Restaurants for Outdoor Enthusiasts in Vancouver
- 12 reviews
This Pho restaurant is in a standalone brick building that is nothing impressive, but has friendly service and good food. It is part of a chain, with the first two Pho Dalat's in Portland. Sophia, who owns/runs this one, is very friendly and accomodating, adding to the experience. DaLat, being in the central highlands of Vietnam, has a cooler weather ...
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Inconspicuously located in a small strip mall with generic signage of "Sushi Restaurant", Yoshi is a very inexpensive neigborhood Japanese restaurant. Sushi chef/Owner Yoshi comes from a small town of 200 about 30 miles north of Hiroshima and has a great sense of humor if you talk to him. He says after the war Americans helped his Mom with food, ...
- 141 review
Part of Hudson's Lodge, a unique lodge type hotel with nice simple Pacific Northwest influences, but clean and friendly, with a comfortable feel of subdued elegance in a casual atmosphere. Exquisitely prepared comfort food in a classy style without being pretentious. New York Steak pepper encrusted; delicious upscale Pot Roast in large portions, Salmon, seafood specials, etc. Nice presentation. Good ...
- 151 review
Brand new Indian restaurant in a new strip mall, Chutneys is a nice choice for a good meal. If features southern Indian food, since Guru the cook is from Hyderabad, but has a good sampling of popular dishes. This includes tandoori and kebab selections from the north of India that most Americans like; lamb, seafood, chicken and vegetarian dishes, and ...Popular withVegetarian
- 161 review
This is in downtown Vancouver where there aren't a lot of walking distance choices to eat good or ethnic food. So it was a welcome sight. However, despite receiving recognition from the local weekly newspaper as one of the best 7 years ago, and other awards they proudly display (none in the past 5 years), this place was pretty empty. ...