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10 New Restaurants In Vancouver You’ll Want To Try

Posted on December 14, 2016

CityMash.com - Vancouver is a haven for all things gastronomical and delicious. Every type of cuisine from every part of the world has a home here in Vancouver. And odds are there will be a line up of hungry Vancouver foodies just waiting to get in! Lucky for us, there’s always a new yummy place in Vancouver to try out.

Check out the ten newest restaurants that Vancouverites can’t wait to snag a table at:

Klaus’s Kaffee Haus

A new spot in the heart of Chinatown, Klaus’s Kaffee Haus is quickly becoming a favourite among patrons for offering authentic Austrian cuisine, delicious coffee and fair prices. Service is the name of the game at this owner-operated shop. So stop by for a cup of joe, tasty strudel and warm interaction with the staff at Klaus’s.

Westcoast Poke

Jumping on one of Vancouver’s new favourite dishes, Westcoast Poke opened their doors on West 8th about a month ago to serve up the best in fresh fish rice bowls. Customers are loving the quality ingredients and exciting flavours found at Westcoast Poke. Add to that superb service, great atmosphere and to die for house made sauces and we’re sold!

Heritage Asian Eatery

Since opening two months ago, Heritage Asian Eatery has been slowly taking over the bao and bowl game in Coal Harbour. Their secret? Traditional Asian flavours made with locally sourced ingredients to put a modern spin on a classic. And people are loving it! Head over to HAE for a quick, cheap and delicious bite on a weekday lunch break.

Passion8 Dessert Cafe

Passion8 Dessert Cafe brings beautiful Korean desserts to Vancouverites who know that you eat with your eyes before your mouth. And Passion8 definitely knows how to deliver when it comes to presentation! Check out their famous Bingsoo (Korean shaved ice dessert with assorted flavours and toppings) or something more traditional but with an Asian twist like matcha cheesecake.

Good Earth Coffee House

The word has gotten out about the quality ingredients, delicious drinks and functional interior at Good Earth Coffee House. And even better than the smooth lattes and homemade peach tarts is Good Earth’s commitment to keeping our earth good. They invest in organic, fair trade coffee, compost their cups and beans, and support community giving.

Breakfast Table

It’s probably no surprise to hear that after being opened only two months, Breakfast Table already has a line up out the door for their weekend brunch. What can we say? Us Vancouverites love our brunch spots! And we certainly love the delicious food at Breakfast Table. With great service and Asian fusion menu items, we’ll happily take our place in line.

Olive and Ruby Cafe

Named for their two daughters, Olive and Ruby Cafe is all about keeping it simple, healthy and authentic. They focus on food, juice and coffee in an atmosphere where all are welcome. Quality ingredients, family run and a beautiful setting in the trendy Kits neighbourhood – what more could we ask for?

The Arbor

Vegetarian comfort food has found a new home at The Arbor, that only opened its doors to Vancouverites a few days ago. Already, early patrons are raving about the comfortable atmosphere, menu that easily caters to dietary restrictions, and, of course, the delicious food. We recommend the broccoli popcorn, neat-balls (not meatballs) and fun cocktails!

The Workshop Vegetarian Cafe

Vegetarian, Japanese and ramen noodles – three things Vancouverites cannot get enough of! And that’s exactly what you’ll find at The Workshop Vegetarian Cafe. The Workshop proudly serves delicious veg-friendly rice and noodle bowls. The highest compliments? Even the meat eaters are flocking to The Workshop for the best new ramen in town!

Firecrust Neapolitan Pizzeria

If you’re looking for authentic Italian pizza in Vancouver, look no farther than Firecrust Neapolitan Pizzeria. Bonus? If you’re feeling creative you can even customize your own pizza by picking your sauce, cheese and as many toppings as you can eat. Bringing it back to what pizza is supposed to be, Firecrust offers authentic Italian food at a reasonable price.

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