We are a neighbourhood restaurant that others from outside the
neighbourhood come to for that welcoming atmosphere.
We are the same people who created Nook and Tavola restaurants.
A stunning combination of great food and a magical panoramic view. Together they make us famous. - **Window tables are non-reservable and are on a first come, first serve basis with reservations taking priority**- *There's a minimum requirement of 1 main course per person to be sat on our revolving portion of the dining room*- **A credit card is required for all bookings and an 18% gratuity will be added to reservations of 6 persons or more**Happy Hour daily from 3pm-5pm!! (Dinner service unavailable during this time, tables must leave by 5pm)