Chef J.C. Poirier brings a taste of Quebec to Vancouver with his newest restaurant, St. Lawrence.
At this restaurant, Japanese ingredients and philosophies overlay a base of classical French techniques, and are served with simple grace.
With, literally, hundreds of sushi restaurants to choose from, it can be a challenge to distinguish the exceptional from the rest—let this this selection of Vancouver’s best sushi restaurants guide your palate.
Chef J.C. Poirier returns to his Quebecois roots with a new Railtown restaurant.
Helmed by executive chef Hector Laguna, Botanist presents seasonal Pacific Northwestern ingredients with respect and sophistication.
“We’re trying to not take ourselves too seriously,” says co-owner Eryn Dorman of Latab’s whimsical air. Yet that’s only as far as the décor is concerned; the food is seriously good.
Rustic and sophisticated with a powerful team behind it, one imagines Osteria Savio Volpe will be the toast of the neighbourhood for a very long time.
When food trucks turned the culinary tide in the 2000s, Portland’s weren’t the only moveable feasts on the West Coast garnering serious buzz—Tofino’s Tacofino did, too.