let me help you find the best food in vancouver… it’s a tough job, but somebody’s gotta do it and i’m happy to be the ‘chosen one’! february was a very social month full of outings with girlfriends, my boyfriend and business meals; proudly and happily, i scratched three “must try” vancouver spots off my ever growing list.
these are my favourite foodie finds for the month. if you’re planning a visit to vancouver, i HIGHLY recommend trying these restaurants, and if you live in vancouver, lucky you!
this place is a vancouver institution, and my boyfriend took me for valentines day. i was so impressed and enjoyed everything we ordered. the octopus chips are a must try, but unfortunately, my camera wasn’t able to get a decent shot in the dim light (#foodieproblems). natasha henstridge and her date were at the next table, so i guess this place must be special; apparently she’s a regular here!
this spot holds one of my favourite dishes in vancouver. you must go for the truffle cream spaghetti with the kobe meatballs. the pasta platter was a treat at lunch shared between a few of us.
this is a great spot in gastown (there’s other locations throughout vancouver, too). with the neighbourhood feel and the modern yet comfortable atmosphere, you must try the carrot cake (dare i say “the best i’ve ever had”) – the coffee is also unbelievable.
this spot has been in my rotation since august of last year when they hosted my 30th birthday party. i would say i’m somewhat of a regular at this french style bistro, and the lamb shank with risotto was a pleasure to eat.
often, i shy away from chain restaurants, but during a business lunch, i tried these two swoon worthy dishes. their menu had a recent re-design by celeb chef rob feenie and let me tell you, i’m very impressed with the improvements!
to call this pizza is almost unrepresentative of what it is. the flavours are clear and fresh; this must be the closest to authentic neapolitan pizza you’ll find in the western hemisphere. the ceasar salad was equally delicious.
this is a spot i’ve been dying to try since it opened. it’s received fierce critical acclaim, and these two dishes lived up to it. the mixtures of textures and flavours were done to pure perfection at this modern french style restaurant.
it’s a cafe to enjoy a great coffee and erin ireland’s ‘it’s to die for banana bread’ but when i tried the flatbread at lunch with a friend, i was delighted.
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