Be Vancouver Staff Writer
5 more restaurants in Vancouver for you to try this week!
We love our food and restaurant lists, and it's not going to stop anytime soon!
We're visiting different restaurants, food trucks, joints, and spots all across Vancouver and the Lower Mainland to share what's around for you to try! (and for us to eat, too)
Here's this week's five awesome food spots for your next food trip!
Looking for delicious Italian food, and some amazing pizza? Sopra Sotto is home to some of the best pizza in town; it's as if Nonna cooked the food!
From a beautiful dine-in experience, delicious food, great drinks, to an energetic and vibrant team, this should be your next go-to spot with your significant other, best friends, etc.
Honey Salt in Parq Vancouver is a great date spot, place to talk shop with the buddies, girls night, and more.
It's a great vibe in there thanks to their team, beautifully-designed interior and seating, and energy. But, the main attraction is the food and drinks, and they do an amazing job. We'd say their burgers are one of the hidden gems in all of the Lower Mainland.
Come in for brunch, lunch, and/or dinner; they're great for everything.
There's a reason they call them crack wings.
Okay, this is an opinion, but we stand strongly by it: Phnom Penh is home to some of the best, IF NOT THE BEST, chicken wings in all of Vancouver.
There's a reason there are massive lineups and crazy reservations for this place. People travel just for the Cambodian and Vietnamese goods this restaurant has to offer. The best chicken wings (oh, the butter beef is super good, too) are right in our backyard!
MAHONY & SONS PUBLIC HOUSE
Imagine: dinner, drinks, and a beautiful view.
Mahony & Sons has two beautiful locations: the Burrard Landing over looking the water at the Convention Centre, and the Stamps Landing overlooking False Creek.
Delicious pub food that does the job and a little bit more... it's a perfect hangout spot for you and your friends.
Hapa Izakaya is the definition of fun, casual premium dining.
Izayaka stands for "a type of Japanese bar in which a variety of small, typically inexpensive, dishes and snacks are served to accompany the alcoholic drinks."
They do it to perfection with a delicious selection of Japanese tapas ranging from sushi, tataki platters, rice and noodle courses, to drinks... They're the perfect restaurant if you're looking for a great night out.