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When it comes to comfort food in Vancouver, look no further than Vera's Burger Shack. On the menu are classic Basic Burgers such as The Vera Burger and even The Organic Burger or try a specialty such as The Pawer Burger with a fried egg in the middle or The Doug Special with features a double patty, fried onions and chili. Kiddies come by just as often to sample specials on their menu and Vera's also offers quality hotdogs. So the next time you're looking for something classic and good to bite into, try Vera's!
Forget the usual geometrics, Trilussa offers 2 foot (60.96 centimeters ) long pizzas topped with delectable toppings of Soppressata Salami and Mozzarella on the Abruzzo, potatoes, pesto and pecorino on the Capri and Tomato, basil and mozzarella on their Vegetarian Margherita. Classic flavors on freshly made dough that is finished in the oven till just about right makes this places one of the best for pizzas in the city. Also try out the traditional Pane Roma, a type of bread, baked fresh everyday. The coffee is straight out of Italy with specialties that include Trilussa Crema. So for a wonderful Italian meal while in the city, Trilussa is a must.
Lin Chinese Cuisine & Tea House offers the essentials in classic Chinese cuisine directed by Master Chef Ru Lin Zhang. Using methods that are traditional yet combining ingredients that are local, Chef Zhang produces meals that are packed with flavors. This great place that is known for its varied hot and cold plates is also easy on the wallet and makes for a great option for group dining. The traditional teas offers only add to the character of the restaurant. So if looking for great Asian in the city, do try out Lin's.
Enticing aroma of fresh, baked pizzas welcome you to the small and unassuming Pizzeria Farina in Downtown. Walk in, settle down at its communal table and munch on the delightful range of pizzas on offer. Its small but tempting menu includes the local favorites like Funghi and Finocchiona pizzas. However, you can also opt for other range of pizzas like Margherita, Quattro Formaggi and Marinara, all of which are appeasing to the taste buds. Call ahead or visit their website to know more.
Known for the nightly live music and flowing libations, the Cottage Bistro on Main Street is a hip and happening joint. Flocked with dark wooden tables with tea lights, and rich red walls with sepia toned photographs of music legends, bands and artists rock out all night long. Tasty upscale pub grub served here means you can spend the whole evening here, from cocktail hour, dinner to a night cap.
The Dirty Apron is a good choice in Gastown for a simple yet romantic meal. With elaborate choices of breakfast, lunch boxes and savory sandwiches, their menu impresses the discerning foodie quite well. Stand-out sandwich options are Roast Beef, Crab & Shrimp, Confit Albacore Tuna and Smoked Ham. Cookies and brownies from the dessert menu are also something to relish at this charming cafe. Check website for more information.
Guu Garden is a traditional Japanese restaurant that was started in late 2009. Among other Guu's in Vancouver this one is the only Guu that serves Kanto-Daki Oden and Miso Oden. It has four typical courses - Sake, Ume, Take and Matsu, along with separate lunch, dinner and drinks menu. If you are a burger lover, you will just adore their Kobe rice burger served as a lunch special along with battered green beans, miso soup, shrimp-avocado salad and fish balls. Enjoy!
Head to Bestie, if you are craving for some delicious German food. This restaurant pampers your palate with street-food from Germany in a casual setting. Their menu features dishes like Pretzel and Mustard, Cheese Fries, Currywurst and crafted sausages and the dishes have gained popularity due to their unique taste. You can pair your meal with beer and wine varieties offered on their beverage list. Bestie's elegant interiors and friendly and efficient service make this a great spot to drop by for a quick lunch.
The folks at Hubbub Sandwich take you through the process of creating just the perfect sandwich that starts of with freshly baked baguette, house special garlic sauce, lettuce, jalapenos, cilantro and caramelized onions. To that awesome base, select from choicest protein options that include turkey sausage, chicken breast or even prawn. Sides with a kick include chips, slaw or quinoa salad and to wash it all down draft beers are available along with wines. So if hunting for the best sandwich in Vancouver, look no further than Hubbub's.
Making a sandwich is more than just slapping a slab of meat between the bread. It's an art and Meat & Bread seemed to have mastered it. Their menu features scrumptious sandwich choices like porchetta, grilled-cheese and meatball, among others. There are tasty sides like soups and salads too and you can have their lip-smacking bacon maple ice-cream sandwich for dessert. In case you want to accompany your sandwich with a drink or two, they even have beer, wine and ciders. The Porchetta here is famous around town, so that's a must-try!
Have you ever eaten a hot-dog with Korean Kimchi in it? Sounds impossible, right? But Japadog serves you just that and many more such interesting combinations. Japadog is a food-stand located in Downtown Vancouver and it's easy to find them with their bright red colored umbrellas. Extremely popular around town, their hot-dogs are loved by everyone, from on-the-move workers to lazy shoppers. The interesting menu offers a variety of Japanese dishes, all ready to be served in hot-dog buns. This downtown stand features variations like Terimayo, Negimiso, Edamame and other Japanese specials. Do try them, you'll won't regret it!
When the vision of the chef is to combine locally sourced ingredients with sustainable produce to end up with the best flavors possible, you know praise will simply follow. Chef Jim Romer created Romer’s Burger Bar to give to the public in Vancouver a wake up call when it comes to their favorite sliders. With a menu that highlights Kobe beef and amber ale cheddar and brioche buns, this place offers a burger that worth all the money. So for a more gourmet take of a beef patty in a bun, try Romer’s Burger Bar.