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Vancouver Food is King

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 Vancouver food is fit for a King. Or at least a Duke and Duchess according to the Evening Standard’s 10 Things To Do In Vancouver list prompted by a certain royal visit.

With the majority of the don’t-miss-it list focused on nosh, here’s a look at the Vancouver food that made the grade:

  • Chinatown’s rustic-chic Juniper and their great gin menu featuring the very English’y Wimbledon cocktail made with Pimm’s and the Notting Hill with dreamy rose buds and orange bitters.
  • David Hawksworth’s Nightingale for its 90s playlist, smashing cocktails and small happy-hour plates like Pacific rockfish or fig and gorgonzola.

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  • Vancouver food trucks – high praise from street food obsessed England. Fish tacos from Tacofino and homey grilled cheese and tomato soup at Mom’s Grilled Cheese. Shout out to for food truck news.

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  • Brunch at Café Medina brought on prayers for a London offshoot. Sister spot Chambar‘s short rib fricassee  was “nothing short of genius.”
  • Who doesn’t love Granville Island’s Public Market?  The micro-breweries, unique setting and all of the market stall food offerings. Unsurprisingly, Granville Island-made Endeavour gin from The Liberty Distillery got a special doff of the cap.

vancouver food

vancouver food

  • Delicious Canadian wine and Blue Mountain Pinot Gris in particular.


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