Help!!! --- Vancouver --- Coal Harbour & English Bay Area +++++
Last June we 2 Adults a first visit were staying in Burnaby, thanks for replies! Some we will still check out from previous post. Last visit, very nice Mexican in Bellingham USA at Mi Mexico, the recommended Alvin Garden for Hunan Cuisine so perfect, can I give more than 100%!!!, and a driving lunch find was Day's Thai Cuisine on Canada Way. And... of course a few miserable stops as needed!!!
Help!!! My request for the week coming, last week of April and first days of May!!! We will have a vehicle, may go to Whistler, the Capislano Bridge, and any areas you may suggest.
Will be staying in the between area of Coal Harbour and English Bay, so with a car can get around. Noticed in that area Denman Street which may offer some dining possibilities!!!
So, basically, my request finally is to ask for where might we dine to enjoy and do so somewhat inexpensively. On this trip, 2 teenage girls about 13, need to be catered to us 2 adults, or 4 adults if we're available!
Your replies with regard to our very variable food requirements as to any ethnic cuisine are A OK, the quality and actual low pricing will be so helpful, combine with where these 2 young females might like to visit as school children!
I am late in this posting, please forgive, not enough time these weeks!!! Thanks so very much!!!
4850 Imperial St, Burnaby, BC V5J, CA
That are is the center of Japanese and Korean food in Vancouver. So I suggest an izakaya or two (I would suggest a crawl to 4 drinking age adults). Izakaya: Guu with Garlic, Kingyo, Zakkushi, Hapa Izakaya. Norboo for homestyle Korean. Gyoza King for gyoza. Santuoka (assuming it ha re-opened after a sprinkler disaster), Benkei, Motomachi Shokodu, Kintaro for Ramen,
838 Thurlow St, Vancouver, BC V6E1W2, CA
871 Denman St, Vancouver, BC V6G2L9, CA
1479 Robson St, Vancouver, BC V6G1C1, CA
1508 Robson St, Vancouver, BC V6G1C2, CA
called santouka today says should be open next week,
norboo is really reasonable prices and open late. :-D
i like toratatsu izakaya. try the cheese tofu (don't tell the kids its tofu, bet they will love it more like panna cotta than tofu)and risotto in hot bowl.... though not child friendly