Top thing to eat in vancouver

THE TOP EATS in VANCOUVER

From IG-approved flower-shaped pasta at a Venice-style wine bar, to duck liver parfait honey crullers at a buzzy chef’s low-key spot, here’s where to eat in Canada’s thriving food hub

Miku is a Japanese restaurant in Vancouver that specializes in sushi. The aburi sushi is a type of sushi that is grilled or broiled, and it is the signature dish of the restaurant. The aburi sushi is made with fresh fish, and it is served with a variety of sauces and spices.

Vancouver is known for it’s delicious sushi, and the aburi sushi from miku is the best of the best.

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Take a trip to an excellent Parisian bistro by way of the city’s beachside Kitsilano neighborhood, where up-and-comer chef Dan McGee and team are whipping up French standards with B.C.’s finest produce. The stunning custom-made bar comes from France, and even the serving staff are mostly French, although with the happy addition of Canadian manners. With buttery croissants in the morning, gooey croque-monsieur at lunch, and juicy entrecôte-Frites with a mouthwatering crisp char at dinner, anytime is a good time for Au Comptoir.

  • 2278 W 4th Ave, Vancouver, BC V6K 1N8, Canada
  • (604) 569-2278
  • Visit Website
A dish at Au Comptoir Photo: Au Comptoir

Au Comptoir

Take a trip to an excellent Parisian bistro by way of the city’s beachside Kitsilano neighborhood, where up-and-comer chef Dan McGee and team are whipping up French standards with B.C.’s finest produce. The stunning custom-made bar comes from France, and even the serving staff are mostly French, although with the happy addition of Canadian manners. With buttery croissants in the morning, gooey croque-monsieur at lunch, and juicy entrecôte-frites with a mouthwatering crisp char at dinner, anytime is a good time for Au Comptoir.

  • 2278 W 4th Ave, Vancouver, BC V6K 1N8, Canada
  • (604) 569-2278
  • Visit Website
A dish at Au Comptoir Photo: Au Comptoir