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food restaurants vancouver bc
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With a wide selection of award-winning restaurants for every meal of the day, believe the hype when we tell you Vancouver’s culinary scene really has it all. Be it for brunch, lunch our dinner, here are three restaurants you really shouldn’t miss on your next trip to Vancouver…
 
Feel Right at Home During Brunch 
Located on West Cordova Street, Tuc Craft Kitchen’s elegant, rustic fare aims makes you feel like you're dining with friends and family. Try the ever-popular Crispy Chicken & Waffles made with free run chicken, savoury waffles, maple syrup and chilli ginger sauce, or the signature Spam & Eggs with Tuc 'Spam', poached eggs, fried green tomatoes and pickled onions with a parmesan cheese and bacon biscuit. If you want to treat yourself, make sure to pair your breakfast with Tuc's classic mimosa, unique signature avocado margarita, or the Loose Mousse with a ginger cookie crust, lime custard, and coconut.

A Sophisticated Lunch 
Coquille Fine Seafood offers a sophisticated spin on the classic fish house in Vancouver's historic Gastown neighbourhood. Taste the best of what Vancouver’s land and sea have to offer at this Carrall Street eatery, with Coquille’s hot and cold plates, salads, sandwiches and crudos, seafood platters, and freshly shucked oysters from the East and West Coast. Indulge in favourites like the spicy marinated octopus with 'nduja and parsley on sourdough, or the Fritto Misto, a tasty mix of fried seafood, fennel, and aioli. Top it all off with a delicious chocolate and olive oil cake with whipped mascarpone mousse and partner it all with a local craft beer or house-made cocktail.

Multicultural Mouth-Waterers for Dinner
At Silk Lounge, a new Indian and French lounge and restaurant just steps away from Gastown's iconic Steam Clock, all dishes are created from scratch in-house with an emphasis on local and organic ingredients. Dig into Silk's Butter Chicken Pasta, made with chicken tikka and a traditional creamy tomato butter chicken base with house-made fettuccine—their semolina is grain milled in house! Other highlights include locally sourced Tandoori Halibut and vegan and gluten-free friendly dishes like Ratatouille or Jalapenos stuffed with cashews, walnuts, spinach, and Guajillo peppers with a house made Rancttera sauce. Treat your taste buds at 132 Powell Street.
 
If you’re a galloping gourmet in search of a hotel for your next foodie getaway, check out the Hampton Inn & Suites by Hilton Downtown Vancouver. This stylish accommodation option is located in one of the city’s best shopping and entertainment districts, so you’ll be surrounded by award-winning restaurants, boutiques and trendy music venues.
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