Metro Vancouver boasts over 7000 restaurants including some of the best Chinese restaurants in the world.
A growing phenomenon in downtown Vancouver, is the addition of food carts scattered throughout the downtown area. The longstanding JapaDog carts have commanded lunch hour lineups for years but more recently, the city has decided to license a substantial number of new food cart vendors. There are many fantastic new offerings on the streets of Vancouver — Tacofino, KaboomBox, Fresh Local Wild, and Re-Up BBQ. Street carts are a great place to grab a quick bite while you are sightseeing. Friendly on the wallet, many of the food offerings are extremely tasty and well prepared. A visiting food critic from the UK was quoted in the Guardian describing Vancouver street food as the best in the world and Canada's top chef recently gave a high rating to many of the offerings.
Keep in mind that most Shopping Centres listed on our site have a food court. Many have one or more stand alone restaurants as well.
Quickly find the best Vancouver restaurants within a 5 minute walk of any of the following SkyTrain Stations
Below you'll find the top rated Vancouver restaurants less than a 5 minute walk from a SkyTrain station. Click on any station to see maps, ratings and reviews of the best restaurants that are within easy walking distance.
Vancouver Culinary Tours
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Explore Vancouver’s dirtiest Prohibition-era secrets. From mobsters and rum runners to corrupt politicians, this historical walking tour winds through Gastown’s most historic streets and alleyways – and most illicit stories.
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Saunter through Downtown Vancouver of the 1920s and 1930s to discover the riveting stories (Glamour! Intrigue! Deceit!) behind the city’s best Art Deco architecture, all while sampling decadent delicacies from the finest chocolatiers in town.
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It's no secret that Vancouver's off-duty chefs love to shop for themselves and choose from the freshest local and exotic fruits, vegetables, seafoods, and meats. Chinatown is where they go!. This is a 3.5-hour culinary and cultural walking tour of the colourful & historic Vancouver Chinatown District,.Our knowledgable guides will showcase a beautiful Classical Chinese Garden, historic Chinatown landmarks, then explore the exotic food, cookware, pastry, tea and herbal medicine shops. A delicious dim sum lunch is also a part of this unique, small-group tour.
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Discover one of Vancouver's top attractions on this 2-hour, food walking tour. On the aptly named 'A Wok Around Granville Island Public Market Tour,' sip, savor, taste, and enjoy a deliciously entertaining and informative culinary experience. Bring a hearty appetite and sample some of the freshest and most unique food items this famed market has to offer.
From: $103.95 CAD...May vary slightly due to currency fluctuations
The Legendary Gastown Food tour takes you through the cobbled stone streets of Vancouver’s oldest neighbourhood. Enjoy local craft beer, Japanese Kar-age style chicken, freshly made Sicilian Tortellini with local wine, tasty pork and potato croquette, crispy sweet & chili cauliflower, organic smooth soft ice cream, creamy awarding winning cheesecake and delicious lemon bars. On this 2.5 hour walking food tour, you will be lead by an improv comedy actor who will share the fascinating and funny little-known stories about Vancouver and its “Wild West” history that dates back 150 years.
From: $93.45 CAD...May vary slightly due to currency fluctuations
Get the full Italian experience in one of Vancouver’s most diverse and colorful neighborhoods, The Drive. From Naples-certified pizza to freshly baked cannoli, this 2.5-hour tour takes you on a tasting adventure with mouthwatering surprises waiting for you at each of the 8 stops. Sample paninis, pizza, pasta, Italian meats, cheeses, and several desserts such as cannoli and gelato. End the tour people-watching with an Italian cappuccino to complete the experience. You’ll be led by a passionate local who will share tips and stories about the area, and introduce you to the interesting people behind the scenes. From savory to sweet, if you are a fan of Italian food you will love the “Little Italy Food Tour”.