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Our dishes are fresh, unique and modern, rooted in Japanese fine dining traditions with a distinct Pacific Northwest perspective, using the finest seasonal, local and organic ingredients.
We celebrated our 30 year anniversary in October 2018.
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.
Truly a hidden gem!
Tucked away behind Broadway Plaza, is a fascinating restaurant that offers delicious food and great deals on drinks. Sweeping panoramic views of downtown while seated in unique Japanese Tatami rooms or private booths. Featuring an innovative signature menu with items such as the Uni Cream Udon. Kamei on Broadway uses the highest quality seafood selected by our specially trained Japanese chefs. We pride ourselves in using only the freshest ingredients to ensure our customer’s satisfaction.
You want a funky place to hang-out that doesn’t break the bank.
You want a central location to hook-up with friends.
You want to eat smart today and satisfy your deep fried cravings tomorrow.
You want to drink the good wine without paying the good wine prices.
Rogue is fun, fresh and bold.
Rogue is creatively conventional.
Rogue is bling without the attitude.
Rogue is 30 taps of beer and over 20 wine.
Rogue is smack dab in the middle of the West Broadway’s transportation hub and the Cambie Corridor. Getting here is easy...from anywhere. Take the Canada Line, B-line busses, cycle or walk. Whether you’re in Richmond, east van, commercial or broadway, Rogue is your neighbourhood hang-out spot. No matter where you are coming from, Rogue is closer than you think!
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.
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- JJfjdbVancouver / British Columbia •1 review5.0Dined 4 days agoNice small room, good for an intimate chat. Interesting menu.More infoGrapes & SodaPrice: Expensive• Farm-to-table• Fairview•4.7
- OTOpenTable DinervipSeattle / Eastern Washington •2 reviews5.0Dined 7 days agoEvery dish was spectacular and even cauliflower was memorableMore infoFarmer's ApprenticePrice: Expensive• Farm-to-table• Kitsilano•4.7
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- APAndreaPVancouver / British Columbia •2 reviews5.0Dined on Jan 1, 2023Awesome service and great happy hour deals with delicious foodMore infoEarls Kitchen + Bar - Fir Street - VancouverPrice: Expensive• American• South Granville•4.4
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