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Dining, Vancouver  

Multicultural Vancouver has a vast array of great restaurants and eateries throughout the city to suit every taste and budget. A great cross-section of what’s available in this culinary wonderland are highlighted on this page. 


Nando’s Davie & Howe

The Nando’s restaurant experience is a unique combination of warm Portuguese hospitality, hot flame-grilled chicken and, of course, the famous PERi-PERi flavour. Minha casa e sua casa, or in English, our home is your home, and you, your family and friends will always enjoy a warm welcome at Nando’s. 828 Davie Street, 604.687.1217 

http://www.nandos.ca/restaurants/davie-howe 

 

 

 

 


Forage

Casual, comfortable and affordable, Chef Chris Whittaker’s Forage celebrates all things BC. Forage loves working to create community. Whether it’s a West End cause or part of the burgeoning movement committed to farm to table fare, Forage is there.

1300 Robson Street, Vancouver, BC,  V6E 1C5 604.661.1400  www.foragevancouver.com   

 
 

 

 

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Samurai Japanese

Vancouver offers some of the best sushi this side of Tokyo. Samurai is a small, family owned and operated shop offering huge portions of home-style Japanese fare and the largest sushi we have ever seen, at unbelievable prices. Situated in the heart of the Davie Village. 1108 Davie Street. 604.609.0078 http://www.samuraisushi.ca/ 

 

 


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Takis’ Taverna 

This family-owned Greek Restaurant on Davie Street offers all of your favourite Greek specialties, served up in a comfortable, Greek-themed décor, by attentive, friendly staff. 1106 Davie Street, 604.682.1336  www.takistaverna.com 

  

  


Sai WooSai Woo

Fresh and delicious internationally inspired Chinese food served up in a styish modern room. Check out Happy Hour for Dim Sum daily, and sample one of their fabulous cocktails.

158 E Pender St, Vancouver, BC, V6A 1T3 

(604) 568-1117,  www.saiwoo.ca   

 


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De Dutch Downtown

Originally started as a Dutch Pannekoek House in 1975, De Dutch now has 23 restaurants, with more on the way and a diverse menu that offers something for everyone. The popular West End location is on Lower Robson Street and is packed every year as the Pride Parade goes by.

1-1725 Robson St. 604.687.7065 or 60-1055 Canada Place, 604.647.7530 dedutch.com 
 

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Fountainhead Pub

Located centrally in Davie Village with a large outdoor street level, heated patio, pool table, video monitors and off sales beer and wine. This upscale pub offers a relaxed atmosphere, with diverse clientele, good food at reasonable prices, friendly attentive staff and great people watching. 1025 Davie Street. No Cover. www.thefountainheadpub.com 604.687.2222 

 


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The Junction

Enjoy daytime and early evening cocktails with a full pub menu while lounging on the expansive outdoor patio, then head inside for some of the hottest nightclub action in town. Weekly shows feature Vancouver’s top female impersonators and popular DJs spin nightly with state-of-the-Art sound and lighting until 3 a.m. 1138 Davie Street 604.669.2013  http://www.junctionpub.com/ 

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